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SEASON 1916-1917 



SYMPHONY SOCIETY 



OF NEW YORK 

WALTER DAMROSCH, Conductor 




FIFTY CONCERTS IN NEW YORK TRANS-CONTINENTAL SPRING TOUR 

TOURS EFREM Z1MBALIST, Soloist 

Dec. 4 to 13 inc., Jan. 8 to 18 inc., Feb. 5 to 14 inc. Beginning March 19, 1917 

MANAGEMENT: GEORGE ENGLES, AEOLIAN HALL. NEW YORK 



ALBERT 



SPALDING 



Violinist 




"Mr. Spalding is today in the front rank of the 
world's violinists." New York Tribune. 

"The names Kreisler, Spalding, Ysaye and Elman 
belong together." Detroit Free Press. 

"The audience was compelled to sit and marvel at the 
exquisite performance of this youthful violinist. Phila- 
delphia Item. 

STEINWAY PIANO 

Aeolian Hall, New York 



GEO. E. BROWN 

Business Manager 



ANDRE BENOIST 

Accompanist 



Mr. and Mrs. DAVID MANNES 

Recitals for Violin and Piano 




"Rare artists in rare programs." 
"An ensemble of soul and mind." 

Season 1916-17 Now Booking 
Haensel & Jones, Aeolian Hall, New York 

Stelnway Piano Used 



OLIVE KLINE 

Soprano 




"Miss Kline is in every way a mag- 
nificent artist." Minneapolis Tribune. 

Management 

WOLFSOHN MUSICAL BUREAU 
1 West 34th Street New York 



MELANIE KURT 

Dramatic Soprano 
Metropolitan Opera Company 




METROPOLITAN MUSICAL BUREAU 
Aeolian Hall, New York 

(Established with the approval of the 
Metropolitan Opera Company) 




ALBERTO 
BIMBONI 

Musical director and 
Coach for Italian 
Opera and Recitals 

DIRECTOR OF THE GIRL 

OF THE GOLDEN WEST 

TOUR IN 1911-12 

Chorus Master Ham- 
merstein Opera Company 
and Century Opera Com- 
pany, 1913-14. 

A ddress 

316 W. 95th Street 
New York 



JULIA HEINRICH 

Soprano 

Metropolitan Opera Company 

Available for 
CONCERTS 




Season, 1916-17 

Management 

Antonia Sawyer, Inc. 

Aeolian Hall 

New York 



GERTRUDE F. COWEN 

Announces the following 
list of artists under 
her exclusive management 

MRS. EDWARD MACDOWELL, 

MacDowell Recital Programs 

MARIE SUNDELIUS, Soprano, 

Metropolitan Opera Company 

MARGUERITE DUNLAP, Contralto 
IRMA SEYDEL, Violinist 
GEORGE RASELY, Tenor 
MARION GREEN, Basso-Cantante 

HAVRAH (W. L.) HUBBARD 

Assisted by 

CLAUDE GOTTHELF, Pianist 
in their inimitable "Operalogue" Programs 



For terms and dates address 
1451 Broadway New York 



FLORENCE MACBETH 

Prima Donna Coloratura Soprano 




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ROBIN LEGGE in London Daily Telegraph : 

"In many years we have not heard a voice that has 
throughout its whole extent, the same warmth of tone, the 
same astounding roundness, the same absolute accuracy of 
pitch, and the same beautiful quality from its lowest notes 
to its topmost heights." 
H. E. KREHBIEL in New York Tribune: 

"She disclosed also a bright, fresh voice, true in inton- 
ation, and a considerable skill and finish in vocalization." 
GLENN DILLARD GUNN in Chicago Tribune: 

"Miss Macbeth has a voice of flute-like purity, and 
despite her youth, she knows how to use it. The tone is 
warm, full of admirable carrying power. Her song is 
grateful in its ease and astonishing in its flexibility. 

Personal Representative 

DANIEL MAYER 



tOOS Times Building 
New York City 



Chatham Hotise, George Street, 
Hanover Square, London 



YEATMAN 
GRIFFITH 




Teacher of 

FLORENCE MACBETH 
Prima Donna Coloratura 

and other prominent artists 
and teachers 

318 West 82d Street, New York 

Telephone, Schuyler 8537 



CAROLINE MIHR-HARDY 

Dramatic Soprano 

Concert : : Oratorio 
Recital 



SOLOIST MARBLE 
COLLEGIATE CHURCH 

29th ST. AND FIFTH AVENUE 



Pupils thoroughly prepared for Opera, 
Oratorio, Concert and Lieder Singing 

Address 

309 West 86th Street 
New York 

Telephone, 8280 Schuyler 



VERA 

BARSTOW 

Brilliant American Violinist 



Management 

M. H. HANSON 

437 Fifth Avenue 
New York 



MARGUERITE MELVILLE 



Second American Tour 
1916-17 Now Booking 



(Liszniewska) 



Address, WOLFSOHN MUSICAL BUREAU, 1 West 34th St., New York 

STEIN WAY PIANO 




CAROLYN 



SOLO PIANIST and DIRECTOR of the 




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NEW YORK CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY 

(Piano, String Quintet, Woodwind Choir) 
NOW BOOKING IN ENSEMBLE OR IN ANY COMBINATION 

MESSRS. ANDRE TOURRET, CORDUAN, LIFSCHEY, 
ROENTGEN, MANOLY, LANGENUS, DE BUSSCHER, 
KINCAID, UGO SAVOLINI, FRANZEL, WHITCOMB 

For Terms, Dates and Details Address: 
SECRETARY OF CAROLYN BEEBE 

Steinway & Sons, New York or Hotel Wellington, New York 



FLORENCE PARR GERE 

Pianist-Composer 

"My Garden," "My Song," "Romance," 
' "The Birth of Green/' "I Am 
the Wind," etc. 

Among the artists who sing Mrs. Gere's 

songs are Johanna Gadski, Maggie Teyte, 

Inez Barbour and Charlotte Lund 

Piano Compositions 
Played By Distinguished Soloists 

(See New York City Chapter) 



MARCIA VAN DRESSER 

Soprano 



Second Season 1916-1917 
Chicago Grand Opera Co. 



Concerts 



Festivals 



Recitals 



Address 

Exclusive Management 

ANNIE FRIEDBERG 

1425 Broadway, New York 



REGINA 

HASSLER-FOX 

Contralto 




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Management 

TALI ESEN MORGAN 
Times Building 
New York 




Alice 

Sovereign 

Mezzo 
Soprano-Contralto 

Recently from operatic 
engagements in Italy 

Pupil of Vincenzo Lom- 
bard! and Mme. Sembrich 

321 West 94th Street 
New York City 




Telephone 
Vanderbilt 773 



Cable Address 
Hinshaw. New York 



WILLIAM 

WADE 
HINSHAW 

Baritone 



Address 

10 East, 43d Street 
New York 



Personal Representative 
AVERY STRAKOSCH 



CECILE M. BEHRENS 

Concert Pianist 




Solo Ensemble Instruction 

Assistant to the Late 
DR. WILLIAM MASON 

Pianist with the 

ALEXANDER SASLAVSKY QUARTETTE 
(Management Haensel & Jones) 

Address: 158 West 81st Street, New York City 

Telephone, 4860 Schuyler 



DOSTAL 

The Brilliant A merican Tenor 




Alone or With 
His Own Concert Company 

Exclusive Management 03 

Tali Esen Morgan Concert Bureau 

Times Building, Broadway and 42d Street 

New York 
Telephone, Bryant 4944 



GRANBERRY PIANO SCHOOL 

v-*AT-nkTT^/-*TT^ TUTATT AVTUATTAW NT V 



POUCH MANSION, BROOKLYN 
DEPARTMENTS 



LECTURES 



CARNEGIE HALL, MANHATTAN, N. Y. 

Scientific Foundation Work 

Sight Playing and Ensemble for All Grade 

Harmony Counterpoint Composition 

Teachers' Training 

Concert Preparation and Recital Playing 

Interpretation Recitals 

Methods of Teaching, Demonstrated 

Formal and Harmonic Analysis 

History of Music 

Development of the Orchestra 



THE FAELTEN SYSTEM 

WRITE TO THE SECRETARY, CARNEGIE HALL, FOR BOOKLETS 



CRANE NORMAL 
INSTITUTE<7/~MUSIC 

In connection with the State Normal 
and Training School. Makes a spe- 
cialty of fitting Teachers and Super- 
visors of Music for Public School 
Work. Also prepares for Church Sing- 
ing or the Concert Stage. Graduates 
hold important positions in leading 
Public and Private institutions of learn- 
ing and have made signal success in 
the musical profession. 

Catalogue on application 

POTSDAM, NEW YORK 



MARCEL CHARLIER 

French Conductor 
Chicago Grand Opera Company 

Voice Training 
Coaching in French and Italian Opera 

Studio 

612 Fine Arts Building 
Chicago, 111. 

Residence: Congress Hotel Chicago 



JOSEPH 
REGNEAS 

Vocal Instructor 



Address 



135 West 80th Street 
New York City 



SHERVVOOD NE^A/KIRK 




Teacher of Singing 

Special Attention 
to Tone Production 



1425 Broadway 

Metropolitan Opera House Bldg. 

New York 

Mail address: 11 Morgan 
Ave., Norwalk, Conn. 



Mrs. Hampton P. Howell 

Teacher of Singing 

Voice Building 
Repertoire 

39 East 27th Street, New York 
Tel. 9129 Madison Square 



WINTON & LIVINGSTON, inc. 

CONCERT MANAGEMENT 
Announce for the 1916-1917 Season 



Numerically, a small list ; one, 
however, that has been se- 
lected with infinite care by 
the management and one 
wherein each individual 
artist represents the 
embodiment of every- 
thing requisite for 
pre-eminence in 
their chosen fields. 
Artists who have 
repeatedly 
proven t h ei r 
value and 
who never 
fail to win 
success. 




JENNY DUFAU 

Prima Donna 
Coloratura Soprano 




We should be pleased to 
furnish copies of the press 
notices received by Lester 
Donahue, William Wheel- 
er, and Adelaide Fischer 
after their respective 
New York recitals on 
October 23rd, No- 
vember 2nd and 
November 17th. 
Kindly write for 
these and for 
further parti- 
culars regard- 
ing any of 
the artists. 




LESTER DONAHUE 
Pianist 



WILLIAM WHEELER 
Tenor 












ELSIE BAKER 
Contralto 



ADELAIDE FISCHER 
Soprano 



ASTRID YDEN 
Harpist 



Address All Communications, AEOLIAN HALL, NEW YORK 



CHARLOTTE LUND 

Soprano 




CONCERT, RECITAL 
ORATORIO 

Western Tour Beginning October 
31st, Iowa State University 

M Hiiagenient : 

J. B. POXn LYCEUM BUREAU 
One Madison Avenue, N. Y. 

New York Studio: 
257 West 86th St., N. Y. 

Telephone: Schuyler 5910 



Edith Chapman Goold 

Soprano 

Oratorio 
Recitals 
Concerts 

Personal Address: 226 W. 78th St., New York 





Octave 

Blanchard 

Coloratura 
Lyric Soprano 

CONCERT 
RECITAL 

AJJreu 

HOTEL ENDICOTT 

Columbus Ave. & 81st St. 

New York 




GEORGE 

HARRIS, Jr. 

Tenor 

Oratorio 
Recitals 
Concerts 

Exclusive Direction 

MUSICIANS' CONCERT 

MANAGEMENT, Inc. 

Aeolian Hall. New York 



THEODORE 

SPIERING 

The Renowned Violinist 

Available Entire Season 1916-1917 

Management 

ALMA VOEDISCH 

1425 Broadway, New York 



MARION BAUER 



Composer of 

Only of Thee and Me, 

Star Trysts, 

The Linnet Is Tuning 

Her Flute, 
Over the Hills, 
Phillis, 
Light, etc. 

Address 

251 West 95th Street 
New York City 




ADELE KRUEGER 

'Dramatic Soprano 



Address 

35 West 81st Street 
New York City 





MARIAN 

VERYL 

Soprano 

Opera : : Concert 
Recital 

Costume Recitals 
a Specialty 

Exclusive Management 

A. FRIEDBERG 

1425 Broadway 

Metropolitan 
Opera House 

New York 



MAE HOTZ 

Soprano 




For Terms and Dates, Address 

DAVID DUBINSKY 

1925 Chestnut Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 






CHRISTINE MILLER 

America's Foremost Concert Contralto 




N. y. Tribune, H. E. KREHBIEL, November 24, 1915: 

"She sang with beautiful voice and an ever increasing 
sincerity of manner, gave real pleasure, and excited genu- 
ine admiration for her art. Miss Miller has the requisite 
emotional and vocal material. 

Management, HAENSEL & JONES 
Aeolian Hall, New York 



WILLIAM S. 



BRADY 



ARTISTS WHO HAVE STUDIED 
WITH MR. BRADY, INCLUDE 

MIRIAM ARDINI, Soprano 

in Opera in Boston and various Italian Cities 

KATE CONDON, Contralto 

Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company 

MAURICE COWEN, Baritone 

Cantor Newark Temple 

And Other Well Known 
Singers and Teachers 



Studio 

154 West 72nd Street 
New York 

Telephone: 1311 Columbus 



ANTONIA SAWYER, INC. 

AEOLIAN HALL 
33 West 42nd Street 
New York City 

Presents the following Distinguished Musi- 
cal Artists who will be available for Concerts, 
Musicales, "At Homes," etc., during the com- 
ing season. 

JULIA CULP, Mezzo Soprano 
MARGARETE OBER, Contralto 

Metropolitan Opera House 
JULIA HEINRICH, Soprano 

Metropolitan Opera House 
ELEANOR PAINTER, Soprano 
NELDA HEWITT STEVENS, 

Dramatic Soprano 
BEATRICE HARRISON, 'Cellist 
JENNY LARSON, Soprano 
GILDEROY SCOTT, Contralto 
PAQUITA MADRIGUERA, 

Spanish Pianist 

KATHARINE DAYTON, Diseuse 
PERCY GRAINGER, Pianist 
LOUIS GRAVEURE, Baritone 
VERNON STILES, Tenor 
SAMUEL GARDNER, Violinist 



CARL DUFFT 

Basso 
VOCAL INSTRUCTION 



142 Claremont Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
New York Studio: Room 810, Carnegie Hall 



Telephone, Circle 321 




DAVID BISPHAM 

Instruction in Singing 
and Dramatic Recitation 



44 WEST FORTY-FOURTH STREET 



NEW YORK 



MARGARET CHAPMAN 

Mezzo-Soprano 
RECITALS :: FESTIVALS 

Ten Years' Experience Abroad 

Representative and pupil of 

Giovanni Sbriglia and 

Emil Bourgeois 

(Chef d'Orchestra Opera Comique, 
Paris) 

A Few Pupils Accepted 

Resident Studio: 

HOTEL WELLINGTON 

Personal Representative 

s. E. MCMILLAN 

WITH LOUDON CHARLTON 
Carnegie Hall, N.Y. 




JULIA ALLEN, Prima Donna Soprano 

Amsterdam (Holland) 
A Ig em e en Handelblad : 
"To the great art of sing- 
ing of Mile. Julia Allen, 
were we indebted for the 
real musical pleasure of 
the evening. The aria of 
Rosina, the Proch varia- 
tions and 'Lakme* aria 
earned for her a great 
ovation." 

New York Press: "Miss 
Julia Allen was a 'Tra- 
viata' joy. AH the vocal 
honors went to her." 

Available for Opera, 
Concert, Recital 

Will Accept a Few Talented Pupils 

Personal Address: 325 W. 93d St., New York City 
Personal Representative, HOMER SULLIVAN, Whitney Pt., N. Y. 




LOUISE HARPER SWEET 

Pianist and Teacher 

(Pupil of Leschetizky) 

Address: 612 West 115th Street 
New York 



Miltonella Beardsley 

(Pupil of Joseffy) 

Special Programs for Clubs and Schools 

Address 

Room 306, Tilden Bldg., 105 W. 40th St., N. Y. 



LILLIE MACHIN 

Vocal Teacher 

Certificated Pupil of Luigi Vannuccini, Florence, Italy 

1203 Carnegie Studios 

56th Street and 7th Avenue 

New York 



A. BUZZI-PECCIA 

Teacher of the Art of Singing 
Teacher of ALMA GLUCK 

Studio 

33 West 67th Street 
New York City 



MME. HACKETT 

Importer 

DRESS AND HABIT MAKER 
Exclusive and Original Models, Materials and Ideas 

411 Clermont Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cable Address: Zahrine, Brooklyn 



Matja Von Niessen-Stone 

Mezzo-Contralto 

Concert :: Recital :: Instruction 

Address 
151 West 72nd Street, New York 



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LEON ROTHIER 




^he Great 
French Basso 

Metropolitan 
Opera Company 

Available for Concerts. 

Talented Pupils 

Accepted. 

Residence 

47 EAST 58th STREET 
NEW YORK CITY 



VERA 

CURTIS 

Soprano 

Metropolitan Opera Co. 

Recital 
Concert 
Oratorio 

For Terms and Dates 
Apply to 

Haensel & Jones 

Aeolian Hall, N. Y. City 




WALTER 
HENRY 



ROTHWELL 



Conductor 

CIVIC ORCHESTRA 
OF NEW YORK 

Coaching in Operatic and Concert Repertory, 
Composition, Orchestration, Score Read- 
ing and Technique of Conducting. 

Address: THE ROCKFALL APARTMENTS 

Broadway and lllth Street 

New York City 




FRIDA 

BENNECHE 

The American Coloratura 

Formerly with Hamburg 

Opera 

German Folk Songs 

Victor Talking Machine 

Bach and Handel Tour 

with orchestra through 

Sweden and Denmarlc 

Management 

Antonia Sawyer 

Aeolian Hall, N. Y. 

Personal Address 

HOTEL WELLINGTON 

New York 



PHILIP SPOONER 

Popular American 



MINNA KAUFMANN 

.Soprano 





Management 

F. O. RENARD 

216 West 70th Street 
New York 

Personal Address: 205 West 57th Street 
New York 

Telephone: 6510 Columbus 



Special Recitals for Clubs and Colleges 

PUPILS ACCEPTED 
LEHMANN METHOD 

Studio: 601 Carnegie Hall 
New York 



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Teaching a Language is not a Business but an Art 

The human voice is a musical instrument, requiring immediate correction of 
mistakes, especially in pronunciation, which correction can be accomplished 
only by native teachers, carefully prepared, using only their native tongue; 
this is successfully done by 

THE BERLITZ METHOD 

The only practical and fascinating system able to engender enthusiasm 

and assure progress 

Lessons in the Berlits Schools are not lectures, but conversations, 
entirely in the foreign language, in which both students and 
teachers take active part, even from the very first hour. 

TRIAL LESSONS FREE CATALOGUE MAILED UPON REQUEST 

The Berlitz School of Languages 

28-30 West 34th Street, Between Fifth Avenue and Broadway 

Telephone, Greeley 3574 

Brooklyn Branch, 218 Livingston Street 

Washington, Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston, Baltimore, Orange, Pittsburgh, Havana, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, 
Sao Paolo, Montevideo, Rosario, Paris, London, Rome, Berlin, Vienna, Petrograd, Madrid, Constantinople, etc., etc. 



Over 300 Branches. Pupils traveling may transfer the value of their unfinished terms of lessons from one Berlitz 
School to any other without additional charge. 




SOPHIE 
TUCKER 

Singing 
Comedienne 

Management 

MAX HART 

New York 



THE 



(Ertetfltt 



810-14 CARNEGIE HALL 
NEW YORK CITY 

JAMES O. BOONE. Manager 

CONCERT DIRECTION 

Artists for Church, Concert, Opera, Oratorio, 
Recitals, Private Musicals, Clubs, Etc. 




PATRICK 

CON WAY 

AND HIS 

BAND 

"Highest of all 
in public favor." 

Chicago Tribune. 

219 West 46th Street 
New York 




MARION 

LONDON 

Lyric 
Soprano 

Management 

R. E. JOHNSTON 

1451 Broadway 

New York City 



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The 



Kneisel Quartet 

FRANZ KNEISEL 
HANS LETZ 
LOUIS SVECENSKI 
WILLEM WILLEKE 



MISS HELEN LOVE, Secretary 
1 West 34th Street, New York 



HORATIO 

CONNELL 

Bass-Baritone 

Soloist leading musical 
organizations of America 

Management 

Haensel & Jones 

Aeolian Hall 

New York 




OSCAR SEAGLE 

Baritone 




Concert Direction 

FLORENCE L. PEASE 

1 West 34th Street 

New York City 

(For Personal Address, see Neu 1 York Telephone 
Directory) 



MME. 

KATE ROLLA 



TEACHER of CRAIG CAMPBELL 
and Other Artists 




Unexcelled teacher of the scientifical- 
ly correct method of pure voice pro- 
duction and refined interpretation. 

251 West 81st Street 
New York City 

Telephone: 3960 Schuyler 



"Consummate Art, Sheer Beauty of Vocalism" 
Emilie Frances Bauer 

The Distinguished Tenor 

CRAIG CAMPBELL 



N. Y. Tribune. H. 
E. KREHBIL: "Intel- 
ligent, knows the 
meaning of song, and 
hits the ability and 
means of reaching the 
emotions of his audi- 
ence. His Franz, 
Brahms and Schu- 
mann songs were sung 
with the instinct of 
an artist." 

N. Y. Morning Sun, 
W. J. HENDERSON: 
"Mr. Campbell sings 
with much finish of 
style and with great 
elegance." 

N. Y. Evening 
World, SYLVESTER 
RAWLING: "His French 
group recalled the 
singing of that in- 
comparable little 
French tenor, Edmond 
Clement, so exquisitely he rendered each song." 

Recitals :: Oratorio :: Concerts 




Direction 
Payson Graham 



New York City 
251 West 81st Street 



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PHILIPP MITTELL 

Teacher of Violin 

Formerly head of Violin Department at Princeton 
University. 

Van Dyke Studios, 939 Eighth Avenue 
New York 



The Misses Patterson Home 

For Young Ladies Studying Music or Art 

Elizabeth Kelso Patterson 

School of Singing 
257 W. 104th St. (West End Ave.), N. Y. City 

'Phone: River 8101 




Lucille Folsom 

Concert Harpist 

Solo Harpist, Church of the 
Beloved Disciple, N. Y. 

Soloist :: Ensemble 

Teacher 
HOTEL WELLINGTON 

55th STREET AND SEVENTH AVE. 
NEW YORK CITY 



ALBERT ROSS PARSONS 

Students Qualified as 
Concert Pianists and Teachers 

Steinway Hall 
109 East 14th Street, New York City 

No connection with any school or conservatory 



ODETTE LE FONTENAY 

Soprano Metropolitan Opera Company 

PHILIPPE COUDERT 

Authorized Teacher of 

JEAN DE RESKE'S METHOD 
1696 Broadway New York 




CALVIN COXE 

Mr. Coxe sang with understand- 
ing, good control of voice, simplicity 
and charm. Musical America, April. 
1916. 

473 W. 158th Street, Apt. 62, 
N. Y. C. 

Telephone: Audubon 3980 



Florence McMILLAN 

Accompanist : Coach 

Refers to Leo Slezak, Margarete Matzenauer, Louise 
Homer, Yvonne de Treville, etc. 

161 West 76th Street, New York City 

Telephone: Schuyler 4388 



Percy Rector Stephens 

Voice Teacher 

Studios 

47 West Seventy-second Street 
New York 




GILBERTE 

Tenor : Composer 

"Moonlight-Starlight" Waltz Song 

(High and Medium) 

"Two Roses," "A Valentine," "Spring 

Serenade" 

Address: Hotel Marie- Antoin- 
ette, New York 




Vladimir Dubinsky 

'Cellist and Pedagog 

SOLOIST WITH PHILADELPHIA, NEW 
YORK AND MINNEAPOLIS SYM- 
PHONY ORCHESTRAS 

Residence-Studio 
547 W. 147th St., New York 

Telephone : 3970 Audubon 




Grace M. Hofheimer 

Concert Pianist : Teacher 

"Miss Hofheimer's work was dis- 
tinguished by fine technic and deli- 
cate sympathy." Musical America. 

Studio : 
114 W. 72nd St., New York 



Emma W. Hodkinson 



Concert 



Soprano 
Oratorio 



Instruction 



Normal Voice Production 



Studio 28, Metropolitan Opera House 
1425 Broadway, New York 



FLORENCE E. GALE 

Concert Pianist and Teacher 

LESCHETIZKY METHOD 
Studio: 140 West 69th Street, New York 

Telephone: 3996 Columbus 

Available for Concerts and Musicales 




Henrietta Speke-Seeley 

Soprano Lecture Recitals 

Teacher of Singing (Cappiani Method) 
Studio : 

Metropolitan Opera House Bldg. 
1425 Broadway, New York City 
Residence, 2184 Bathgate Avenue 



Lilian Brechemin Gillespie 

Soprano 
Teacher of Singing 

Studio: 28 West 83d Street, New York City 

'Phone: 3649 Schuyler 



MRS. CARL ALVES 

Rudiments of Tone Placing to Artistic Finish 

C. WALDEMAR ALVES, Assistant 
OPERA :: CONCERT :: ORATORIO 

48 W. 90th Street, New York 

Telephone: Riverside 5228 



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MARY JORDAN 

Contralto 




"One of the Great Artists" 
Exclusive Management 

FOSTER & DAVID 

500 Fifth Avenue 
New York 



DR. WILLIAM C. CARL 

Concert Organist 




Director of the 

GUILMANT ORGAN SCHOOL 

Students Aided in Securing Positions 
Twenty-five now in prominent New 
York Churches 
175 Public Recitals Given in New York 

Send for Catalogue 
Address: 44 West 12th Street, New York 



ELEANORE 

COCHRAN 

America's Greatest 
Dramatic Soprano 



Frances Pelton-Jones 



Harpsichordist 



Personal Representatives : 

E. McLELLAN 
33 West 67th Street, New York City 

MARK BYRON, Jr. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 




"Miss Pelton-Jones is the only American to achieve 
fame on the harpsichord, and her mastery of the quaint 
instrument is not only complete but a revelation." Syra- 
cuse Journal. 

"Wonderfully fine and sympathetic revealing the old 
masters in their true light." New York World. 

Address Hotel EndiCOtt 
Columbus Avenue and 81st Street, New York 



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The American Institute of Applied Music 

(METROPOLITAN COLLEGE OF MUSIC! 



identi 



ee W n^ei' C^ory' Mason ^ ^T^ 

-J^^flB. L organ lUrvSfer 

Send for Circulars and Catalogue_ KATE S. CHITTENDEN. Dean 



AMY 



ELLERMAN 



Contralto 



"Miss Ellerman's fine voice and her pleasing personality made a 
decidedly favorable impression." Musical America, April, 1916. 

Management: Foster & David, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York City 

JEAN PAUL KURSTEINEK 

TEACHER :: COMPOSER :: AUTHOR 
Piano :: Composition :: Theory :: Harmony 

Expert in all technical matters 
Composer of "Invocation to Eros," "Morning," 




Salutation of the Dawn 

Three Religious Dramatic Songs: Supplication, 

"Hope." "Deliverance 



Assistant and Personal Kepresenta- 
tive in America to 

Robert Teichmuller, Leipzig 

Piano and vocal compositions used by prominent artists 

and teachers throughout the country, as personal 

letters will show. 

Studios : 

2508 Broadway, New York 
Ogontz School for Young Ladies, Phila., Pa. 



"An artist of distinctive superiority" 

Margaret Anderton 

Pianist 

(Also Harpsichordist) 

Organizer of 

UNIQUE CO-ARTIST CONCERTS 

preceded by Program notes 
by this Artist and Writer 




E. PRESSON MILLER 
Teacher of Singing 

Studio 

826 Carnegie Hall 
New York 



CORDELIA 

SMISSAERT 

Concert Pianist 
INSTRUCTIO N 



Studio 

WOLFE HALL 
Denver, Colo. 




LIMITED NUMBER PUPILS 

ALSO LECTURES 
She is the Authoress of 
MUSIC DREAMS 

Word-pictures of Piano Music as given in her 
"Musicales Intime" 

CARNEGIE HALL, NEW YORK 

Circle 1350 



Harriet Foster 

Contralto 

235 West 102d Street 
New York City 

Telephone : 6400 River 




ALICE 




Kraft- Baroni 

e Prima Donna Coloratura Soprano 
Repertoire Opera in Italian 

French and German 

Pupil Vannuccini and Lombardi 

A Few Pupils Accepted 

602 W. 139th St., N. Y. 

'Phone: 797 Audubon 



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SUE HARVARD So P no 

Oratorio :: Recitals 

Soloist with: New York Symphony; New 
York Philharmonic; Philadelphia Symphony; 
Cincinnati Symphony, Pittsburgh Festival 
Orchestra. Carl Bernthaler, Conductor 
Wassily Leps Festival Orchestra. 

Address Artist direct 
Kine Edward Apartments. Bayard Street 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 



NEVADA 

VAN DER VEER 

Mezzo-Contralto 
ORATORIO :: CONCERTS 



REED 

MI L LER 

'Cenor 
:: RECITALS 



Individual and jointly 
Management: Loudon Charlton, Carnegie Hall New York 




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(New York World) 



In Recital 
NEW YORK 

November 9th. 

CHICAGO 

April 4th. 

Soloist 

BALTIMORE 
ORATORIO 
SOCIETY 

AND WITH OTHER 
ORGAN I Z ATIONS 
OF PRO MINENCE 



ARTHUR 

HERSCHMANN 

HAS A POLISHED METHOD 

(New York Herald) 

EXCELLENT DICTION 

(New York Evening Post) 

FINE VOCAL MEANS 

(New York Stoats Zeitung) 

SPIZZI & CAMPANARI, Managers 

220 West 42nd Street 
Personal Address, 140 W. 82nd St., New York 




Frank LaForge 




Retreat 

Longing 

Love's Sympathy 

I Came With a Song 

Before the Crucifix 

The Coyote 



Composer - Pianist 



5 years with Mme. 
Sembrich, two 
seasons with Mme. 
Alda. Certified 
pupil (4 years) of 
Leschetizky. 

Coaching and 
Piano 



COMPOSER 

To a Messenger 

To a Violet 

To One Afar 

Serenade 

My Love and I 

Like the Rosebud 



Come Unto These Yellow Sands 
Address 

Metropolitan Opera House 

Broadway Studios 

1425 Broadway New York 



Edna Anna Wheeler 

Harpiste 




OSCAR SAENGER 

Teacher of Singing 



Available for 

Concerts 

Recitals 

Musicales 

and 

Weddings 

Pupils 
Accepted 



Studio with the 

Rudolph Wurlitzer Company 
329 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Telephone: Harrison 1892 

Residence: 6730 Ridgeland Avenue 
Chicago, 111. 

Telephone: Hyde Park 8864 




Teacher of Famous Opera and 
Concert Singers 

From th'e rudiments of tone 
placing to artistic finishing for 
Opera, Concert and Oratorio. 

Studio: 6 East 81st Street, New York 

Telephone: Lenox 687 



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New Yorkers, not excluding Pav- 
lowa, Genee, Isadora Duncan or 
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woman is the most original, the 
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Exclusive Direction 

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Aeolian Hall, New York 

Western Associate, James E. Devoe 

Dime Bank Building 

Detroit, Mich. 




CORNELIUS VAN VLIET 

THE DUTCH 'CELLIST 

Recitals :: Concerts 




Dr. Leopold Schmid, Berliner Tageblatt, Berlin. Germany: 
"He has a beauty of tone possessed by few, and his 
performance displays thorough and artistic musicianship." 
Eloy de Stoecklin, Paris (France) Courier: 

"This yo'ivig virtuoso proved himself a rare artist, 
a finished musician and 'cellist, producing a tone at 
once sonorous and mellow. 
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something for the spreading of genuine art appreciation 
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2641 Girard Avenue, So., Minneapolis, Minn. 



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Official Photographer 

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BELLE 



GODSHALK 

Popular Lyric Soprano 



(See Bethlehem, Pa.) 



THADDEUS RICH 

Violinist 

CONCERTMASTER PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA 

Concerts Recitals Rich Quartet Pupils 

Dean, Temple University, College of Music 

Rich, Kindler, Hamman Trio 

Residence, 5210 Drexel Road, Wynnefield, Pa. 




DAVID GRIFFIN 

Baritone 

Management 

THE PHILADELPHIA MUSICAL BUREAU 
WEIGH TM AN BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA 
1915-1 6 Three appearances with The 
Philadelphia Orchestra. Lecture-recitals 
at Columbia University, University of 
.Pennsylvania, etc. 



Edith Mahon 



Accompanist and 
Coach 

(Whose Initial ll'ork was Under the Personal Guidance 

of the Late Sir Arthur Sullivan) 

Residence Studio, 1806 CHESTNUT ST.. PHILADELPHIA 
Accompanist: Mme. Schumann Heink, Florence Hinkle, 
llissem de Moss, David Bispham, Gustav Huberdean, Henri 
Scott, Timothee Adamowski, and others. 

Endorsed by Cleofonte Campanini, Charles Dalmores, 
Wallace Goodrich, Mary Garden, etc. 



Albert J. Dooner, Mus . Bac . 

Composer and Organist 

Address: 1734 MASTER STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



GEORGE E. EMES 

Baritone 

Concert :: Oratorio :: Recital 

308 No. 40th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Telephone: Baring 1721-M 



HENRY B. GURNEY 

Tenor 

CONCERT :: ORATORIO 

Lansdowne, Pa. 



Louise Underbill Vail 

Contralto 

Concert :: Oratorio :: Recital 

Address 
409 E. Maple Avenue, Merchantville, N. J. 



JANE C. EDEL 

Dramatic Soprano 

CONCERT :: ORATORIO :: RECITAL 



Addresses 



500 Washington Ave. 916 S. St. Bernard St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Philadelphia, Pa. 



CHARLES WESTEL 

'Pianist, Teacher and Lecturer 
1714 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 




Frank Oglesby 

TENOR 
"Ueacher of Singing 

1714 Chestnut Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



FREDERIC PEAKES 

AND ASSISTANTS 

Teacher of the Voice 

Studio: Fuller Building, 10 So. 18th Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Instructor of Many Weil-Known Singers 



ALTON K. DOUGHERTY 

Accompanist and Teacher of Piano 

Studio: Estey Hall, 17th and Walnut Streets 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Residence: 1010 Clinton Street 



JOHN MYRON JOLLS 

Tenor 
Teacher of the Voice and Choral Training 

Studio: 1714 CHESTNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Grace Welsh-Piper 

Teacher of Singing 

Studio: 10 So. 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
New York address on application 



Stanley Muschamp 

Teacher of Singing 

Elementary and Advanced Pupils Accepted 

Studio: 47 SOUTH 17th STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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DOROTHY NORMAN 

CROPPER 

Classic dancer 



Instruction in 

Interpretative Dancing 

Russian Dancing 

National Dancing 

Elementary and Advanced Technique 

Training Kirmesses and Enter- 
tainments a Specialty 

Instructor in the Bergen School 
for Girls (Jersey City) 

Terms Upon Application 
150 West 73d Street, New York City 

Telephone, 23 Bergen 





GERTRUDE 

LYONS 

Lyric Soprano 

Concert : : Oratorio 

Recital 

Children's Songs 
By American Composers 

THE WINDSOR 

APARTMENT 101 

1425 T Street, N. W. 
Washington, D. C. 



RARE OLD VIOLINS 

VIOLAS AND 'CELLOS 

of exquisite tone 
and splendid condition 




ITALIAN VIOLIN STRINGS 

MUSICIANS SUPPLY CO. 

216 Tremont Street 

Boston, Mass. 



CLARICE 

B A L A S 

'Pianiste 

Available for Concerts, 
Recitals and Musicalea 

3057 West 14th Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 




SOUSA SB BAND 



Mrs. Bula Caswell Blauvelt 

57 Gardner Avenue 
Jersey City, N. J. 

Concert Organist, Pianist and Accompanist. Teacher of 
Organ, Piano and Theory 

Terms on Application 



"The Delight 
of Nations" 



Office 

1 West 34th Street 
New York City 




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First Prize Brussels 
Royal Conservatoire 

ISTAD 



Violinist 

Stutlio 

1608 Pine Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




HELEN 

BUCHANAN 

Soprano 
Concert : : Soprano 

"Her pure lyric soprano was 
used with a fluent ease and 
variety of expression." Even- 
ing Bulletin. 

Address 

THE AVON DALE 

39th and Locust Streets 

Philadelphia, Pa. 




Opera - Concert 



TE1XI2R 



2334 So. Broad Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



ELMA CAREY 

JOHNSON 

Soprano 
Concert : : Oratorio 

"Mima Carey Johnson is the 
possessor of a beautiful so- 
prano voice of much power, 
sweetness and flexibility." 
Philadelphia Press. 

Studio 

1712-1714 Chestnut St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Telephone: Locust 3447 

Res. 101 E. Durham St., Mt. Airy, Phila., Pa. 

Telephone: Chestnut Hill 1298-W 





Arthur Lockhart 

Seymour 

Baritone 



Concert 
Recital 



Oratorio 
Church 



Voice Culture 

Address 

3536 No. 16th Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




ELSA LYONS 

COOK 

Soprano 

CONCERT 
ORATORIO 
RECITAL 

Exclusive Management 

PHILADELPHIA 
MUSICAL BUREAU 

507 WEIGHTMAN BLDG. 
Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. A. 




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Maybelle Zenobia 

Berretta 

Contralto 

Concert, Oratorio 
Recital 

Pupils Accepted 

Studio 

2417 N. 18th Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell 'Phone: 
Diamond 4954-W 




MAY 

FARLEY 

Soprano 

CONCERT 
RECITAL 
ORATORIO 



Address 

566 E. Leverington Ave 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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VIOLA 

BRODBECK 

American Coloratura 




FESTIVAL m RECITAL 
CONCERT ORATORIO 

Exclusive Management 
PHILADELPHIA MUSIC BUREAU 

Weightman Building 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



SUSANNA DERCUM 

Contralto 




CONCERT 
ORATORIO 
RECITAL 

Created the 2nd 
Contralto role 
in the First Pro- 
duction in Amer- 
ica of Mahler's 
Eighth Symphony. 
Leopold Stokow- 
ski, Conductor 

In Joint Recital 

with 
John McCormack 



After having heard Miss Dercum sing, America's fore- 
most woman composer, Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, of Boston, 
wrote her: "Your singing has remained in my ears with 
a rare charm, for I felt the sensitiveness of your musical 
nature lying behind the tones of your voice. Some time 
I shall hope to hear you sing the songs I am sending you 
in the 'bundle,' for I know how charmingly you will render 
them." 



Address 1831 North 13th Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



RONALD O'NEIL 

^Pianist A ccompanist 



M. LEONARD A. 

DESLYS 





"Mr. O'Neil is a most excellent 
accompanist." Herman Sandby 

Address 

ESTEY HALL 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



'Pianist A ccompanist 

CONCERT :: RECITAL 

Address: Norristown, Pa. 



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ELIZABETH 

BARRIE 

Coloratura Soprano 



"Miss Barrie has a 
wonderful voice, her high 
tones being of a particu- 
larly beautiful quality." 
7' lie Foyer, 



Management 

M. M. PARKER 
1714 Chestnut St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Ethel Barbara 

Niethammer 

Coloratura 
Soprano 

"A very young artist 
possessed of a wonderful 
coloratura soprano voice." 
The Foyer. 

Address 

278 So. 60th Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Telephone: Belmont 380 



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VIVIENNE 

SEGAL 

Prima Donna 
"The Blue Paradise" 



Management 
Messrs. J. J. and Lee 

SHUBERT 
New York 

Residence 

1537 So. Sixth Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




SUSAN LEAR 

SCHMOLZE 

Soprano 

Concert 
Oratorio 
Recital 

Address 

665 No. 52nd Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Telephone 
Belmont 2169-W 




Marie 

Loughney 

Contralto 

Concert 
Recital 
Oratorio 

Address 

1824 Chestnut St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



F. Willard Cornman, Jr. 

Baritone 

Opera :: Concert 
Recital 

* 

Address, Roxborough, Philadelphia, Penna 





W. LeRoy 

Pontius 

Tenor 

Concert - Oratorio 
Recital 

Management 

D. B. H. Macauley 

1714 Chestnut St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



G. LESTER BLANKIN 

'Cenor 

CONCERT 
ORATORIO 




Address 
335 Lyceum Avenue, Philadelphia, Penna. 



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DONALD 

REDDING 



Baritone 



Concert 



Oratorio 



"Mr. Redding has a rare 
vocal equipment as to 
roundness, richness and 
sympathy of tone, while 
he sings with good 
method and feeling." 
Musical America. 



Address 

52d and Chester Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Telephones: Woodland 383 and 22-13 W 



MARY BARRETT 

Soprano 




F 



"Miss Barrett has a brilliant voice. Philadelphia is 
fortunate in having such a singer as Miss Barrett, for 
her voice is not only most pleasing, but it is in the 
highly artistic way of its handling that she gets the best 
effect." Philadelphia Press, February 28, 1916. 

Exclusive Management 

PHILADELPHIA MUSICAL BUREAU 

1524 Chestnut Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Matinee Musical Club 

Composed of over 
700 Women Members 



Regular Fortnightly Tuesday Concerts 

Held at the 

BELLEVUE STRATFORD HOTEL 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

EXECUTIVE BOARD, 1916-17 
MRS. FREDERICK W. ABBOTT, President 

6718 Quincy Street 

MRS. SAMUEL W. COOPER, Vice-President 
MRS. EDWARD PHILIP LINCH, 

Second Vice-President 
MRS. GEORGE W. WAGNER, 

Third Vice-President 
MRS. WALTER WILLARD, Secretary 

40 W. Carpenter Street. 
MRS. HENRY L. McCLOY, Treasurer 
MRS. EDWARD PHILIP LINCH, 

Chairman of Music Committee 

HELEN PULASKI INNIS 
Director of Chorus 



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AURELIO 
GIO RNI 

Pianist 

"The coming Pianist of the 
younger generation.'* 

Paderewski. 

Available for Recitals 

Management : 

Philadelphia Musical 

Bureau 

Weightman Building 
Philadelphia. Pa. 




MARIE STONE LANGSTON 

Mezzo-Contralto 
RECITALS :: CONCERTS :: ORATORIO 

"Miss Langston's voice is a 
rare contralto, . . . Her voice is 
rich and sonorous, full of the 
dark color and the somber power 
that dwell in true contralto tones. 
She uses it with instinctive and 
practised sense of its amplitude 
and its projecting quality as well 
as with much regard for the re- 
finement of the art of song." 
Pittsburg Dispatch 
April 28, 1916 

Management 
Philadelphia Music Bureau 

Res.: 3301 Hamilton Street 
Philadelphia. Pa. 




DAVID 

DUBINSKY 

Concert Management 

1925 Chestnut Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

MAE HOTZ, Soprano :: :: :: 
ELIZABETH DICKSON, Mezzo 
DOMENICO BOVE, Violinist :: 



BERNARD WILLIAM 

POLAND 

Tenor 
Concert :: Oratorio :: Recital 

Address 

432 No. 3rd Street 
Camden, N. J. 



CHESTER MILLER 

Baritone 



CONCERT 



ORATORIO 



Address 
Haddonfield, N. J. 

Telephone: Haddonfield 204-J 



Edward W. Miller Co. 

MUSIC PUBLISHERS 

814 Walnut Street, Philadelphia 

Established in 1835 
Publishers of 

"Christian Harmony" Hymn Books 
"The Miller Edition of Church Music" 

Musical Text Books 

Mail Orders Promptly Filled. 

Organists :: Choirmasters :: Directors 

Send for Gratis copies of our Octavo Edition 




The Philadelphia School 
of Musical Art 

1824 Chestnut Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

RALPH P. LEWARS, A. M. 
Director 

All Branches Under the Per- 
sonal Instruction of a Faculty 
of Eminent Artists 

Exclusive Patronage 
Prospectus on Request 




Margaret Marie 

Marshall 

Concert and Oratorio 
Soprano 

ORGANIST AND DIRECTOR 

ST. FRANCIS DE SALES 

R. C. CHURCH 

47th Street and 

Springfield Avenue 

Residence 

2126 Vine Street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Telephone: Spruce 3577 



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W. PALMER HOXIE 

Italian Art of Singing Correctly Taught 

J. W. F. LEMAN 

Member Philadelphia Orchestra 

Violin, Theory and Conducting 

W. Palmer Hoxie Studio: 410 Fuller Building 10 South 18th Street, Philadelphia 





T. W. F. Leman 



PHILADELPHIA CONSERVATORY of MUSIC 



FOUNDED 1877 



INCORPORATED 1884 



FULLER BUILDING, 10 SO. 18th STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN :: H. VAN DEN BEEMT :: W. LEROY FRAIM 

Managing Directors 
Offers all the advantages of a modern up-to-date School of Music 



FRANCKE CULLIS MORLEY 

Teacher of Singing 

CHOIRMASTER :: ORGANIST 

1520 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia 



Clementine DeVere 

Soprano 

Opera, Concerts 
Recital, Oratorio 
Pupils Accepted 

65 Central Park West, New York 





ELIZABETH 

DICKSON 

Mezzo -Soprano 

Available 1916-1917 
Concerts & Recitals 

Teacher of singing 

Address : 
114 S. 22d St.. Phila., Pa. 

Management": 
DAVID DUBINSKY 
1925 CHESTNUT ST. 

PHILA., PA. 



EDMUND SEVERN 

COMPOSER 
VIOLINIST 
TEACHER 



MRS. 

EDMUND SEVERN 






CLARK STREET 

Brooklyn Heights 
NEW YORK 



VOICE 



PIANO 



500 
Bath Rooms 



European 
Plan 



Address 

131 West 56th Street 

New York 
Telephone 440 Circle 



The Hotel is three minutes from the 
Brooklyn Bridge; five minutes from 
Borough Hall Station of the Subway; 
twenty minutes from Broadway and Wall 
Street; twenty-five minutes from Grand Cen- 
tral and Pennsylvania Stations; thirty minutes 
from the Theatre District in Manhattan. 



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STUDIOS 

FULLER BLDG., 10 So. 18th St. 

WALL BLDG., 1716 Chestnut St. 

DWIGHT BLDG., 20 So. 18th St. 

and other central locations 

Most Complete Studio Buildings in 
Philadelphia 

Especially adapted to the require- 
ments of Teachers of Music, Elo- 
cution, Languages, Artists, Photog- 
raphers, etc. Spacious Studios, 
sound proof partitions, and all 
modern appointments. 

For Booklet and Other Information Address 

J. CUTLER FULLER 

10 South 18th Street 
Philadelphia 




The JENSENS' 
MUSIC STUDIO 

Philadelphia 

Season opens Oct. 15th 

Monthly Musicales, 

Concerts and 

Recitals 

MARGARETHE BOYE-JENSEN 

(Soloist with Boston Symphony Orchestra, Societe 

Philharmonique de Paris, etc.) 

and assistant teachers 

VOICE 

OLAF JENSEN 

(Formerly First Piano Professor of Helsingfors Musikin- 

stitut, State Conservatoire, Finland) 

and assistant teachers 

PIANO 
For information address: The Secretary 

Fuller Building, Room 107 
10 So. 18th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 




AUGUSTINE 

Haughton 

Concert Soprano 
Lecture Recitals 
Children's Songs 

Vocal Teacher 

A d dress 

1624 Pine Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

'Phone: Locust 6837-7 




Chestnut 
&nd 13 " Streets 

fn the fieart of 
all business 
And social life 

MODERATE TARIFF 



Add phi a Hotel Co. 

DAVID B.PBOVAN 










o 






Violinist 



Concert Recital 



ADDRESS 

Combs Conservatory 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Cosmopolitan School of Music and Dramatic Art 

MRS. W. S. BRACKEN, President 

A School for Serious Students First Class Advantages 

Piano, Voice, Violin, Theory, Keyboard Harmony, 
Aesthetics, Public School Music and Dramatic Art 

Special emphasis placed on thorough work in the Academic Department 

For Catalogue, Address 

9th Floor, Auditorium Building 
Chicago, 111. 




HENRY PURMORT 

EAMES 

Pianist and Lecture- Recilalitl 

For dates and terms address 

The Loro Gooch Bureau 

Auditorium Building 

Chicago 

Mr Eames is Director of Piano 
and Orchestra Departments of 
the Cosmopolitan School of 
Music, Auditorium Building, 
Chicago. 




WILLIAM H. 

KNAPP 

teacher of Singing 

Director of Music, Church of 
the Ascension, Chicago. Con- 
ductor of Kenosha Choral So- 
ciety, Kenosha, Wis. Abroad 
experience as voice builder, 
coach and conductor. 

Cosmopolitan School 

of Music 

Auditorium Building 

Chicago, 111. 



Dr. Carver Williams 

Bass 

Teacher of Singing Cosmopolitan School of 
Music, Auditorium Building, Chicago. Soloist 
Kenwood Evangelical Church and K. A. M. Jew- 
ish Temple. Conductor Kankakee Choral Club. 



Gordon Campbell 

'Pianist-Coach 
Cosmopolitan School of Music 



LUCILLE 

STEVENSON 

SOPRANO 

Studio 
Auditorium Building 



Cosmopolitan School of Music 

Auditorium Building, Chicago, 111. 




Palmer Christian 

Concert Organist 
Cosmopolitan School of Music 



LEWIS R. BLACKMAN 

Violinist in Recitals and Concert 

Director Violin Department, Cosmopolitan School of 

Music, Chicago; First Violinist, Chicago Grand Opera Co. 

For ten years instructor in Nortli western University 

School of Music, Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 143 N. Harvey Ave., Oak Park, 111. 



JENNIE THATCHER BEACH Soprano :: Teacher 



COSMOPOLITAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC 



Residence Telephone: Kedzie 5406 



CONCERT 
REPERTOIRE 

teacher of Singing 



Shirley Gandell 

Cosmopolitan School of Music 



FRENCH, GERMAN 
ITALIAN 



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lEJma (itmttar ifr tn&on 

Concert Pianist 

Soloist with Tetrazzini, Mary Garden, 
Muratore, Alice Neilsen and others. 

Address: 1352 E. 62nd Street 
Chicago, 111. 



MAUDE FENLON 



BOLLMAN 

Soprano 

ORATORIO, CONCERT, RECITALS 
Private Musicales. Makes a Specialty ot Children's Songs 

721 FINE ARTS BUILDING, CHICAGO 

Personal Address: Rockford, 111. 



JOHN DOANE 

Concert Organist Coach Accompanist 

Pupils, Northwestern University 
School of Music 

Coaching, 608 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago 

Tuesday and Friday 




ESTELLE L. RUSSELL 

THE ART OF SINGING 

VOICE PLACING 

COACHING 

REPERTOIRE 

CHORUS CONDUCTING 

Studio: 809-810 Lyon & Healy Building 

Residence Studio: 
3555 Congress Street, Chicago 



Twenty-Second Year 



Chicago 
Piano College 

Harmon H. Watt, Eleanor F. Godfrey, Directors 

Kimball Hall Bldg., Chicago, 111. 




LILIAN 



MARY 

Piano 



STOUT 



Accredited by 
Chicago Board of Education 

613-614 Lyon & Healy Bldg., Chicago, 111. 



LOUISE HARRISON SLADE 

Contralto 
Concert and Oratorio 

Soloist with the Apollo Club, Season of 1914-1915 

Soloist American Choral Society, 1915-1916 

Soloist Bach Choral Society, 1916-1917 

1243 North State Street, Chicago, 111. 




Edgar A. Brazelton 

Pianist 

Instruction in 
PIANO :: HARMONY 

COMPOSITION 

Studio: Bush Conservatory 

800 N. Clark Street, Chicago 



HUGO GOODWIN 

A. A. G. O. 

Organist and Choirmaster 
New England Congregational Church 

Concert Organist 
Specialist in Organ Repertoire 
Has played 1,000 organ pieces with- 
out repetition 

19 W. Delaware Place, Chicago 




J. LEWIS BROWNE, Mas. Doc. 

(Member Royal Philharmonic Academy, Rome) 

Dean Illinois Chapter American Guild of Organists 

Organist and Choirmaster St. . Patrick's Church, Chicago 

CONCERT ORGANIST CONDUCTOR 

Pupils in Organ and Composition 
130 S. DESPLAINES STREET, CHICAGO 



Mabel Sharp-Herdien 



Soprano 




''Her voice has gained 
in evenness, in inten- 
sity, and in variety of 
tone until one must 
seek her rivals among 
the famous stars of the 
lyric stage." Glenn Dil- 
lard Gunn, Chicago Trib- 



Address: 5132 Kenmore Avenue 
Chicago, 111. 



Albert Teachers' Agency 

Secures positions for teachers of Music in 
Colleges, Conservatories, Normal Schools, 
etc. Established 31 years. 

623 South Wabash Avenue Chicago, 111. 




Minnie Fish-Griffin 

Soprano 

CONCERT : ORATORIO 
RECITAL 

Director of Voice Department 
Chicago Institute of Music 

712 Fine Arts Building, Chicago 



flCtf TC"A/^LjrDC' A^nVlf'V 28 EAST JACKSON BOULEVARD. CHICAGO 

I I O r\ I C_MV^ llC.no MVJC.|NV^T Music Department, HAROLD D. SAURER. Manager 

Directors of Music have been place in some of the most important universities of America. In 
its lists of available candidates are artists and teachers with appropriate training for all lines of 
music work and for instruction of pupils of every grade. Inquiries are invited. 

OTHER OFFICES 



Boston. Mass., 2A Park St. 
New York, N. Y., 156 5th Ave. 



Washington, D. C., 1847 U St. 
Denver. Colo., 317 Masonic Building. 
Lop Angeles, Cal., 343 Douglas Building 



Portland, Ore., 514 Journal Building 
Berkeley, Cal., 2161 Shattuck Ave. 



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ELLA 

LA FORGE 

MURPHY 

Dramatic Soprano 

ORATORIO 

CONCERT 
RECITAL 

5000 Dorchester Ave. 

Tel. Kenwood 4042 
Management 

Harriet Martin Snow 



Studio: 908 Lyon & Healy Building, Chicago 





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Violinist 



Studio : 

Lyon 

and 

Healy 

Building 

Chicago 



Katharine A. Schuster 

teacher of 

LYRIC DICTION 

The science and art of 
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in Speech and Song 

Xow affiliated with 

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20 East Jackson Boulevard 

Chicago, 111. 

Telephone: W abash 6349 . 



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FINE ARTS BUILDING 

Chicago 



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HELEN S. BERRY, Secretary 

Suite 607-9 Grant Park Bldg. 

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Chicago, 111. 

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HELEN JEFFREY 

Violinist 

Recitals and Concerts 

Pupil of FRANZ KNEISEL 

"A soloist of highest artis- 
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theme and variations by . . . 
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Telephone: Riverside 9317 




Clarence Reynolds 

Organist and Director 
BAPTIST TEMPLE, PHILADELPHIA 




Instructor Temple College 

of Alusic 
Conductor Temple Concerts 



Personal Address 

1854 North 16th Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



MADAME GRACE HALL 

RIHELDAFFER 



' . -L 




American 
Soprano 



"One of the fore- 
most concent artists 
of the day." New 
York City Musical 
Courier. 



With the New York Symphony Orchestra: "The work 
of Madame Riheldaffer was a delight." 

Pittsburgh Dispatch. 

"One of the best soprano singers in America." 
Chautauqua, N. Y. Chautauqua Weekly. 

"The singing of Madame Riheldaffer held the audience 
spellbound for an hour. Cincinnati, O. Commercial 
Tribune. 

Address 

5218 Dorchester Avenue 
Chicago, 111. 

Telephone: Hyde Park 2589 




EDNA HARWOOD 

BAUGHER 

Soprano 



Helen Von Doenhoff 

Contralto :: Instruction 

Pupils Prepared for Concert and Opera 
Address: 76 East 86th Street, New York City 

'Phone: 1332 Lenox 



3805 Chestnut Street 

Philadelphia 

Penna. 



Albert Von Doenhoff 

Concert Pianist 
Instruction 

Address: 76 East 86th Street, New York 
'Phone: 1332 Lenox 




CAMILLE 

PLASSCHAERT 

Violioniste 

3720 Spring Garden Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Phone: Preston, 2488-J 



FABRI OPERA SCHOOL 

L. Schmitt-Fabri, Director Wilh. Karl v. Hammer, Manager 

Complete and practical training for concert and opera 
voice production, languages and general stage deport- 
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Director, a pupil of Lamperti and a successful grand 
opera tenor and conductor in Europe and America. 

1626 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
68 West 82d Street, New York City 



ADELE LAEIS 

BALDWIN 

Solo Contralto 

MARBLE COLLEGIATE CHURCH 
NEW YORK 

Teacher of Singing and Diction 

Institute of Musical Art. Head 

Vocal Department, Finch School 

Special Course in Diction for Teachers 

Address: Carnegie Hall 
New York 



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LOUISE 

Le BARON 

Mezzo-Contralto 

Opera : : Recital 
Oratorio 



Personal Address: 

311 Nebraska State Bank 

Bldg., Lincoln, Neb. 




WALTER 

Wheatley 

Operatic Tenor 

Covent Garden, London, etc. 
Studios : 

Nebraska State Bank 
Bldg., Lincoln, Neb. 

Care Banking Law Jour- 
nal, 27 Thames Street 
New York 




SIDNEY SILBER 

Concert Pianist 





MRS. LURA SCHULER 

SMITH 

'Pianist and Teacher 



University School of Music 
Lincoln, Neb. 



Head of 
Pianoforte Department 

University School of 

Music 
Lincoln, Neb. 




CARL FREDERIC 

Steckelberg 

'Violinist and Teacher 

Head of Violin Department 

University School of Music 
Lincoln, Neb. 



J. FRANK FRYSINGER, F. I.G.C.M. 
Concert Organist 

Head of the Organ Department 

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC 
Lincoln, Nebraska 



CHARLOTTE WHEDON 
T^anseuse 

Head of Department of Aesthetic Dancing 

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

Lincoln, Nebraska 



MRS. WILL OWEN JONES 

Pianist and Teacher 
University School of Music Lincoln, Neb. 



REX ELTON FAIR 

Concert Flutist and Teacher 
University School of Music Lincoln, Neb. 



CHARLES H. MILLER 

Director Public School Music Department 
University School of Music Lincoln, Neb. 



RUTH L. PILCHER 

Pianist and Teacher 
University School of Music Lincoln, Neb. 



MARJORIE ANDERSON 

Pianist and Teacher 
University School of Music Lincoln, Neb. 



VERA AUGUSTA UPTON 

Coloratura Soprano and Teacher 
University School of Music Lincoln, Neb. 



RUTH LEE BAGNELL 

Pianist and Teacher 
University School of Music Lincoln, Neb. 



LOUISE ZUMWINKEL 

Pianist and Teacher 
University School of Music Lincoln, Neb. 



CARRIE W. PETTIS 

Head of Juvenile Department 
University School of Music Lincoln, Neb. 



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CLARA 

YOCUM JOYCE 

Contralto 




"She is an artist to the finger-tips, and shows the 
skillful use of a full rich contralto voice of won- 
derful range and splendid dramatic power." 

Philadelphia Public Ledger. 

Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 

Phone: Cynwyd 3&2-W 



ABBIE R. KEELY 

Soprano 




Concert : : Oratorio 
Vocal Teacher 

Studio: 1714 Chestnut Street 
Residence: 1914 Diamond Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Phone: Diamond 1099 



BLANCHE V. 

HUBBARD 

Harpiste 



ADELINA PATTI NOAR 

Dramatic Soprano 





Address 

28 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Phone: Chestnut Hill 573 



CONCERT : : ORATORIO : : RECITAL 

"A particularly lovely voice is 

that of Adelina Patti Noar." 

Philadelphia Record. 

VOCAL TEACHER 

Address: 3030 Girard Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Telephone: Poplar 4476-J 



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WILLIAM C. BOHRER 

Baritone 




Concert 



Oratorio 



Address 

4204 Chestnut Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



"Every child is highly imaginative and is never 
happier than when creating mental pictures of 
life and action." 

Symbolic System 
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Training. 
Letters of endorsement from prominent New York 

KATHERINE PETTEE 

RESIDENCE STUDIO: THE ADLON. 
SEVENTH AVE. and 54th ST.. NEW YORK CITY 



Walter 

Charmbury 

Pianist 

Soloist on tour with 
Mmes. Gadski, Rap- 
pold and Metzger. 
Pianist for Messrs. 
Scotti, Whitehill and 
Harrison. 

Studio: 250 W. 87th St. 
New York City 

Concert Direction 

J. A. WHITE 

Maryland Building 
Washington, D. C. 




MRS. HENRY SMOCK 



BOICE 



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Breath Control 
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65 Central Park West 

Cor. Sixty-sixth Street :-: NEW YORK CITY 
Telephone: 7140 Columbus 



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Recitalist and Teacher: Voice, Violin, Piano 

Address : 

LOIS MAY ALDEN MUSIC STUDIOS 
135 West 69th Street New York City 



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Philadelphia, Pa. 

Telephone: Baring 7538- W 




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5406 Chester Ave., Philadelphia, Pa 

Telephone: Woodland 1167-7 




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Concert Violinist 

Management, HAENSEL, CS. JONES 
Aeolian Hall, New York 

Personal Address 
176 St. James PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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LOUISE DAY 

Soprano 




Management 

ANNIE FRIEDBERG 
Metropolitan Opera House, 

1425 Broadway, New York 



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VILIM 

American Violin School 




Joseph A. Viltra 
Director 

KIM BALL HALL 

Cor. Jackson Blvd. and 

Wabash Ave. 

Chicago, 111. 



18th School Year 
1916-17 



Fall Term Opened 
September 6th 

Pupils may enter at 
any time 



SCHOOL FACULTY 
JOSEPH A. VILIM, Director 

J. EM. VILIM, Assistant 

MARK W. VILIM, Accompanist 

VILIM PIANO TRIO Piano, Violin and Violoncello 
VILIM HOME TRIO Two Violins and Piano 
VILIM QUARTETTES String and Piano 

Author of "Violin Technique Guide" and "Seven Daily 
Exercises for the Advanced Violinist" 



Mary Lindsay- Oliver 

Scotch Pianist 

TEACHER :: CRITIC 




Rock Island (III.) Argus: 

"The program, which was composed of some of the most 
beautiful works in musical literature, was given a master- 
ful interpretation. . . . This young artist is endowed 
by nature with a superior intellect, temperament and an 
artistic insight which bespeaks the musician born and not 
made. Miss Oliver's playing is characterized by a 
brilliant technique, a beautiful singing tone and an ex- 
quisite legato. Her readings are at all times truly refined, 
authoritative and convincing." 

OLIVER STUDIOS, Moline, Illinois 



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Lillian Bradley 



Soprano 




Musical Courier: 
"Her voice was ex- 
ceptionally fine . . . 
her tones being round 
and mellow, and spe- 
cial praise must be 
given for the exqui- 
site piano high notes, 
and her intellectual 
interpretation." 



New York Ameri- 
can: "She sang with 
beautiful quality and 
style, and displayed a 
range of exceptional 
breadth and beauty." 



Concert Recital Oratorio 

Address 
245 West 51st Street, New York 

Telephone: Circle 1730 



Margaret Ward Bell 



Announces the 
opening of class- 
es in private in- 
struction in the 
Art of Singing for 
the coming sea- 
son. 

All necessary 
requirements of 
the artist student 
met from the first 
principles of 
breath control 
and tone place- 
ment to interpre- 
tation and artistic 
finish. 

French, Italian and English diction, coach- 
ing in opera, oratorio, recital, and concert. 



Address 

59 WEST 37th STREET 
NEW YORK 

Telephone: Creeley 3477 





FELIX 

HEINK 



GERTRUDE A. DOHMEN 

Soprano 



Renowned 
Composer -Pianist 



Director of the 

HEINK CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 
of St. Louis, Mo. 

Available for 

Concerts, Recitals, Etc. 

A d dress 

The St. Louis Concert and Teachers' 
Agency 

Studio Building 

Taylor and Olive Streets 

St. Louis, Mo. 




Concert :: Recital :: Oratorio 

"An artistic triumph was scored by Miss Gertrude 
Dohmen at the concert of the Harmonic, held yesterday. 
Miss Dohmen is not only gifted with a voice of rare 
beauty, but she also uses it with artistic effect and feel- 
ing which is especially noticeable in the high notes, which 
she sings with exceptional sweetness and with no appar- 
ent effort or strain." German Gazette. 

Address: 2410 West Norris Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

'Phone: Diamond 5713-J 



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MARIE B. 



TIFFANY 



Soprano 




METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY 
(New York) 



CONCERTS 



RECITALS 



Personal Address: 

Hotel St. James 
109 West 45th Street, New York City 



GIACOMO BOURG 



Celebrated Baritone 




A true 
Herald. 



"At the festival held 
last night at Madison 
Square (larden, with 
the Russian Symphony 
Orchestra, BOURG'S 
voice was heard. 1 1 
is pure in quality, of 
noble tone and sensu- 
ous beauty. The art- 
ist sang the 'Valen- 
tine' aria from Gou- 
nod's 'Faust' with 
artistic quality of 
tone and finish that 
art- seldom heard on 
the operatic stage. 
Tlu-re was also an 
abundance of t e m - 
perament and wide 
range of expression. 
After the 'Faust' 
number a tumultuous 
applause made it nec- 
essary for him to 
sing encore, when the 
prologue 'Pagliacci' 
brought the public to 
its widest enthusiasm, 
spontaneous appreciation of the artist." New York 



"Last Monday night the baritone, GIACOMO BOURG, 
appeared as a soloist with the Russian Symphony Orchestra, 
and when his beautiful voice resounded, he vanquished all 
hearts and ears with his fine art." New York Staats Zeitung. 

Season 1916-1917 Tour Now Booking 

Management: Hannigan Musical Bureau 
150 West 57th Street, New York 




New Songs of 

Axel Raoul Wachtmeister 



Evening Song 
Spring Song 
Autumn Mood 

The Koston Music Co. 



Tell Me, O Muse, Thy Charm 
Awake, My Beloved 
The Lilac Hour 

The Wanderer 

The John Church Co. 



Also piano, violin, 'cello, choral and 
orchestral works 

Address: 
Hotel Wellington, New York City 



SAM 

TRIMMER 

Concert Pianist 

Address 

KNABE PIANO COMPANY 

439 Fifth Avenue 

New York City 



EMIL J. POLAR 

A ccompanist-Coach 

533 WEST 150th STREET 
New York City 

I Telephones: Audubon 1315 and 9162 



Compositions of 

MABEL WOOD HILL 



"Vagabondia" Songs 
"The Lark" 
"Largess" 

(Luckhardt & Belder) 



"The Hills of Dream" 
"Voices" 

(Breitkopf & Hartel) 
Men's Chorus (Novello's) 



257 West 86th Street, New York City 



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ARTISTS FROM THE ROYALL STUDIOS 




DOROTHY BIGELOW 
Lyric Soprano 




CELESTE ESHLEMAN 
Mezzo Soprano 




j 



JOSEPHINE McCULLOH 
Dramatic Soprano 



Mrs. C. HOWARD ROYALL 

Voice Training : : Diction : : Breathing : : Repertoire 

15 East Fifty-ninth Street 
New York City 

Telephone, Plaza 6217 



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ANNIE LOUISE 

DAVID 

Concert Harpist 



Management 

FOSTER & DAVID 

500 Fifth Avenue 
New York 




, Hannigan Musical Bureau 

MARY HANNIGAN, Manager 

Artists Booked for Concert, Opera, 
Oratorio, Recital 

150 West 57th St., New York 

Telephone: 1956 Circle 




Hortense Dorvalle 

^Dramatic Soprano 
GRAND OPERA CONCERTS 

108 East 17th Street 
New York City 



MARCELLA CRAFT 



Soprano 




"Remarkable Singing." 

Chicago Tribune, 

March 4, 1916 



Management, M. H. HANSON 
437 Fifth Avenue :: New York City 



HERBERT WILBER GREENE, Teacher of Singing 

Director Brookfield Summer School of Singing 



CAIA AARUP GREENE, Teacher of Piano 

Studios : Carnegie Hall, New York City Presser Bldg., Philadelphia 

Summer Address, BROOKFIELD CENTER, CONNECTICUT 



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"Tf/ie Most Perfect 

DONALD CHALMERS 

Basso 

Great tribute paid to Donald Chalmers by Thomas A. Edison, the most 
wonderful scientist of the age, in the May (1916) issue of The Musician, pub- 
lished by Ditson Company. Also in Neiv York Tribune, June 18, 1916: "The 
most perfect voice which as yet I have found is that of a young man named 
Donald Chalmers. You probably have never heard of him, since he is not an 
opera singer. Yet my records show an almost perfect vocal organ." 

"Mr. Donald Chalmers sang with a bass voice that was noteworthy for its 
beauty and fullness." New York Herald. 

"I do not recall having heard a better basso in many years outside of grand 
opera than Donald Chalmers. The audience seemed to yearn for more of 
him." New York World. 

Dates Booking for CONCERTS, ORATORIO and RECITALS 

Address the Singer Personally 
165 West 83d Street, New York City Tel. Schuyler 5590 




L. A. TORRENS 

Teacher of Singing 
Choral Conductor 

Mrs. L. A. TORRENS 

Teacher of Singing 

9th Floor, Auditorium Building 

431 S. Wabash Avenue 

Chicago, 111. 



ETHELYNDE SMITH 

Soprano 
Second Coast to Coast Tour, Season 1916-17 



"Miss Smith has range, breath 
control, and a keen sense of the 
lyric and dramatic values of her 
members." Washington (D. C.) 
Post. 

"A singer of much personal 
charm with a fine, clear voice which 
bespeaks wide cultivation." Buf- 
falo (N. K.) Courier. 

Permanent Address 

458 Cumberland Avenue 
Portland, Maine 




OWEN TURTLE 

Teacher of the Art of Singing 

"Learn to know what happens when you sing." 

Mr. Turtle begs to announce that he has opened his ' 
new studio and will continue his class in Voice Culture 
and the Art of Singing. Mr. Turtle is a specialist in 
Voice Building and the development of Vocal Technique, 
and brings to his work the aid of a thorough knowledge of 
Music as an art and of the requirements of artistic success. 

A PUPIL of the best European Masters, experienced 
as a Singer in Opera, Concert and Church, and as a 
Teacher, Mr. Turtle is prepared to fit pupils in all the 
branches of Singing, from the rudiments of Tone Produc- 
tion to the highest forms of Vocal Art. 

Voices Tried Free of Charge. 
"You can never sing any better than you think." 

Address, Studio Hall, 220 Madison Ave., N. Y. 

TUESDAY AND FRIDAYS Telephone, Murray Hill 427 



ANN THOMPSON 



Studios: 



'P/an/s/e 
1710 Chestnut Street 



1816 No. Eleventh Street 

Telephone, Diamond 4696 Philadelphia, Pa. 



THE 

PHILHARMONIC STRING QUARTET 

of Chicago 

(Members Chicago Symphony Orchestra) 
GEORGE DASCH, First Violin OTTO ROEHBOHN, Viola 

HJALMAR RABE, Second Violin CARL BRUECKNER, 'Cello 

Jessie B. Hall, Manager 

425 FINE ARTS BUILDING CHICAGO. ILL. 




BURTON 
THATCHER 

./Bass -Baritone 

Oratorio 
Concert 
Recital 
Teaching 

624 S. Michigan Boulevard 
Chicago, 111. 



JOHN B. MILLER 

Tenor 

ORATORIO 
RECITALS 
CONCERTS 

Pupils Accepted 

624 SOUTH MICHIGAN BOULEVARD 
CHICAGO, ILL. 




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MUSICAL BLUE BOOK 
of AMERICA 

1916-1917 



Recording in concise 
form the activities of 
leading musicians and 
those actively and 
prominently identified 
with music in its 
various departments 



Compiled by 
EMMA L. TRAPPER 



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PREFACE 




T would require a pen dipped in magical fluid and much 
more space than can be allotted here, to treat adequately, 
the varying comments upon the first edition of THE 
MUSICAL BLUE BOOK OF AMERICA. These com- 
ments, both kind and unkind, just and unjust, indicate 
that human ideas and tastes are as numerous as the 
sands of the sea. What was stated in the first edition 
concerning the plans to collect the data, should be re- 
peated here. For ten months previous to publishing 
the first edition, the Corporation mailed and distributed through its various 
agents, 10,000 copies of a thirty-two page Prospectus, at a cost of several 
thousand dollars. Lists were furnished by representative musicians, and 
while registration in the book imposed no obligations, some failed to send 
in their data. Apologies were made for the omissions and in the new edition 
for 1916-1917, it will again be necessary to beg the pardon of those who 
were overlooked, however, be it said, through no fault of the compiler. 

Twice a year autumn and spring the world of music witnesses many 
changes. Over 5,000 individual registrations were published in the first 
edition of THE MUSICAL BLUE BOOK OF AMERICA, and more than 
half of these demanded complete rewriting, or additions in order to bring 
them up to date. Often contrary to their wishes, musicians are compelled 
to be birds of passage, and this migratory existence may be one reason why 
we in America never have had an extended biography of living musicians. 
Before such a work could be completed, more than half of the sketches 
would be out-of-date. A year book such as THE MUSICAL BLUE BOOK 
OF AMERICA aims to be, is the only work that can serve the musical 
profession in a practical way, and more time must elapse before the work 
is sufficiently advertised to include ALL those who should be enrolled. 

Because of the enormous expense entailed in collecting the data and 
preparing the copy for the book, the directors of THE MUSICAL BLUE 
BOOK CORPORATION voted at the annual meeting in January, 1916, to 
charge the nominal sum of One Dollar to non-subscribers who desired to 
have their names in bold or display type. The response to this plan proved 
so universally generous, that when the time approached to set up the copy, 
the names in light-faced type were so few, that to adhere to the plan would 
have resulted in disfiguring the appearance of the pages. Therefore, it was 
resolved that a STAR should be affixed to the enrollments of subscribers, 
those who had paid the Dollar for special type, and also those who had ren- 
dered some special service. Should those who paid the Dollar subscribe for 
the book now that it is issued, the Dollar will be deducted from the regular 
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Elections among the musical clubs are held in the spring, early summer 
and in the autumn, and because of these various times for holding annual 
meetings, the compiler has experienced exasperating difficulties in having 
the latest returns published; the sums for postage would stagger those 
critics who imagine that a work of this character ought to be compiled for 
their sole benefit. No STAR is affixed to the musical clubs which sub- 
scribed for the first edition, for the reason that the board of officers in 
many societies has been changed. 

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BLUE BOOK OF AMERICA for 1916-17, it belongs to those unselfish 
men and women who aided the compiler during the past year. Endorse- 
ments of the book from these friends of the cause resulted in many subscrip- 
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ALABAMA 

BIRMINGHAM 

ARION CLUB 

RIENZI THOMAS, Musical Director, Roebuck Springs 

HARRY L. CULVER, Title Guarantee Building President 

A. C. COOPER, Capitol Park Inn V ice-President 

I. C. SLIGH, American Trust Company Secretary 

E. L. MUCHMORE, Woodward Building Treasurer 

C. H. HOCKING, 1226 N. Eleventh Avenue Librarian 

JAMES T. MACKENZIE, Dian Apartments Accompanist 



TREBLE CLEF CLUB 

WILLIAM GUSSEN, Musical Director, Care Cable Piano Company 

MRS. E. T. RICE, 1517 S. Fourteenth Street President 

MRS. W. B. ALLEN, 1314 Wancoma Street First Vice-President 

MRS. N. C. GLASS, 606 Cotton Avenue Second V ice-President 

Miss EMMA MCCARTHY, 619 N. Seventeenth Street Secretary 

MRS. J. S. PALMER, 704 W. Twentieth Street Treasurer 



MUSIC STUDY CLUB 

MRS. GEORGE HOUSTON DAVIS, Glenn Avenue ". President 

MRS. W. M. MAYES, Ridgely Apartments Vice-President 

MRS. W. J. ADAMS, 1229 S. Twelfth Street Recording Secretary 

MRS. GEORGE F. HARRINGTON, 1530 S. Tenth Avenue. . .Corresponding Secretary 
MRS. LAURA JACKSON DAVIDS, Levert Apartments Treasurer 

ADAMS, EDGELL, pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 1034 S. Twentieth Street. 

ANTHONY, MRS. CORA SHEFFER,* pianist; pupil of Vernon Spencer, 
Effa Ellis Perfield, Katharine Burrowes, etc. ; director Preparatory and 
Normal Departments Southern School of Musical Art; preparatory specialist 
piano, theory of music, history of music and voice normal teacher of 
these branches ; secretary of the faculty ; address, Southern School of Musical 
Art; summer address, 616 W. Third Street, Williamsport, Pa. 



ALABAMA 



CRAWFORD, MISS ABIGAIL, pianist; teacher of piano; organist Eleventh 
Avenue Methodist Church; Res. Ridgely Apartments. 

DAHM-PETERSEN, ADOLF,* concert baritone ; recitals to his own accom- 
paniments; teacher of singing; Mrs. Adolf Dahm-Petersen (Emmie Kreu- 
der) ; address, 1818 Second Avenue. 

DAVIDS, MRS. LAURA JACKSON,* teacher of piano and organ ; organist 
and choir director South Highland Presbyterian Church; Res. 1318 S. 
Twentieth Street. 

DAVIS, GROVER TILDEN,* concert organist; pianist; accompanist; 
teacher of organ, piano and theory; graduate Cincinnati College of Music; 
former pupil of Mr. and Mrs. Josef Lhevinne; formerly director of music 
Hotchkiss School of Music, Lakeville, Conn., and Southern School of 
Musical Art, Birmingham; studio, 12 Cable Hall. 

DOLYSI, ROBERT, violinist ; teacher of violin Southern School of Musical 
Art; Mrs. Robert Dolysi (Prudence Neff ) ; address, Southern School of 
Musical Art. 

GUSSEN, WILLIAM, pianist ; violinist ; teacher of piano and violin ; man- 
ager Birmingham Conservatory of Music; director Music Study and Treble 
Clef Club Choruses; Mrs. William Gussen (Edna Gockel) ; pianist; teacher 
of piano and organ ; Res. Margaret Apartments. 

HANLIN, MISS LOWELA, pianist ; accompanist ; teacher of piano, har- 
mony and theory; studio, Starr Piano Company, 1820 Third Avenue; Res. 402 
Ridgely Apartments ; summer address, Cullman, Ala. 

HANSON, MRS. VICTOR H., State President Alabama National Federa- 
tion of Musical Clubs; president Alabama Organization of Music Clubs; 
Res. 1320 Trogious Street. 

HARPER-STEELE, MRS. CLARA, teacher of singing; Res. Ridgely 
Apartments. 

McGILL, JOHN DONALD,* tenor quartet choir First M. E. Church; 
address, care American Trust & Savings Bank; Res. 1620 Fourteenth Ave- 
nue, S. 

NEFF, PRUDENCE (Mrs. Robert Dolysi), concert pianist; teacher of 
piano Southern School of Musical Art. 

RICE, CORRIE HANDLEY (Mrs. Edward Turner Rice) ; organist First 
M. E. Church ; president Treble Clef Club ; pianist ; teacher of organ and 
piano; studio, Cable Building; Res. 1517 S. Fourteenth Street. 



ARIZONA 

PHOENIX 

THE LYRIC CLUB 

WILLIAM CONRAD MILLS, Musical Director 
Chamber of Commerce Building 

MRS. JAMES WESTERVELT, 20 Portland Place President 

MRS. W. W. CATLIN, JR Vice-President 

MRS. CLYDE M. GANDY Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss MERTA WORK Accompanist 



MUSICIANS' CLUB 

MRS. RAYMOND W. BATTIN President 

MRS. HAROLD BAXTER Vice-President 

MRS. W. L. PINNEY Secretary 

MRS. L. D. DAMERON Treasurer 

CATE, MRS. MAUDE PRATT, assistant piano teacher Arizona School of 
Music ; pupil of William Mason and Carolyn L. Willard. 

CHRISTY, MRS. SHIRLEY, founder and director Arizona School of Music ; 
pianist ; pupil S. B. Mills, Delle Valle de Paz, Florence, Italy ; Francis Thome, 
Paris, France. 

GANDY, MRS. CLYDE M., contralto; choir director and soloist First 
Methodist Church; secretary and treasurer Lyric Club. 

HALE, ELTON ENSIGN, pianist ; teacher of piano ; curator of study class 
of Musicians' Club; studio, Chamber of Commerce Building. 

HULETT, MRS. ARTHUR GIBBONS, organist ; pianist ; soprano ; organist 
and choir director First Presbyterian Church; teacher of piano and singing; 
Res. 318 W. Roosevelt Street. 

/ MILLS, WILLIAM CONRAD,* concert tenor; teacher of singing; choir- 
master and director Trinity Pro-Cathedral; conductor Lyric Club (women's 
voices) ; studio, Chamber of Commerce Building. 

SMITH, MISS MARY MILDRED,* concert pianist; graduate of Cincinnati 
Conservatory of Music ; later studied with Moszkowski in Paris ; teacher of 
piano; Res. Arizona School of Music. 

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STUCHAL, FRANK LLOYD, head of Violin Department Arizona School of 
Music ; pupil of Frederick Holmberg and Theodore Lindberg ; solo violinist ; 
conductor. 

WORK, MISS MERTA HOLMES, pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano; 
organist Trinity Pro-Cathedral ; studio, Chamber of Commerce Building. 



TUCSON 

SATURDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. SIMON HEINEMAN President 

Miss ANITA POST Vice-President 

^ MRS. GEORGE GREEN Recording Secretary 

MRS. HENRY HEIGHTON Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. JOHN IVANCOVICH Treasurer 

Executive Board 

MRS. J. METZGER Miss JULIA REBEIL 

MRS. H. K. POWELL MRS. T. R. RICHEY 

MRS. A. V. YRORSETTA 

POWELL, MRS. H. K., pianist; teacher of piano; (graduate Cincinnati 
College of Music) ; member executive board Saturday Morning Musical Club ; 
address, Tucson. 

REBEIL, MISS JULIA, pianist; violinist; teacher of piano and violin; 
post-graduate Chicago Musical College; pupil of Anton Foerster and Ru- 
dolph Renter (piano), Alexander Sebald (violin); member executive board 
Saturday Morning Musical Club ; address, Tucson. 

' SERVIN, PROFESSOR JOSE, opera baritone; (former engagements in- 
clude opera houses in Italy, Austria and Mexico ; formerly taught singing at 
Conservatory of Music in Mexico City) ; at present the most prominent vocal 
authority in Arizona ; address, Tucson. 

WILLIAMS, FRANK, violinist ; teacher of violin ; (authorized exponent 
of Professor Sevick of Prague) ; address, Tucson. 

WILLIAMS, PROFESSOR J. CLARK, pianist; teacher of piano; (pupil 
of Garwood (Chicago), and Earth (Berlin, Germany); formerly director 
American Conservatory of Music in Chicago) ; address, Tucson. 



ARKANSAS 

EUREKA SPRINGS 

SCHERUBEL, EDWARD,* pianist; technic specialist; widely known as 
hand developer and builder; director (8 years) Crescent College Conservatory 
of Music (Eureka Springs) ; author "Hand Development for Playing Pur- 
poses," and articles in musical magazines on hand building ; lecturer ; address, 
Lock Box 450. 

LITTLE ROCK 

MUSICAL COTERIE 

MRS. D. R. FONES, 2321 Summit Avenue President 

MRS. C. E. WHITNEY, 206 E. Eleventh Street Vice-President 

MRS. L. D. REAGAN, 1515 W. Twenty-second Street Secretary 

MRS. CLIO HARPER, 1922 W. Twenty-second Street Treasurer 

CHAVEAUX, LAURENT,* music ciitic and editor Arkansas Gazette; 
organist and choirmaster St. Andre's Cathedral; teacher of piano, singing 
and organ ; address, Kempner Theatre Building. 

CRAWFORD, MRS. AVIS L., teacher of voice and expression Little Rock 
School of Music and Expression. 

LAWRENCE, MRS. A. C. (Ida Stevens),* contralto; teacher of singing; 
instructor of voice and piano Little Rock School of Music and Expression; 
musical director Artists' Chofal Society ; composer 5 published songs ; address, 
502 Masonic Temple. 

TEXARKANA 

WEDNESDAY MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. E. F. FRIEDOLL President 

MRS. A. S. GIBON '. . . . Vice-President 

MRS. OSCAR BARTHOLD Secretary 



CALIFORNIA 

BERKELEY 

SEEGER, CHARLES LOUIS, Jr.,* Professor of Music University of Cali- 
fornia; Mrs. Charles Louis Seeger, Jr. (Constance Edson) ; Res. 1614 La 
Loma Avenue. 

/. SIMPSON, MISS ELIZABETH,* concert pianist; pupil of Sherwood, Earth 
and Swayne ; teacher of piano and normal pianoforte methods ; president Berk- 
eley Piano Club; director Pianoforte Department California Institute of 
Musical Art, Berkeley ; proprietor of the Simpson System of Primary and 
Intermediate Pianoforte Work ; Res. 2327 Cedar Street. 

TUCKER, MAY HELLER (Mrs. George E. Tucker),* pianist; professional 
accompanist; Res. 1910 Eldorado Street, Northbrae. 

CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA 

SEARCH, FREDERICK PRESTON,* concert cellist; composer romantic 
symphony in D major, four string quartets, songs, instrumental solos, other 
works for orchestra ; member American Symphony Orchestra of Chicago and 
the orchestra of the Chicago Grand Opera Association ; address, Carmel-by- 
the-Sea. 

CLEREMONT 

HARTLEY, WALTER E., head of Organ and Piano Department Pomona 
College; assistant professor of music; college organist; musical director 
Girls Glee Club; organist and choirmaster University M. E. Church (Los 
Angeles) ; Mrs. Walter E. Hartley (Edith L. Dykstra) ; Res. Pomona College. 

LONG BEACH 

DE AVIRETT, ABBY,* pianist; teacher of piano; Mrs. Abby De Avirett 
(Stella Scott), assistant teacher of piano; Res. 721 Pine Avenue. 

LOS ANGELES 

LOS ANGELES SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION 

ADOLF TANDLER, Musical Director 
2226 S. Hobart Boulevard 

D. NORMAN BRIDGE, Chester Place FrwW^wf 

WILL H. LOTT, 1126 W. Twentieth Street Vice-President 

DEAN MASON, 340 Andrew Boulevard Secretary 

G. ALLEN HANCOCK, Wilshire Treasurer 

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LOS ANGELES ORATORIO SOCIETY 

EDWARD LEBEGOTT, Musical Director 
802 S. Bonne Brae 

JOHN A. WILFERTH, 229 O. T. Johnson Building President 

CARL YOUNG, 5427 Lemon Grove Avenue Vice-President 

A. E. SUSSEX, 129 N. Burlington Avenue Secretary 

JOHN M. MORRIS, 111 N. Alexandria Avenue Treasurer 



ORPHEUS CLUB 

J. P. DUPUY, Musical Director 
311 Blanchard Hall 

JAMES G. WARREN, 323 Andrews Boulevard President 

C. P. LONGWELL Vice-President 

CHARLES C. PUTNAM Corresponding Secretary 

CHARLES H. MAXWELL Recording Secretary 

J. B. RUTHERFORD Treasurer 

ROY C. CHARLTON Librarian 



GAMUT CLUB 

F. W. BLANCHARD, 300 Blanchard Hall President 

L. E. BEHYMER, Auditorium Building Vice-President 

CHARLES E. PEMBERTON, 308 Blanchard Hall Secretary 



WEDNESDAY MORNING CLUB 

MRS. HAROLD BAILEY, Musical Director 
2625 N. Griffin Avenue 

MRS. M. E. JOHNSON, 4323 N. Griffin Avenue President 

MRS. F. E. DAVIS, 419 E. Avenue Twenty-eight Vice-President 

MRS. F. W. FULLER, 2657 N. Sichel Street Secretary 

MRS. M. R. TYLER, 2125 Vallejo Street Treasurer 



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MATINEE MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. JAMES HENRY BALLAGH, 2010 Fifth Avenue President 

MRS. CLAYTON J. HINMAN, 3416 Eagle Street First Vice-President 

MRS. M. L. BOTSFORD, 1213 Orange Street Second Vice-President 

MRS. HENRY CLAY KING, 266 S. Rampart Boulevard Recording Secretary 

MRS. J. H. GARDNER, 1115 Windsor Place, So. Pasadena California. . .Treasurer 



DOMINANT CLUB 

MRS. CHARLES G. STIVERS, 115 Arapahoe Street President 

MRS. BERTHA W. VAUGHN, 915 Carondelet Street Vice-President 

Miss KIE JULIE CHRISTIN, 1206 W. Thirtieth Street Secretary 

Miss GERTRUDE COHEN, 905 Fedora Street Treasurer 



SCHUBERT CLUB 

MRS. J. T. ANDERSON, (MARY HALL ANDERSON), . 

1 132 Arapahoe Street President 

MRS. WILLIAM DUFFIELD, 1015 S. Manhattan Place Vice-President 

BELLE N. HALL, 1132 Arapahoe Street Secretary 

ROSELYN M. SARGENT, 114 N. Carondolet Street Treasurer 



HARMONIA CLUB 

MRS. JOSEPHINE HILTY ABRAMSON, 2214 Romeo Street President 

MRS. HARRY MARX MULLER, 3800 W. Sixteenth Street First Vice President 

Miss ISABELLE IsGRiG, 2017 Brooklyn Avenue Second Vice President 

MRS. B. B. COLBORN, Eagle Rock Secretary 

^, Miss NANCY CRAIL, 1349 Toberman Street Corresponding Secretary 

Miss ADA SHRYAEL, 1385 W. Twenty-ninth Street Treasurer 



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ELLIS CLUB 

J. B. POULIN, Musical Director 
319 Blanchard Hall 

JAMES SLAUSON President 

JUDGE WALTER BORDWELL Vice-President 

CAPTAIN H. D. ALFONSO, 315 W. Avenue 53 Secretary 

Louis ZINNAMON.. .Treasurer 



WOMAN'S LYRIC CLUB 

J. B. POULIN, Musical Director 
Blanchard Building 

MRS. J. IRA MOYSE, 1219 N. Alvarado Street President 

MRS. ELLA B. HANNA, 468 S. Lake Street Vice-President 

MRS. J. W. ECCLESTON, 1333 W. Forty-second Street Secretary 

MRS. C. A. POST, 1702 Fourth Avenue Treasurer 



WOMAN'S ORCHESTRA OF LOS ANGELES 

HENRY SCHOENEFELD, Conductor 

308 Blanchard Hall 
Miss DAISY WALTERS President 

Miss GRACE DERING Vice-President 

Miss SADIE STANTON Secretary 

MRS. DORIS TWOHY.. ..Treasurer 



MUSICIANS' CLUB 

MORTON F. MASON, 306 Blanchard Hall President 

WALDO F. CHASE Vice-President 

ARTHUR BABCOCK Secretary 

CHARLES E. PEMBERTON... ..Treasurer 



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EBBELL CLUB 

MRS. GEORGE P. THRESHER, 37 Westmoreland Chairman of Music 



BRAHMS QUINTET 

OSKAR SEILING First Violin 

HERMAN SEIDEL Second Violin 

RUDOLPH KOPP Viola 

AXEL SIMONSEN Violincello 

HOMER GRUNN Piano 

F. W. BLANCHARD, 300 Blanchard Hall Management 

ATEND, W. F.,* conductor Los Angeles County and Municipal Band ; 
Res. 1344 Albany Street. 

BALFOUR, MISS CONSTANCE,* concert soprano; management L. E. 
Behymer; studio, 317 Blanchard Hall; Res. 33 Westminster Avenue. 

BEHYMER, L. E.,* manager of musical artists and concert tours ; address 
Auditorium Building. 

BRETHERTON, MRS. GEORGE KELLOGG,* lyric soprano; teacher of 
singing ; studio, 345 Blanchard Hall ; Res. 3795 Harvard Boulevard. 

BISHOP HOLMES,* concert basso-cantante (graduate New England Con- 
servatory of Music, Boston, Mass. ; formerly musical director and head of 
/ Voice Department Montana State College, Bozeman, Montana; soloist and 
choir director First Baptist Church, Santa Ana ; musical director Apollo Club 
of Santa Ana; teacher of singing; Mrs. Holmes Bishop (Marie Griffin), 
mezzo-soprano; studio, 218 Blanchard Hall; Res. 1012 Spurgeon Street, Santa 
Ana. 

BLANCHARD, F. W.,* president American Press Association of Los 
Angeles ; president Blanchard Hall Studio Building. 

BRONSON, CARL,* vocalist; musical director Handel and Haydn Society, 
Wednesday Morning Club and First M. E. Church Choir; music critic 
Los Angeles (daily) Herald; member Gamut Club directorate; officer of 
School of Opera; author "The King's Highway" (music drama); "Thou 
Shalt Waken," "The Temple of Love" (lyric verses) ; Res. Leona Apartments, 
653 S. Burlington Avenue. 

BUTTERFIELD, MISS PRISCILLA,* dramatic soprano; soloist Garvanza 
Methodist Church ; pianist ; teacher of voice, piano and sight-singing ; studio. 
348 Blanchard Hall ; Res. 801 N. Avenue 66, Garvanza, Cal. 



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CABMAN, CHARLES WAKEFIELD,* pianist; organist; author; critic; 
lecturer; composer one opera, song cycles, Indian songs (many of them sung 
by prominent singers in America and Europe), part-songs, chamber music, 
piano sonata in A major, other pieces for piano; Res. 564 N. Ardmore Ave- 
nue ; summer address, Daoma Lodge, Drake, Colo. 

CHAPIN, MISS BESSIE IRENE,* concert violinist (pupil of Henri Mar- 
teau ; teacher of violin ; director Bessie Chapin Trio ; director of music Park 
View School for Girls ; Res. 409 Park View Avenue. 

CHRISTOPHER, GAGE, concert basso; teaching of singing; studio, Blan- 
chard Building; Mrs. Gage Christopher (Rena M. Case) ; Res. 605 Brittania 
Street. 

COHEN, MISS GERTRUDE,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; treasurer 
Dominant Club ; Res. 905 S. Fedora Street. 

COLBY, FRANK H., editor and publisher "Pacific Coast Musician"; 
organist and choirmaster St. Vibiana's Roman Catholic Cathedral; composer 
over 35 published songs and pieces for piano; Mrs. Frank H. Colby (Myrtle 
Pryibil) ; offices, 304-305 Blanchard Hall Building; Res. 1622 Reid Street. 

COLE-ULRICH, EMILIE (Madame Gustave Ulrich), concert and opera 
soprano; formerly with Savage Grand Opera Company; pupil of Randegger 
and Blanche Marchesi ; Res. 4653 Temple Street, W. 

CONSTANTINO, FLORENCIO,* concert and operatic tenor; formerly 
leading tenor Boston Opera Company ; engagement with Metropolitan Opera 
Company (New York), Manhattan Opera Company (New York) and promi- 
nent opera houses in Europe and South America; concert appearances; com- 
poser of songs ; instructor California Conservatory, Little Theatre Building. 

COUTOLENC, MISS HELOISE DESIREE, violinist; teacher of violin; 
leader and manager Coutolenc String Quartet; Res. 1615 N. Harvard Boule- 
vard. 

DUPUY, JOSEPH,* tenor; teacher of singing; musical director Orpheus 
Club (male chorus), 2 smaller choruses, and 4 professional quartets; leader 
and director St. James P. E. Church and United Presbyterian Church; mem- 
ber executive committee American Opera Association ; Mrs. Joseph Dupuy 
(Ruth Mary Jenks) ; Res. 2301 W. Twenty-fourth Street. 

EARLE, HENRY EDMOND,* pianist ; baritone ; teacher of piano and sing- 
ing; formerly choirmaster All Saints Church (Pasadena); composer "My 
Ships," "Love a Sleeping," "Good Day, Suzane," "My Beloved" (songs) ; "In 
The Wood," "Aloha Variations," "Idylle," "La Golondrina Var" (piano) ; 2 
operas, dramatic ballad, etc. ; chief editor and arranger for standard publica- 
tions issued by W. A. Quincke & Co. ; studio, Blanchard Hall Building ; Res. 
Elks Club House, Pasadena. 



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FILLMORE, THOMAS H.,* pianist; teacher of piano; president and direc- 
tor Fillmore School of Music, 325 Blanchard Hall ; Res. Lawndale, Cal. 

GATES, W. FRANCIS,* musical critic "The Graphic"; editor "The Music 
Student" (San Francisco, Los Angeles and Salt Lake City editions) ; author 
"Musical Mosaics," "Anecdotes of Great Musicians," etc. ; complier "Short 
Melodic Vocalises," "Piano Hand Gymnastics," songs, etc. ; formerly teacher 
in leading conservatories ; Res. 1466 W. Forty-ninth Street. 

GOODSELL, MISS VIRGINIA,* lyric soprano and reader; specialty- 
drawing room programs; studio, 110 Blanchard Hall; Res. Hotel Ingraham. 

GRUNN, HOMER,* pianist of the Brahms Quintet (concerts take place at 
Blanchard Hall) ; teacher of piano; composer "Marche Heroi'que" (piano and 
orchestra), "Desert Suite" (orchestra), songs, including "Life's Meaning," 
"Love Message," and "The Flight"; studlio, 420 Blanchard Hall; Mrs. 
Homer Grunn (Nell Celeste Denhart) ; Res. 1601 W. Forty-seventh Street. 

HALL, LEWIS COLEMAN,* pianist ; impresario ; general bookings ; for 
season 1916-1917 special performances of one-act operas ; permanent address, 
42 The Fenway, Boston, Mass. ; winter address, 1003 Everett Street, Los 
Angeles. 

HASTINGS, RAY,* pianist ; teacher of piano, organ and theory ; organist 
Temple Auditorium; composer "Immortality" (organ), "March Triumphant" 
(organ), "Lustspiel Suite" (orchestra) ; Mrs. Ray Hastings (Mabell Carson) ; 
Res. 3467 Second Avenue. 

HILL-RUNKEL, AGNES,* pianist; accompanist; dean Agnes Hill-Runkel 
School of Music; studio, 218 Blanchard Hall; summer address, Alhambra, 
Calf. 

HUNTER, A. D.,* musical director ; teacher of orchestral and band instru- 
ments, theory, harmony, sight reading; noted for his instrumentations and 
arrangements; studio, 326-327 Blanchard Hall; Res. 2813 Normandie Avenue. 

JAMES, MISS GRACE,* concert soprano; soloist First Congregational 
Church; studio, 341 Blanchard Hall; Res. 1018 S. Lake Street. 

JONES, RUTH ROBBINS,* concert soprano; special programs for hotel 
and drawing room recitals ; Res. Dresden Apartments, 1919 W. Seventh 
Street. 

KELLER, CAROLYN M.* (Mrs. Louis P. Keller), organist ; pianist ; teacher 
of piano; Res. 1210 Crenshaw Boulevard. 

KOPP, RUDOLPH G.,* concert violinist; member Brahms Quintet; solo 
violinist Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra ; famed for his orchestrations and 
arrangements; teacher of violin; studio, 344 Blanchard Hall; Res. 1573 S. 
Oxford Avenue. 



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LINK-BRANNAN, MISS LILY,* pianist; teacher of piano; residence-studio, 
801 Young Women's Christian Association Building. 

LOCKWOOD, MISS NELL,* concert contralto; specialty costume recitals 
of Indian, Irish, Gypsy and Oriental music with stage settings ; management 
L. E. Behymer ; soloist First M. E. Church ; Res. 1914 Buckingham Road. 

MEINE, BERNARD F.,* violinist ; teacher of violin ; musical director Mason 
Opera House Orchestra and Los Angeles Athletic Club Orchestra ; studio, 
310 Blanchard Hall; Res. 123 Kern Street. 

MILLER, ABRAHAM,* concert tenor; oratorio; recital; soloist and choir- 
master First M. E. Church of South Pasadena; studios, 400-401 Blanchard 
Hall, Los Angeles ; and 410 Bradley Building, Pasadena ; Res. 1729 Hope 
Street, South Pasadena, Cal. 

MUSTARD, H. D.,* baritone soloist and choirmaster First Christian Church ; 
musical director of many light opera productions ; composer, works include : 
"The Salt Seller" (comic opera, lyrics and music), "The Eye of the Sphinx" 
(Tabloid Opera complete), "A Tragedy" (song cycle), songs, etc. ; studio, 400 
Blanchard Hall ; Res. 321 Hill Street, Ocean Park, Cal. 

OGILVIE, HARRIET* (Mrs. James G. Ogilvie), teacher of piano; music 
chairman Friday Morning Club ; Res. 1940 S. Union Avenue. 

OLNEY, WALTER HASTINGS,* baritone; teacher of singing; musical 
director Hollywood Baptist Church Choir; studio, 303 Blanchard Hall. 

OVERTON, JAIME,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; studio, 326-327 
Blanchard Hall ; Res. 2813 Normandie Avenue. 

PALLISER, MADAME ESTHER,* concert and operatic soprano; prima 
donna many performances in England, France, Germany and America ; concert 
tours for several seasons on the Pacific Coast; teacher of singing; coach for 
singers ; Res. 2542 Ocean View Avenue ; summer address, Yosemite Outing 
Club. 

PARSONS, MISS GERTRUDE B.,* head of Music Department Polytechnic 
High School ; chairman Public School Music Department National Federation 
of Musical Clubs ; teacher of harmony and ear training ; studio, Fowler Apart- 
ments ; Res. 1110 W. Washington Street. 

PAUL, ROLAND,* concert tenor ; making specialty of French programs ; 
management L. E. Behymer ; teacher of singing ; studio, 323 Blanchard Hall ; 
Res. 1116 W. Twenty-first Street. 



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PEASE, SIBLEY G.,* concert organist; private organist to Mr. and Mrs. 
Herbert G. Wylie; organist and choir director Westlake M. E. Church; 
organist B. P. O. Elks No. 99; member American Guild of Organists; com- 
poser Anthems, Sacred and Secular vocal solos, works for organ ; officer 
Andrews Talking Machine Company ; Mrs. Sibley G. Pease (Jessie Fagan) ; 
Res. 1036 N. Bonnie Brae. 

PEMBERTON, CHARLES EDMOND,* violinist; teacher of violin, har- 
mony, counterpoint and composition ; head of Theoretical Department College 
of Music University of Southern California ; composer works for orchestra, 
string quartet, and piano; Mrs. Charles Edmond Pemberton (Beatrice Fran- 
cisco) ; studio, 306-307 Blanchard Hall ; Res. 678 S. Burlington Avenue. 

PIKE, MISS EVA FRANCES, pianist ; director Piano Normal School ; Res. 
2289 W. Sixteenth Street. 

PLATE, CHARLES HENRY DE LA,* concert and operatic basso ; formerly 
member of Paris Opera; season 1916-17, management L. E. Behymer; teacher 
of singing; Res. 1339 La Brea Boulevard, Hollywood, Cal. 

POULIN, JEAN BAPTISTE,* teacher of the art of singing ; musical director 
Ellis Club and Woman's Lyric Club; choirmaster Temple Baptist Church 
Choir ; Res. Wagner Hotel, 814 S. Hope Street. 

ROVINSKY, LOUIS L., concert violinist ; pupil of Wilczek and Institute of 
Musical Art, New York ; director Violin Department Davis School of Music ; 
Mrs. Louis L. Rovinsky (Rose Rubin), pianist; pupil of Alexander Lambert, 
New York ; Res. 2870 Roxbury Street. 

SCHOENEFELD, HENRY,* pianist ; teacher of piano, theory and composi- 
tion ; musical director Ladies' Symphony Orchestra and Gennania Turn- 
Verein; composer, works include "Rural" symphony, violin concerto, piano 
concerto, sonata for piano and violin, piano solos, songs, choruses, "Suite Char- 
acteristic" for string orchestra, etc. ; studio, 308 Blanchard Hall ; Res. 642 S. 
Berends Street. 

SEILING, OSKAR,* concert violinist; management L. E. Behymer; teacher 
of violin; leader Brahms Quintet; Mrs. Oskar Selling (Louise Gunning) ; Res. 
Sierra Madre, Cal. 

SESSIONS, ARCHIBALD,* concert organist; formerly organist American 
Church, Paris, France ; organist First Church Christ Scientist ; instructor of 
organ and piano; studio, 110 Blanchard Hall; Res. Point Fermin, Calf. 

SKEELE, W. F., dean College of Music, University of Southern California ; 
teacher of piano and organ ; organist and choirmaster First Congregational 
Church; Mrs. W. F. Skeele (Mary Bosworth) ; Res. 136 E. Avenue 55. 



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SMALL, MRS. JESSIE B.,* pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano; asso- 
ciated with Fillmore School, 325 Blanchard Hall ; Res. 7962 Norton Avenue, 
W., Hollywood, Calf. 

SPENCER VERNON, concert pianist; teacher of advanced pupils and pro- 
fessionels ; composer 9 songs : "Thou Art So Like a Flower," "Night Gossip," 
"Consolation," "Out There the Dune," "The Sea Hath Its Pearls," "Summer 
Night," "At the Cradle," "Good Night," and "In the Home Town" ; president 
Los Angeles Music Teachers' Association; address, Suite 818-820, Majestic 
Theatre, 845-847 S. Broadway. 

STIVERS, MRS. CHARLES G.* (Grace Miltmore), soprano; teacher of 
singing; president Dominant Club; musical director Friday Morning Club 
Chorus and St. Catherine's School for Girls; Res. 1115 Arapahoe Street; 
summer address, 1 Hermosa Beach. 

TANDLER, ADOLF,* musical director Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra ; 
composer 2 symphonies; 3 symphonic tone poems; "Johanna" (an opera); 
smaller works for orchestra; Mrs. Adolf Tandler (Katharina Reimer) ; Res. 
2226 S. Hobart Boulevard. 

TROWBRIDGE, JOHN BISSELL,* tenor; teacher of singing, conducting 
and hymnology ; musical director Bible Institute of Los Angeles ; choirmaster 
Church of the Open Door; composer "Triumphant Zion" and other hymns, 
male quartets, anthems and songs; Mrs. John Bissell Trowbridge (Mary Cyn- 
thelia Wall) ; address, 536-558 S. Hope Street. 

VANCE, EDGAR FERGUSON,* teacher of singing; (holds artist's diploma 
from St. Cecilia Academy of Rome, and teacher's diploma from Lamperti- 
Valda School of Singing, Paris) ; studio, 670-71 Walker Auditorium ; Res. The 
Frontenac Hotel. 

WEBSTER, HAROLD,* violinist ; teacher of violin and theory ; composer 
string quartet, festival march for orchestra, sonata for violin and piano, piano 
solos, songs, choruses, etc. ; studio, 343 Blanchard Hall ; Res. 2241 Morcom 
Avenue. 

WILSON, MISS MOLLY BYERLY,* dramatic contralto; concert, recital, 
oratorio, opera ; second American season after seven years' study and recital 
work in Germany; season 1915-16 included eight months' concert tour of 
United States and Canada, comprising 170 engagements, as a soloist with New 
York Metropolitan Opera Company ; also recital and oratorio appearances, and 
several engagements at California expositions ; management, L. E. Behymer, 
Auditorium Building; personal address, 1217 Arapahoe Street. 

WINSLOW-VAUGH, MISS BERTHA,* dramatic soprano; soloist Christ 
Episcopal Church ; teacher of singing ; head of Voice in Special Music De- 
partment State Normal School; studio, 322 Blanchard Hall; Res. 1115 Arapa- 
hoe Street. 



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OAKLAND 

AYLWIN, JOSEPHINE CREW (Mrs. Robert N. Aylwin), teacher of piano, 
organ and theory ; organist Second Church of Christ Scientist ; composer 
"Pied Piper of Hamelin" (cantata for women's voices), Suite in G minor 
(violin, 'cello and piano), songs, piano pieces, etc.; address, 2307 Harrison 
Boulevard. 

CARRUTH, WILLIAM WALTER,* Mus. Bac. Yale University; concert 
organist ; accompanist ; organist Plymouth Congregational Church ; secretary 
N. California Chapter American Guild of Organists; teacher or organ, har- 
mony and counterpoint; private studio known as "Abbey" is equipped with 
two manual pipe organ ; composer of songs : "Aout," "A Chant," etc. ; Res. 
2824 Thirteenth Avenue. 

CASE, CHARLES ALBERT, concert tenor ; teacher of singing ; soloist First 
Presbyterian Church, Oakland ; first tenor Golden Gate Quartet ; Res. 141 
Monticito Avenue. 

FINE, BEATRICE (Mrs. William Andrew Fine, nee Priest), concert so- 
prano; oratorio; recital; has appeared with New York Oratorio Society, 
People's Choral Union, Philharmonic Society, Victor Herbert's Orchestra, 
etc. ; Res. 904 Myrtle Street. 

GIL, MISS JOSEPHINE, accompanist ; teacher of piano and organ ; organ- 
ist Trinity M. E. Church, Berkeley ; Res. 1429 Fourteenth Street. 

STEWART, ALEXANDER,* violinist; editor and publisher "Musicians' 
Journal"; president Music Teachers' Association of California; president San 
Francisco Musicians' Club; director California Institute of Musical Art; 
musical director Alameda County Chorus (300 voices), Mills College Choral, 
and Choir Plymouth Congregational Church; Mrs. Alexander Stewart (Ethel 
Maud Athearn) ; Res. 332 Twenty-first Street. 

WASHINGTON, ALICE BACON (Mrs. Frank B. Washington), pianist; 
teacher of piano ; Res. 688 Capell Street. 



PASADENA 

MASON, MORTON F.,* organist; teacher of organ and piano; organist and 
choirmaster Pasadena Presbyterian Church ; president Los Angeles Musicians' 
Club, and Pasadena Fine Arts Club; composer, 1 suite, 3 concert overtures 
for orchestra, 1 septet, 1 trio, many piano and organ pieces, anthems, songs, 
etc. ; Mrs. Morton F. Mason (Mary Belle Wallace) ; Res. 250 State Street. 

SMITH, MISS GENEVIEVE CHURCH,* concert lyric soprano ; teacher of 
singing; studios in Pasadena and Blanchard Hall, Los Angeles; Res. 568 N. 
Orange Grove Avenue. 



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REDLANDS 

STRAUSS, MISS GEORGIANA,* dramatic mezzo-soprano International 
Grand Opera Company and California Grand Opera Company ; principal con- 
tralto roles in Aida, La Giaconda, Carmen, Faust, II Travatore, Bohemian 
Girl; concert singer; Res. 510 Alvarado Street. 



RIVERSIDE 

RIVERSIDE ORATORIO SOCIETY 

E. D. KACK, Musical Director 
E. P. CLARKE Secretary and Treasurer 



TUESDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. BURDETTE KELLOGG MARVIN, 1445 W. Fifth Street President 

MRS. LE ROY SIMME, Rubidaux Drive Vice-President 

MRS. JOHN BARTON READMAN, 1465 Lemon Street Secretary 

MRS. CARL W. DERBY, 1465 W. Fifth Street Treasurer 

HARDENBERG, MISS HENRIETTA, pianist; organist; teacher of piano, 
organ and harmony ; musical director Orchestra Mission Inn ; organist Mission 
Inn. 

SACRAMENTO 

McNEILL CLUB 

EGBERT A. BROWN, Musical Director 
California National Bank 

V. S. McCLATCHY, The Bee President 

HENRY MITAN, Mebins & Dresser Company Vice-President 

A. F. HENNING, 1120 O Street Secretary 

CHARLES S. KING, California National Bank Treasurer 

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SATURDAY CLUB 

MRS. CHARLES MERING, 1220 Twenty-fourth Street President 

MRS. HORACE BROWN, W. C. O., Sacremento Vice-President 

MRS. ROBERT HAWLEY, 1421 I Street Vice-President 

MRS. WILLIAM MURCELL, 2015 Twenty-third Street V ice-President 

MRS. CHARLES HARRISON, 1610 Twenty-seventh Street Secretary 

MRS. CLYDE H. BRAND, 2305 Fourth Avenue Treasurer 

HJERLEID-SHELLEY, MISS IDA, concert pianist ; pupil of Bath, Berlin ; 
accompanist; teacher of piano; studio, 1215 Twentieth Street. 

IRELAND, MISS MARY ELIZABETH,* soprano; supervisor of music 
Elementary Public Schools of Sacremento; author "Second Grade Melodies" ; 
Res. 2414 T Street. 

LLOYD, ROBERT,* baritone ; has appeared as soloist with leading clubs 
and choirs in San Francisco, Oakland, Alameda, Stockton and Sacramento ; 
Res. San Francisco Boulevard. 

REDMON, MISS MAUDE R., lyric soprano; organist; teacher of singing; 
assistant supervisor of music Sacremento Public Schools ; Res. 1907 P Street. 

SAN DIEGO 

SAN DIEGO MAY FESTIVAL, INC. 

B. ROSCOE SCHRYOCK, Musical Director 

1429 Second Street, San Diego 

HON. EDWIN M. CAPPS, Mayor of San Diego, City Hall President 

HANS MARQUARDT, President of Board of Education, San Diego. . . Vice-President 

B. ROSCOE SCHRYOCK, 1429 Second Street, San Diego Secretary 

J. B. McLEES, 4553 North Avenue, San Diego Treasurer 



AMPHION CLUB 

Miss GERTRUDE GILBERT, Second and Elm Streets President 

MRS. LOLETA L. ROWAN, 1734 First Street Vice-President 

MRS. E. T. LANNON, Front and Brooks Streets Secretary 



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MENDELSSOHN-MAC DOWELL CLUB 

MRS. HERBERT H. FARNIIAM, 3229 Fourth Street President 

Miss NORMA OWEN, 2558 C Street First Vice-President 

FORREST LEE HIEATT, 1825 Sheridan Avenue Second Vice -President 

Miss RUTH CAMPBELL, 3644 Third Street Secretary 

BENJAMIN BAKER, 2310 Sixth Street Treasurer 

BEVITT, ZAY RECTOR* (Mrs. Edwin D. Bevitt), teacher of piano; Pacific 
Coast representative Dunning System of Music Study ; editor Children's Page 
Pacific Coast Musician ; author harmony course entitled "Teaching Piano by 
Harmony Diagrams" ; vice-president San Diego Music Teachers' Association ; 
Res. 3914 Third Street. 

BOWERS, MISS GRACE, pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano; organist 
All Saints Episcopal Church ; Res. 3674 Seventh Street. 

CONANT, ALBERT F., secretary San Diego Music Teachers' Association ; 
general vice-president for San Diego County Music Teachers' Association; 
organist First Church of Christ Scientist ; pianist ; teacher of organ, piano and 
harmony; Mrs. Albert F. Conant (Laura M. Carey) ; Res. 4319 Avalon Drive. 

FARNHAM, DR. HERBERT HAMILTON,* amateur violinist; maker of 
fine violins ; Res. 3229 Fourth Street. 

FARNHAM, MRS. HERBERT HAMILTON* (Alice Wakefield), concert 
contralto ; teacher of singing ; publicity editor Amphion Club ; like her hus- 
band, Dr. Farnham, Mrs. Farnham is skilled as a maker of violins, a hobby 
with both; Res. 3229 Fourth Street. 

GRAY, FLORENCE SCHINKEL (Mrs. Tyndall Gray), concert pianist; 
accompanist; teacher of piano and theory; director of music Bishop's School, 
La Jolla, Calf. ; vice-president Amphion Club ; author "Principles of Tone 
Production in Modern Piano Playing" ; Res. 231 W. Spruce Street. 

KRAUSS, ARNOLD, concert violinist ; leader Krauss String Quartet ; 
teacher of violin ; county vice-president California Music Teachers' Associa- 
tion ; Res. 3815 First Street. 

KREUZ, WILHELM,* concert pianist; pupil of Rudolph Ganz, Waldemar 
Lutschg, Dr. L. Falk, Felix Borowski (America) and Royal Conservatory of 
Dresden (Germany) Professor Alexander Wolf; director piano department 
Sloane School of Music (San Diego) ; teacher of piano and harmony; Res. 
1156 Seventh Street; summer address, 6242 Sangamon Street, Chicago, 111. 

MILLS, CHESLEY,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; musical director 
San Diego Popular Symphony Orchestra ; director of music Army and Navy 
Academy ; director San Diego Conservatory of Music ; Mrs. Chesley Mills 
(Anna M. Cooke) ; Res. 1630 Fifth Street. 



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PATTEN, MISS CORA E., pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano; Res. 
2446 M Street. 

REINBOLD, EMIL C., concert violinist; concertmaster San Diego Sym- 
phony Orchestra; teacher of violin Sloane School of Music; Res. 4762 
Panorama Drive. 

REYER, WILLIAM FREDERIC, concert tenor ; teacher of singing ; director 
Methodist Church Choir; Mrs. William Frederic Reyer (Elizabeth Moore) ; 
Res. Carnegie Apartments; summer address, 230 Marston Avenue, Detroit, 
Mich. 

ROWAN, MRS. LOLETA L., concert contralto; teacher of singing; choir 
director Unitarian Church; one of directors Music Committee California- 
Panama Exposition, Amphion Club, Mendelssohn-MacDowell Club, Peoples 
Chorus and San Diego Music Teachers' Association; Res. 1743 First Street. 

SCHRYOCK, B. ROSCOE, pianist; organist; teacher of piano, singing, 
harmony and composition; conductor San Diego Symphony Orchestra (50 
performers), and San Diego Choral Society; secretary San Diego May Music 
Festival, Inc. ; a director San Diego Orchestral Association ; composer, works 
for orchestra ; Res. 1429 Second Street. 

STEWART, DR. HUMPHREY JOHN,* official organist Panama-California 
International Exposition; concert organist; teacher of organ, piano, singing 
and theory; organist St. Joseph's Church; composer, "King Hal" (opera), 
"The Nativity" (oratorio), "Christmas" (cantata), 3 masses, other works for 
the church, numerous orchestral works, piano pieces, songs and part-songs. 

VILIM, RICHARD,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; member Vilim 
Quartet, Vilim Home Trio and Vilim Family Trio ; San Diego representative 
Music News (Chicago) ; Mrs. Richard Vilim (Mable E. Sickner) ; Res. 
Avalon Heights. 



SAN FRANCISCO 

MUSICAL ASSOCIATION 

ALFRED HERTZ, Musical Director 
25 Scenic Way, Sea Cliff 

WILLIAM SPROULE, 1966 Pacific Avenue President 

JOHN PARROTT, San Mateo, Calf Vice-President 

A. W. WIDENHAM, 457 Phelan Building Secretary 

JOHN D. McKEE, Mercantile Trust Company Treasurer 

GIULIO MINETTI, 457 Phelan Building Manager 



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PEOPLE'S PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

Musical Director not elected at time of going to press 
Candidates are ADOLPH ROSENBECKER and MAX BENDIX 

AUGUST L. FOURTNER, Humboldt Bank Building President 

FRANK W. HEALY, 703 Head Building Vice-President 

U. G. SAUNDERS, 130 Carl Street Secretary and Treasurer 

Executive Staff 

FRANK W. HEALY, Business Manager 
AUGUST L. FOURTNER, Assistant Business Manager 
U. G. SAUNDERS, Orchestral Manager 



LORING CLUB 

WALLACE A. SABIN, Musical Director 
3142 Lewiston Avenue, Berkeley 

GEORGE V. HIND, 230 California Street President 

MARK J. FONTANA, 825 Francisco Street Vice-President 

W. W. DAVIS, 34 Stewart Street Secretary 

W. PHELPS, 323 Devisadero Street Treasurer 

ADAM, MADAME BERT GODAIR, concert soprano; teacher of piano and 
singing; Res. 1172 Haight Street. 

AHRENS, MISS AMY, concert violinist; pupil of Halir and Serato; appear- 
ances with leading European orchestras ; teacher of violin ; address, Kohler & 
Chase Building; summer home, 811 W. Pikes Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. 

BARRETT, OLGA BLOCK (Mrs. Charles L. Barrett),* pianist; graduate 
University of Music, Vienna ; teacher of piano ; Res. 2688 Filbert Street. 

BERONIO, MISS EDA, manager of a series of concerts by the Chamber 
Music Society of San Francisco; Res. 2240 Broderick Street. 

BOWDEN, GEORGE, concert tenor; formerly soloist Westminster Cathe- 
dral, London ; teacher of singing ; lecturer voice culture and public speaking 
University of Caifornia ; address, Suite D, Kohler & Chase Building. 



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BRETHERICK, HENRY, teacher of piano and organ ; organist and choir- 
master First Unitarian Church ; musical director Choir Institute ; Airs. Henry 
Bretherick (Mary Elizabeth Ormond) ; Res. 1062 Page Street. 

BROWN, MISS MARY HOUGHTON, pianist; mezzo soprano; teacher of 
piano and singing ; address, Empire Court ; summer home, 1205 W. State 
Street, Rockford, 111. 

CAMPANARI, LEANDRO, conductor of symphony concerts and grand 
opera ; pupils trained for concert, oratorio and opera ; studio, Scottish Rite 
Temple, Sutter and Van Ness Streets. 

CASE, CHARLES ALBERT,* concert tenor; oratorio; recitals; lectures; 
solo tenor First Presbyterian Church (Oakland, Clarence Eddy, organist) ; 
first tenor Golden Gate Quartet; studio, 26 O'Farrell Street; Res. 2511 Chan- 
ning Way, Berkeley, Calf; summer home, Tacoma, Washington. 

CONRADI, ARTHUR, concert violinist; teacher of violin; address, Kohler 
& Chase Building; Res. 843 Ashbury Street. 

EDDY CLARENCE,* concert organist ; extended nation-wide tours ; organist 
and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church of Oakland; composer organ col- 
lections (4 vols.), concert pieces for organ; Mrs. Clarence Eddy (Grace 
Morei), concert contralto; soloist First Congregational Church (San Fran- 
cisco) ; Res. 2107a California Street. 

ELKUS, ALBERT I., pianist ; teacher of piano and theory ; musical director 
Pacific Musical Club Chorus (San Francisco) and McNeill Club (Sacra- 
mento) ; composer, "Lines of Francesca" (Inferno of Dante) orchestra song, 
string quartet, violin sonata, chorus works, etc. ; address, Olympic Club ; Res. 
3042 Jackson Street. 

GORDON, MACKENZIE, concert tenor; oratorio; lieder; 10 years soloist 
St. Bartholomew's Church, New York; engaged for leading Eastern music 
festivals ; teacher of singing ; studio, 2832 Jackson Street. 

GREENBAUM, WILL L., concert manager; arranges appearances for dis- 
tinguished visiting artists ; address, 101 Post Street. 

HEALY, FRANK W.,* manager San Francisco Symphony Orchestra; local 
manager for Albert Spalding, Geraldine Farrar, Fritz Kreisler, Tina Lerner, 
Marcella Craft, etc.; office, 209 Post Street; Mrs. Frank W. Healy (Lyn 
Isaacs) ; Res. Gerhardt Apartments, 1200 Sacramento Street. 

HERTZ, ALFRED, musical director San Francisco Symphony Orchestra ; 
conductor of German Opera Metropolitan Opera Company, New York, 1901- 
1915 ; Mrs. Alfred Hertz (Lilly Dorn) ; Res. 22 Sea Cliff Avenue. 



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JACOBSON, JOSEPH GEORGE, concert pianist; teacher of piano; com- 
poser, songs and pieces for piano ; author "A Jungle Tragedy," "After Gold in 
Guiana" ; musical essays ; music critic Everywoman magazine of San Fran- 
cisco; Res. 1276 California Street. 

LICHTENSTEIN, EDMUND, concert violinist; teacher of violin; address, 
111 Seventeenth Avenue. 

MASON, REDFERN, music critic San Francisco Examiner; author "Song 
Lore of Ireland" and "Musical Cameos"; Mrs. Redfern Mason (Grace Sart- 
well) ; address, editorial rooms, San Francisco Examiner; summer home, 
Carmel, Calf. 

MERIZ, EMELIO, concert violinist ; concertmeister People's Philharmonic 
Orchestra ; teacher of violin ; Res. 546 Clayton Street. 

MICHELENA, FERNANDO, president Arrillaga Musical College; teacher 
of singing; Res. 2315 Jackson Street. 

MOORE, BENJAMIN S., organist; pianist; organist and choir director 
Trinity P. E. Church ; teacher of organ and piano ; studio, 1003 Kohler & 
Chase Building. 

MORSE, MISS MARY ALVERTA,* concert soprano; teacher of singing; 
tone placement a specialty; Res. 2119 Scott Street. 

MUKLE, MISS MAY, concert cellist; management Mrs. Jessica Colbert, 
641 Post Street. 

OULLAHAN, MRS. EDWARD (Helena Gorlinski), pianist; teacher of 
piano and singing; musical director Sixteen Club of Stockton; Res. 1922 
Pierce Street. 

PERSINGER, LOUIS, concert violinist; concertmeister San Francisco 
Symphony Orchestra; formerly concertmeister Bltithner Orchestra (Berlin), 
acting concertmeister Berlin Philharmonic (1913), and violin soloist Orchestra 
du Theatre de la Monnaie (Brussels) ; Mrs. Louis Persinger (Angela Gia- 
nelli) ; Res. 1351 California Street. 

PUYANS, EMILIO,* flute virtuoso; teacher of flute, harmony and ensemble; 
musical director French Theatre of San Francisco; composer chamber music; 
songs; Mrs. Emilio Puyans (Yvonne Michel), vocalist; Res. 1551 Sacramento 
Street. 

RILEY, HERBERT,* concert cellist; pupil of Anton Hekking; teacher of 
cello ; concert tours under management Eugene Kuester, Portland, Oregon ; 
address, Kohler & Chase Building. 

RUEGGER, MADAME ELSA, concert violoncellist; recitals; tours in 
Europe and America; teacher of cello; address, 111 Seventeenth Avenue. 



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STAFFORD, WALTER DEXTER,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; 
assistant director Arrillaga Musical College; Res. 2315 Jackson Street. 

VON HAGEL, GEORGE, concert cellist ; recitals ; musicales ; first cellist 
People's Philharmonic Orchestra ; Res. 655 Stockton Street. 

ZURO, JOSIAH* (educated in Russia and Austria), opera conductor; former- 
ly with Manhattan Opera Company and Century Opera Company (New 
York) ; recently conductor Open-Air "Aida" performances in San Francisco 
and other musical festivals on Pacific Coast; address, 691 Post Street; also 71 
W. One Hundred and Sixteenth Street, New York City. 



SAN JOSE 

PACIFIC CHORAL SOCIETY 

WARREN D. ALLEN, Musical Director, College of the Pacific 
F. A. TOWNER, 226 S. Fifteenth Street President 

ALLEN, WARREN D., director Conservatory of Music, College of the 
Pacific; teacher of piano and organ; Mrs. Warren D. Allen (Esther Houk) ; 
address, College of the Pacific. 



SOUTH PASADENA 

BABCOCK, ARTHUR, concert baritone; teacher of singing; secretary Musi- 
cians' Club of Los Angeles; Mrs. Arthur Babcock (Helen Brewer) ; Res. 1217 
Stratford Avenue. 



COLORADO 

COLORADO SPRINGS 

HALE, EDWARD DANFORTH,* pianist; organist; teacher of piano and 
organ ; dean Colorado College School of Music ; musical director Glee Club 
(mixed chorus) ; address, Colorado Springs. 

DENVER 

MAC DOWELL CLUB 

MRS. J. H. SMISSAERT, Wolfe Hall President 

Miss EDITH LOUISE JONES, Wolfe Hall Secretary 



HARMONY CLUB 

Miss HATTIE LOUISE SIMS, 1516 Lincoln Street President 

Miss WANDA GOTTESLEBEN, 1901 Sherman Street Secretary 



TUESDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. GEORGE T. TUNNELL, 1225 Steele Street President 

MRS. HAROLD ORTH, 1532 Stout Street Secretary 



SCHWEIKHER MUSIC CLUB 

FREDERICK SCHWEIKHER President 

Miss ISABEL SPRIGG, 2151 Gilpin Street Secretary 

BOWES, ARTHUR,* concert organist; composer grand opera "Pahleeoh," 
romantic opera "The Monk of San Juan," album of piano compositions entitled 
"Idyls of Colorado," etc. ; studio, 1459 Pennsylvania Avenue. 

CAVALLO, RAFFAELO, musical director Cavallo's Symphony Orchestra; 
violinist ; address, 400 Opera House Building. 

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HALL, R. JEFFERSON, tenor ; teacher of singing ; organist and choirmaster 
St. Mark's P. E. Church ; Associate American Guild of Organists ; Denver 
representative Music News (Chicago) ; Mrs. R. Jefferson Hall (Isabel Suther- 
land) ; Res. 2561 Birch Street. 

HOUSELEY, HENRY, organist and choirmaster St. John's Cathedral and 
Temple Emanuel ; teacher of singing ; piano and composition ; composer church 
music, pieces for piano, songs; Res. 1215 Emerson Street. 

KINNEY, MRS. JULIUS, ex-president National Federation of Musical Clubs ; 
Res. 737 Corona Street. 

SLACK, ROBERT, manager Denver Philharmonic Orchestra, and touring 
artists; address, Can Knight-Campbell Music Company, 1631 California Street. 

SMISSAERT, CORDELIA D. (Mrs Jacob H. Smissaert),* concert pianist; 
teacher of piano; treasurer American Music and Art Society; musical director 
MacDowell Club ; address, Wolfe Hall. 

SMITH, FERNE ELIZABETH WHITEMAN (Mrs. H. Paul Smith), head 
of vocal department Colorado Woman's College ; concert contralto ; teacher 
of singing ; address, Colorado Woman's College. 

STAUFFER, PAUL CLARKE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; director 
New Denver Conservatory of Music ; address, 2939 E. Col fax Avenue. 

TUREMAN, HORACE E., musical director Denver Philharmonic Orchestra ; 
address, Denham Building. 

WHITE, JOSEPHINE SUMPTION (Mrs. Frederick M. White), director 
of music Colorado Woman's College (only college for women in Rocky Moun- 
tain region) ; teacher of piano and organ ; organist Trinity M. E. Church of 
Denver; Res. 815 St. Paul Street. 

WILCOX, JOHN C.,* baritone ; teacher of singing ; director Wilcox Studios ; 
choirmaster First Congregational Church ; first vice-president American Music 
and Art Society of Denver ; Denver correspondent Musical America; manager 
Charles Wakefield Cadman and Princess Tsiania Redfeather in their "Ameri- 
can Music-talk Recitals" ; Mrs. John C. Wilcox (Carolina L. Fenton) ; address, 
Wolfe Hall. 

WORRELL, LOLA CARRIER (Mrs. Edward S. Worrell, Jr.),* concert 
pianist; composer works for piano, piano and violin, and many songs; Res. 
2226 Williams Street; (see New York City). 



CONNECTICUT 

BRIDGEPORT 

BRIDGEPORT ORATORIO SOCIETY 

DR. ARTHUR MEES, Musical Director, 80 St. Nicholas Avenue, N. Y. C. 

NATHANIEL W. BISHOP, 301 Park Place President 

JONATHAN GODFREY, Brooklawn, Bridgeport First Vice-President 

MRS. MARY MORSE GRANNISS, 854 Noble Avenue, City Secretary 

LEONARD M. ALLEN, 1631 Noble Avenue, City Treasurer 



WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. SUSAN HAWI.EY DAVIS, 

309 Washington Avenue Cfiairman Program Committee 

CURTIS, MISS VERA,* soprano Metropolitan Opera Company (New York) ; 
soloist St. Mark's In-the-Bouwerie P. E. Church (New York) ; Res. 154 
Coleman Street. 

DAVIS, SUSAN HAWLEY (Mrs. Charles D. Davis),* concert contralto; 
oratorio ; teacher of voice ; member New York Opera Club, Women's Press 
Club of New York, executive board Bridgeport Oratorio Society, and chair- 
man Program Committee Wednesday Afternoon Musical Club (Bridge- 
port) ; Res. 309 Washington Avenue; studios, 1425 Broadway, New York, 
and 618 Whitney Avenue, New Haven (Conn.). 

GRANNISS, FREDERICK BURRAGE, pianist ; organist ; teacher of organ, 
piano and theory; organist and choirmaster South Norwalk (Conn.) Congre- 
tional Church ; composer works for orchestra, band, chamber music, and songs ; 
Mrs. Frederick Burrage Grannis (Mary Morse), soprano soloist; teacher of 
singing; secretary Bridgeport Oratorio Society: Res. 854 Noble Avenue; 
summer address, 65 Liberty Street, Meriden, Conn. 

HELDT, WILLY E.,* concert violinist ; pupil of Arrigo Serato, Berlin, Ger- 
many; studio, Taylor Building; Res. 1344 Pembroke Street. 

HUGO, JOHN ADAM,* pianist ; composer ; teacher of piano ; Res. 193 Cottage 
Street ; see New York City. 

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DERBY 

DERBY CHORAL CLUB 

DR. HORATIO W. PARKER, Musical Director 
420 Temple Street, New Haven 

FRANCES E. OSBORNE, 500 Hawthorne Avenue President 

HENRY A. HAUGH, 149 Minerva Street- Vice-President 

MRS. R. T. TOBIN, 21 Atwater Avenue Secretary 

MRS. CHILDS, 34 Atwater Avenue Treasurer 

SANDFORD, EDELBERT L., pianist ; teacher of piano ; organist and choir- 
master Roxbury Congregational Church ; composer songs and works for 
piano; Res. 213 Minerva Street; summer address, Roxbury, Conn. 



HARTFORD 

HARTFORD PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 

ROBERT HENRY PRUTTING, Musical Director 
133 Warrenton Avenue 

RICHARD M. BISSELL, Hartford Fire Insurance Company President 

MRS. CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER, 57 Forest Street Vice-President 

JOHN T. ROBERTS, 36 Pearl Street Secretary and Treasurer 



CHORAL CLUB 

RALPH L. BALDWIN, Musical Director 
81 Tremont Street 

HERBERT S. BULLARD, 2 Central Row President 

CLEMENT C. HYDE, H. P. H. S., Hartford Vice-President 

H. M. KENYON, Connecticut Trust and Safe Deposit Company Secretary 

JAMES S. STEVENS, 6 Regent Street Treasurer 



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MUSICAL CLUB 

Miss MARY BULKLEY, Asylum Avenue President 

Miss LILLIAN BISSELL, 8 Spring Street Vice-President 

Miss CONSTANCE SMITH, 33 Townley Street Secretary 

Miss VIOLA VANDERBEEK, 
215 Laurel Street Chairman Program Committee 



TREBLE CLEF CLUB 

EDWARD F. LAUBIN, Musical Director 
149 Beacon Street 

JAMES S. STEVENS, 6 Regent Street President 

MRS. GERTRUDE L. McAuLiFFE, 80 Fairfield Avenue Vice-President 

Miss GERALDINE E. WARWICK, 97 Farrington Avenue Secretary 

Miss LUCY A. ALLEN, 133 Sargeant Street Treasurer 

ATKINS, MISS FLORENCE A., pianist ; teacher of piano Hartford School 
of Music ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

BEACH, MRS. T. BELKNAP, secretary Board of Managers Hartford 
School of Music ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

BISSELL, MISS LILLIAN,* pianist; instructor of piano, music structure 
and Normal Teaching Principles Hartford School of Music ; active in all that 
promotes the advancement of the best music ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

BOWER, FREDERICK BRADLEY, supervisor of music Southwest District 
of Hartford; director of music Campbell School, Windsor, Conn.; teacher of 
singing ; composer of songs, part-songs, church music ; address, Windsor, Conn. 

BRANDEGEE, SUSAN LORD, cellist; head of violoncello Department 
Hartford School of Music ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

CAMP, JOHN SPENCER, concert organist ; a founder of American Guild of 
Organists ; organist and choirmaster Center Congreational Church ; com- 
poser "Song of the Winds" (cantata) ; setting for XLVI Psalm; "The Prince 
of Peace," "The Prince of Life," "The Morning Star" (sacred cantatas) ; 
chamber music ; songs ; pieces for organ ; treasurer Austin Organ Co. ; for- 
merly conductor Hartford Philharmonic ; address, 38 Willard Street. 



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EATON, LOUIS,* violin and viola soloist ; teacher of violin and viola ; 
director Strand Theater, Hartford ; editor Violin Department Jacob's 
Orchestra Monthly; composer Pianoforte Trio Albums; Mrs. Louis Eaton 
(Jessie Downer), pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano and singing; founder, 
pianist and manager of Downer-Eaton Trio; Res. 454 Washington Street. 

FOOTE, ELLIOT STANLEY, pianist ; teacher of piano Hartford School of 
Music ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

FOTHERGILL, MISS GERTRUDE DAMON, soprano soloist Centre 
Church ; teacher of voice Hartford School of Music ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

GREEN, MRS. CAROLYN N., organist and choir director First Unitarian 
Church (for past 11 years) ; accompanist ; teacher of piano; address, 721 Main 
Street. 

GREEN, F. M., tenor soloist First Congregational Church for past thirteen 
years; address, 721 Main Street. 

KELLEY, GEORGE F., manager of concerts by distinguished touring 
artists; office, 139 Asylum Street. 

LAUBIN, EDWARD F.,* organist ; pianist ; teacher of organ, piano and 
theory ; organist Asylum Hill Congregational Church ; musical director Treble 
Clef Club of Hartford, and Choral Society of New Britain (Conn.) ; pianist 
for Hartford Choral Club ; Res. 149 Beacon Street. 

LLOYD, MISS RUTH B., concert contralto ; soloist First Baptist Church of 
Hartford ; teacher of singing ; Res. 19 Lorraine Street ; summer address, Lake 
Sunapee, N. H\. 

PRATT, WALDO S,, theorist ; professor of music and hymnology Hartford 
Theological Seminary since 1882; editor "St. Nicholas Songs" (1885) ; "Songs 
of Worship for the Sunday School" (1887); musical editor Century Dic- 
tionary (1892); author "Musical Ministries in the Church"; "History of 
Music" ; Res. 86 Gillett Street. 

PRUTTING, ROBERT HENRY,* conductor Hartford Philharmonic Orches- 
tra ; musical director Masonic Choir of Hartford ; organist and musical director 
First Methodist Church and all Masonic bodies working in Hartford; com- 
poser songs, piano pieces; 2 works for orchestra; "Mexicana" (suite) and 
"Carnival Overture" (Steinert Prize, Yale, 1911); winner (1914) Sinfonia 
Fraternity (Phi Mu Alpha) prize for male chorus, "The American Flag"; 
pianist ; teacher of piano and theoretical branches ; Mrs. Robert Henry Prutting 
(Nellie Yauch) ; Res. 133 Warrenton Avenue. 



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MILCKE, FRANZ, violinist; teacher of violin Hartford School of Music; 
address, 8 Spring Street. 

NOYES, EDWARD, distinguished throughout New England for his work 
as teacher of piano; member faculty Hartford School of Music; prominent 
as teacher in Boston ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

PRIEST, ARTHUR, organist Christ Church; teacher of organ Hartford 
School of Music ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

ROSS, LAURA WHEELER, violinist; teacher of violin Hartford School 
of Music ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

WELCH, MRS. ARCHIBALD A., president Board of Managers Hartford 
School of Music ; address, 8 Spring Street. 

WHITNEY, WILLIAM L., head of Vocal Department Hartford School 
of Music; address, 8 Spring Street; (see Boston). 



MERIDEN 

MERIDEN PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 

FREDERICK B. HILL, Musical Director 
16 Union Street 

A. E. HOBSON, 110 Colony Street President 

E. B. WHITNEY, 176^ W. Main Street V ice-President 

MRS. F. C. BORST, Colony Place Secretary 

GEORGE W. SAMSON, Sumner Street Treasurer 

KAHL, FRITZ, violinist ; teacher of violin ; concertmeister Meriden Phil- 
harmonic Orchestra ; member Hartford Philharmonic Orchestra ; studios, 
Brown Thompson Building, Hartford, and 40 Linsley Avenue, Meriden. 

SHINNERS, MISS EDITH,* pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 26 Linsley 
Avenue. 



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MIDDLETOWN 

THE MIDDLESEX MUSICAL ASSOCIATION 

KARL P. HARRINGTON, Musical Director 
Middletown, Connecticut 

S. ELLSWORTH MEECH, 340 Main Street, Middletown President 

E. KENT HUBBARD, Middletown First Vice-President 

MRS. EDWARD G. CAMP, Portland, Connecticut Second Vice-President 

KATHERINE I. BOWEN, 20 Liberty Street, Middletown Secretary 

HAROLD A. WILLIAMS, Middletown Treasurer 

HARRINGTON, KARL POMEROY,* musical director Chorus of Middlesex 
Musical Association of Middletown ; organist and choirmaster First M. E. 
Church of Middletown; founder and former director Chapel Hill (N. C.) 
Choral Society, and Mendelssohn Club (Bangor, Me.) ; editor of songs of all 
Colleges, Psi Upsilon Song Book (Wesleyan) ; compiler song book, Wesleyan 
University and Methodist Hymnal ; composer songs, part-songs, anthems, 
hymn tunes, glees, etc.; Mrs. Karl Pomeroy Harrington (Jennie E. Canfield) ; 
Res. 203 High Street ; summer address, North Woodstock, N. H. 



NEW BRITAIN 

CHORAL SOCIETY 

EDWARD F. LAUBIN, Musical Director 
149 Beacon Street, Hartford, Connecticut 

ARTHUR G. KIMBALL, 61 Lexington Street President 

A. J. SLOPER, 27 Grove Hill First Vice-President 

MRS. FRANK P. USHER, Plainville, Connnecticut Second Vice-President 

MRS. J. E. MARTIN, 100 West Main Street Third Vice-President 

JOHN A. LINDSAY, 50 Liberty Street Secretary 

ROBERT T. CHAPMAN, 18 Cedar Street Treasurer 



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CATHOLIC CHORAL UNION 

FREDERICK F. HARMON, Musical Director 
Box 304 

MRS. MARY T. CREAN, Main Street President 

PHILIP J. TORMEY, Clark Street Vice-President 

Miss MARY CASE, High Street Secretary 

MRS. JACOB BAUMGARTNER, Vine Street Treasurer 



NEW HAVEN 

NEW HAVEN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

DR. HORATIO PARKER, Musical Director 
Yale University 

PROFESSOR WILLIAM LYON PHELPS, Yale University President 

ALBERT F. MALLON Secretary 

Louis P. WEIL Treasurer 

Louis FELSBURG, 124 Crown Street Manager 



NEW HAVEN CHORAL UNION 

PROFESSOR W. E. HAESCHE, Musical Director 
171 Bradley Street 

PROFESSOR WILLIAM LYON PHELPS, Yale University President 

EDMUND L. BABCOCK, Box 374, New Haven Secretary 

THOMAS F. FOGARTY, 64 Derby Avenue Treasurer 



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ST. AMBROSE SOCIETY 

Miss EMELINE A. STREET, East Haven, Connecticut President 

MRS. W. S. HORTON, 155 Linden Street I ice-President 

Miss RUTH LATHROP, 1101 Chapel Street Secretary 

Miss KATE LEWIS, 42 Lake Place Treasurer 

ABT, MISS THERESA LUCILLE,* pianist; teacher of piano; conducts 
classes in New Haven; address, "The Fernwood," R. D. No. 1, Branford, 
Conn. 

BUXBAUM, CLARA ASHER (Mrs. Philip F. Buxbaum), concert pianist; 
teacher of piano ; pupil of Rafael Joseffy ; graduate Yale School of Music ; 
Res. 192 Lawrence Street. 

COWLES, WALTER RUEL, pianist; instructor piano department Yale 
University ; organist Plymouth Church ; composer Concerto in C minor ; violin 
and piano Sonata in E minor ; Trio, piano, violin and 'cello, in C minor ; songs ; 
piano pieces ; Res. 610 Yale Station. 

DAVIES, HAROLD, concert pianist; director Piano Department New Haven 
School of Music; teacher of piano; Mrs. Harold Davies (Margaret Green- 
leaf) ; Res. 314 Shelton Avenue. 

DIDRIKSEN-ANDERSON, DEBORAH (Mrs. Albert S. Anderson), con- 
cert mezzo soprano ; church work ; Res. Harrison Court Apartments, Park 
Street. 

FOWLER, CHARLES R. ( organist and choirmaster Church of the Redeemer 
and St. John's P. E. Church; teacher of piano, singing, organ and theory; 
composer church services and songs ; Res. 22 Highland Street ; summer ad- 
dress, Plymouth, N. H. 

HAESCHE, PROFESSOR WILLIAM EDWIN,* instructor of Theory De- 
partment of Music Yale University; composer works for orchestra, choruses, 
songs, chamber music, etc.; Mrs. William Edwin Haesche (Nora Helena 
Russell) ; Res. 171 Bradley Street. 

HAGAN, MISS HELEN EUGENIA,* concert pianist, Bac. Mus. Yale Uni- 
versity ; graduate Schola Cantorum, Paris, France ; winner of Samuel S. 
Sanford Foreign Fellowship for $2,000 in piano and composition; pupil of 
Dr. Horatio Parker, Stanley H. Knight, Vincent D'Indy and Blanche Selva ; 
concert tours in America 1914, 1915, 1916; composer of works for piano 
and orchestra in manuscript; Res. 83 Whalley Avenue. 



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HUNI, HAROLD, concert baritone ; secretary New Haven School of Music, 
Inc. ; choirmaster St. Thomas P. E. Church ; soloist Temple Mishkan Israel ; 
teacher of singing; Mrs. Harold Huni (Estelle Merica), violinist; teacher of 
violin ; address, 740 Chapel Street. 

JEPSON, HARRY BENJAMIN,* Professor of Applied Music and Uni- 
versity Organist, Yale University ; concert organist ; composer ; address, De- 
partment of Music, Yale University. 

LEOPOLD, E. A.,* baritone, teacher of singing ; manager Yale University 
(Woolsey Hall) concerts; composer "If," "Little Flower," "Could'st Thou 
but Know," "Love's Question," "Love's Answer," "When Memory Makes," 
and other songs; studios, 890 Chapel Street, New Haven; 721 Main Street, 
Hartford. 

MUSE, MISS VICTORIA JOSEPHINE, organist St. Luke's P. E. Church ; 
pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 169 Bassett Street. 

PARKER, HORATIO W., Mus. Doc., musical director; lecturer; author; 
professor of theory and dean Department of Music Yale University ; com- 
poser operas, oratorios, cantatas, songs; works include: "Hora Novissima," 
"St. Christopher," "Mona" ; Mrs. Horatio W. Parker (Anna Ploessl) ; Res. 
420 Temple Street. 

SEELEY, JAMES WYLLIS, musical director New Haven City Band and 
Seeley's Orchestra; vice-president City Band; teacher of violin, 'cello and 
ensemble ; composer songs : "When Outside the Temple Gates," "Inside 
the Mansion," "Will You Meet Me, Honey, Yonder," "Come to Me, My 
Love" ; works for band and orchestra ; studio, 890 Chapel Street. 

SMITH, DAVID STANLEY, professor of music Yale University; com- 
poser 1 symphony, 2 quartets, 4 lyrics for women's voices, "Ave Jes" (rhap- 
sody for chorus and orchestra) ; Mrs. David Stanley Smith (Cora Deming 
Welch) ; Res. 755 Whitney Avenue. 

STOCK, GEORGE CHADWICK,* singer; formerly made concert tours; 
teacher of singing (over 20 years in New Haven) ; contributing editor The 
Etude (Philadelphia) and The Musician (Boston) ; author "Guiding Thoughts 
for Singers" ; composer songs : "Life Lesson," "Easter Dawn," "My Faith 
Looks Up to Thee," "Route Marchin'," "Songs of the Seasons," etc. ; Mrs. 
George Chad wick Stock (Alice Burnham Riley) ; Res. 158 Maple Street; 
summer address, Musicolony, Rhode Island. 

TROOSTWYK, PROFESSOR ISADOR, concert violinist; extended tours 
in Europe; concertmeister New Haven Symphony Orchestra; formerly con- 
certmeister Concert Gebruw, orchestra of Amesterdam, Holland ; founder and 
conductor New Haven String Orchestra (consisting of amateurs, semi- 
professionals and professional players) ; instructor of violin department of 
music Yale University; Mrs. Isador Troostwyk (Ema Dessauer), concert 
pianist ; composer works for piano ; Res. 498 Orange Street. 



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WILLIAMS, MISS HELEN,* pianist; organist Holy Rosary Church of 
Ansonia, Conn. ; teacher of piano New Haven School of Music ; Res. 64 
Platt Street, Ansonia. 

NORFOLK 

PAINE, RICHMOND P., conductor Litchfield County Choral Union and 
Norfolk Festival Chorus (Festival Chorus includes Norfolk Glee Club, 
Winsted Choral Union, the Salisbury Choir, the Canaan Choral Society and 
the Torrington Musical Association.) 



NORWALK 

COCHRAN, JOHN W., American representative of Madame Teresa Carreno ; 
Res. 36 Prospect Avenue. 

NEWKIRK, LILLIAN SHERWOOD (Mrs. James Cannon Newkirk),* 
concert soprano ; teacher of singing ; director of music Hillside School of 
Norwalk ; New York studio, Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway ; per- 
manent address, 11 Morgan Avenue. 



STAMFORD 

SCHUBERT STUDY CLUB 

MRS. F. S. WARDWELL, Highland Terrace President 

MRS. HENRY SCOFIELD, 471 Atlantic Street Vice-President 

Miss SARA M. WEBB, 292 Sumner Street Secretary 

MRS. WARREN F. CRESSY, 84 St. George Avenue Treasurer 

CAUFFMAN, FRANK G.,* baritone; teacher of singing; composer, 
<r Salammbo" (legend for orchestra), "Life" (cantata for soli chorus and 
orchestra), chamber music, church music; Res. 119 Broad Street. 

WARDWELL, MRS. FREDERICK SCHUYLER,* soprano; teacher of sing- 
ing ; chorus director ; soloist First Congregational Church ; chairman Music 
Department General Federation of Women's Clubs; for 17 years chairman 
Plan of Study Department National Federation of Musical Clubs; chairman 
of music Stamford Woman's Club ; honorary president Schubert Study Club ; 
author and publisher "Plan of Study on Musical History" (consisting of 17 
booklets with programs, for clubs, teachers, students and music lovers) ; 
Res. Highland Terrace. 



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WATERBURY 

CHORAL CLUB 

ISAAC B. CLARK, Musical Director 
50 Calumet Street 

W. PLUMMER GRETTER, Roseland Avenue President 

GEORGE R. YOUNG, 155 Chestnut Avenue Vice-President and Secretary 

ROLLIN P. CLARK, 68 Rudolph Avenue Treasurer 

BOYD, GEORGE EUSTIS,* vice-president Farnham Symphony Orchestra ; 
formerly active as singer and musical director; conducted Trinity Church 
and Masonic Choir of Waterbury ; was organist of Trinity Church and teacher 
of singing ; composer songs ; now engaged in real estate and insurance ; mem- 
ber of firm Rott & Boyd ; secretary Waterbury Hotel Corporation ; Mrs. George 
Eutis Boyd (Mercy W. Middlebrook) ; Res. 80 Linden Street; summer home, 
Wilton, Conn. 

CLARK, ISAAC BEECHER,* baritone soloist; teacher of voice; musical 
director Waterbury Choral Club ; choirmaster and soloist Prospect M. E. 
Church (Bristol, Conn.) ; director of Choral Music Westover School (Middle- 
bury, Conn.) ; Mrs. Isaac Beecher Clark (Gertrude Florence Smith), con- 
tralto soloist Second Congregational Church of Waterbury (17 years) ; Res. 
50 Calumet Street. 

DI VITO, JOSEPH NICHOLAS, teacher of violin ; winner of State Contest 
(1915) of Violinists' National Federation of Musical Clubs; Res. 987 Bank 
Street. 

PRENTZEL, PAUL, violinist; teacher of violin; manager of concerts by 
distinguished touring artists ; Res. 79 Central Avenue. 



DELAWARE 

WILMINGTON 

Delaware Committee for 

THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA 

Executive Committee 

MRS. JOHN B. BIRD, Rockford Park President 

MRS. WILLIAM BETTS, 1211 Gilpin Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. J. ERNEST SMITH, 1012 Jefferson Street Vice-President 

MRS. NORMAN S. HUXLEY, 1008 W. Tenth Street Secretary 

Miss ANNIE T. FLINN, 1201 Washington Street Treasurer 

MRS. OTHO NOWLAND, 2405 Willard Street Chairman Guarantee Fund 

MRS. WILLIAM N. BANNARD, 
2415 W. Seventeenth Street -Chairman Subscription Committee 

MRS. A. H. BERLIN, Belmont Apartment Chairman Press Committee 

MRS.. T. LESLIE CARPENTER 

Miss HELEN L. KURTZ, 1331 W. Eighth Street 

MRS. H. K. MILLER 



DELAWARE SAENGERBUND 

WILLIAM KIEPE, 802 Madison Street President 

FRANK KRASTEL, 936 Pine Street Vice-President 

CONRAD HEINEKAMPF, E. Eighth Street Secretary 

ALBERT ZUELKE, 112 Rodney Street Financial Secretary 

CHRISTIAN SEIDLE, 931 Spruce Street Treasurer 

BRADFIELD, MISS EDNA TURNER, concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; 
Res. 502 W. Fourteenth Street. 

CARPENTER, T. LESLIE, organist and choirmaster Trinity P. E. Church ; 
musical director Opera Club and Oratorio Society; concert organist; teacher 
of singing, piano, organ and theory; composer "Te Deum" in G minor, Com- 
munion Service in C, songs, works for piano; Mrs. T. Leslie Carpenter 
(Annie Waterman) ; Res. 827 Adams Street. 

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FLINN, MISS ANNIE TAYLOR, teacher of piano and theory; Res. 1201 

Washington Street. 

GRIFFITH, RUTH H. (Mrs. Charles E. Griffith), teacher of piano; Res. 813 
Adams Street. 

HANEY, BELLA SIMMONS (Mrs. Bruce Haney), violinist; ensemble; 
teacher of violin ; Res. 827 Jackson Street. 

HUXLEY, MRS. NORMAN S.,* pianist; chairman of music New Century 
Club of Wilmington ; Res. 1008 W. Tenth Street. 

KRUMME, MISS NELL C., supervisor of music Wilmington Public Schools ; 
has organized a glee club (mixed) at Wilmington High School; also a girls' 
chorus; choir director and soloist First Presbyterian Church. 

LORE, MISS EMMA, teacher of singing; musical director New Century 
Club Chorus ; Res. Delaware Apartments. 

WALES, MISS ISABEL BELIN,* concert mezzo-soprano; recitals (child 
lore) ; soloist Unitarian Church of Wilmington; teacher of singing; Res. 1500 
Delaware Avenue. 

WALES, KATHERINE T. G.,* (Mrs. Leonard E. Wales), musical director 
and general manager Wilmington Opera Club ; director and soprano soloist 
Longport (N. J.) P. E. Church; soloist First Church of Christ Scientist, 
Philadelphia; soloist (1915-1916) Central Presbyterian Church, Wilmington; 
gives recitals in costume ; appearances in oratorio, opera and with orchestras ; 
Res. 1403 Gilpin Avenue; summer address, Longport, N. J. 

WYATT, FREDERICK W., concert baritone ; accompanist ; teacher of sing- 
ing; choirmaster Westminster Presbyterian Church; studio, 804 Orange 
Street; Res. 1619 Rodney Street. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON 

WASHINGTON ORATORIO SOCIETY 

SYDNEY LLOYD WRIGHTSON, Musical Director 
2123 Le Roy Place 

HENRY H. FREEMAN, St. John's Church President 

GEORGE P. TUCKER, 802 Massachusetts Avenue, N. E Vice-President 

MRS. ROBERT H. FATT, 702 Nineteenth Street Secretary 

ROBERT M. MILANE, 3547 Holmeod Avenue Treasurer 



MONDAY MORNING MUSIC CLUB 

EDGAR PRIEST, Musical Director 
3610 Newton Place 

MRS. ELLIOTT WOODS, Stoneleigh Court President 

MRS. I. L. EDWARDS, 1908 F Street First Vice-President 

MRS. CHARLES W. FAIRFAX, 1918 R Street Second Vice-President 

MRS. ROBERT E. NELSON, 1736 P Street Secretary and Treasurer 



FRIDAY MORNING MUSIC CLUB 
Miss LUCY BRICKSTEIN, Musical Director 

1618 Nineteenth Street 

HEINRICH HAMMER, Chorus Director 

Glendale, Maryland 

MRS. EUGENE BYRNES, 3238 R Street President 

MRS. R. C. DEAN, 1736 I Street Vice-President 

Miss HELEN STONE, 1618 R Street Secretary 

MRS. F. W. TRUE, 1320 Fairmont Street Manager 

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RUBINSTEIN CLUB 

MRS. A. M. BLAIR, Musical Director 
Raleigh Hotel 

MRS. HOBART BROOKS, 816 Fifteenth Street Honorary President 

MRS. CLARENCE B. RHEEM, 1612 S Street, N. W President 

MRS. R. H. DALGLEISH, 2441 Ontario Road V ice-President 

Miss MATTIE GIBSON, 1422 S. Street, N. W Vice-President 

Miss BLANCHE YEWELL, 3004 Thirteenth Street Secretary 

MRS. ALFRED GAGE, 3905 Legation Street, Chevy Chase, D. C Treasurer 

Miss ELIZABETH LECKIE, 1335 Harvard Street Libraian 



PEABODY CLUB 

WALTER CHARMBURY President 

MARIE McCouRT Vice-President 

NABIHA DAOUD Secretary 

HELEN MILLER Treasurer 

(The Peabody Club of Washington was organized November, 
1915, mainly for the purpose of promoting a closer fraternity 
among musicians who are present or former students of the Pea- 
body Conservatory of Music of Baltimore, Md.) 

ANGEVINE, DANIEL GILBERT, concert tenor; soloist Church of the 
Epiphany; Res. 3316 Mt. Pleasant Street. 

BROOKS, KATE SCOTT (Mrs. Hobart Brooks),* soprano; pianist; music 
critic and society editor Washington Society; honorary president Rubinstein 
Club of Washington ; formerly music critic Washington Evening Post; Res. 
2472 Ontario Road. 

BROSIUS, EDYTHE MARMION (Mrs. John Brosius),* concert harpist; 
teacher of concert and Irish harps ; member music faculty Summer School of 
Catholic University of America, The Rosa Virginia Sands School, and Chevy 
Chase (D. C.) Seminary; Res. The Stoddard, Twenty-ninth and Q Streets. 



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BURBAGE, MISS ALICE E., concert pianist; pupil of Carreno, Berlin; 
holder of the diploma, a scholarship and Helbig Prize at the Leipzig Con- 
servatory, Reinecke and Weidenbach (piano), and Jadassohn and Schreck 
(theory) ; teacher of piano; Res. 1415 Twentieth Street, N. W. 

CARBAUH, EARL, concert baritone; teacher of singing; studio, 1320 F 
Street, N. W. ; Mrs. Earl Carbauh (Lillian A. Maurer) ; Res. The Alabama. 

CHARMBURY, WALTER (Sinfonian),* concert pianist; soloist with Mes- 
dames Gadski (2 seasons), Rappold and Metzger, and Messrs. Scotti and 
Whitehill ; president Peabody Club of Washington ; teacher of piano ; formerly 
director of music Hood College (Frederick, Md.) ; teacher of piano; studio, 
Belasco Theatre ; address also 250 W. Eighty-seventh Street, New York City. 

CHEESMAN, MISS HELMA M.,* teacher of singing; choirmaster Church 
of Our Savior; singer; musical director Priscilla Musical Club (1915-16); 
Res. 1021 Newton Street, N. E. 

COMSTOCK, OSCAR FRANKLIN,* baritone ; teacher of piano and singing; 
composer Communion Service in G ; anthems ; song, "Thou Wast That All To 
Me" ; organist and choirmaster Trinity P. E. Church ; Res. 1340 New York 
Avenue. 

CRYDER, MISS MARY ALSOP,* teacher of singing, sight reading and 
repertoire in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish; manages ap- 
pearances of distinguished artists in Washington; Res. 1911 N Street, N. W. 

DALGLEISH, BLANCHE MUIR (Mrs. Robert Hamilton Dalgleish), con- 
cert contralto ; teacher of singing ; musical director Washington Heights Pres- 
byterian Church ; first vice-president Rubinstein Club of Washington ; Res. 
2441 Ontario Road. 

FREEMAN, HENRY H.,* president Washington Oratorio Society ; organist 
and choirmaster St. John's P. E. Church; during summer months organist 
and choirmaster Church of the Transfiguration at Blue Ridge Summit, Frank- 
lin County, Pa. ; member of faculty Washington College of Music, Colonial 
School for Girls, Fairmont Seminary for Girls and Paul Institute for Girls; 
Res. 1421 Monroe Street, N. W. 

GAWLER, ETHEL HOLTZCLAW (Mrs. Walter Arlington Gawler), con- 
cert soprano; recitals; Res. 1714 Kilbourne Place. 

GLENNAN, MISS JENNIE, musical director Gaelic Society of Washington ; 
organist and choir director St. Patrick's R. C. Church ; Res. The Alwyn, 
1882 Columbia Road. 

GREENE, THOMAS EVANS,* concert and operatic tenor; formerly tenor 
Marble Collegiate Church, New York; leading tenor with The Bostonians, 
Lillian Russell, Oscar Hammerstein, Henry W. Savage, Tivoli Opera House, 
San Francisco, etc. ; president Wilson-Greene School of Music, 2601 and 2647 
Connecticut Avenue. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 47 

HAMMER, HEINRICH,* conductor Washington Symphony Orchestra, 
Friday Morning Music Club and Festival Chorus ; composer "Dirk Staenkamp" 
(opera), "Columbia Triumphant" (oratorio), 3 American Indian Rhapsodies, 
"Te Deum", Symphony in C Minor, songs; Mrs. Heinrich Hammer (Maria 
Cornelia de Saar, M.D.) ; Res. Glendale, Maryland. 

HARNED, ALBERT W.,* concert organist ; organist and choirmaster St. 
Alban's Church ; visiting choirmaster Church of The Ascension ; musical direc- 
tor Community Singing Society ; manager Corinne Lockett, dramatic soprano, 
and Jessie Masters, contralto; Mrs. Albert W. Harned (Florence Everest); 
Res. 1111 Thirteenth Street, N. W. 

HARPER, MISS BEULAH LUCILE, contralto soloist Church of the Cove- 
nant (afternoon and evening services) ; precentor morning service Gurley 
Memorial Church; teacher of singing Washington College of Music. 

KASPAR-LAWSON, FRANCESKA (Mrs. Huron W. Lawson),* concert 
soprano ; recitals ; oratorio ; appearances with Philadelphia Orchestra, Phila- 
delphia Orpheus Club, Washington (D. C.) Choral Society, United States 
Marine Band, Coker College (Hartsville, S. C.) ; engaged for Recital Artist 
Course, Birmingham, Ala. ; recitals at the White House, Princeton University, 
other colleges, many schools and clubs ; Res. 1706 Rhode Island Avenue, N. W. 

LENT, ERNEST,* concert violoncellist; teacher of 'cello, piano and violin; 
composer chamber music, songs and works for piano; Res. 1528 Corcoran 
Street ; summer home, 1941 Arlington Place, Madison, Wis. 

LENT, MARY S. (Mrs. Ernest Lent),* concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
Res. 1528 Corcoran Street; summer home, 1941 Arlington Place, Madison, 
Wis. 

LOVETTE, DR. T. S.,* concert pianist; composer; orchestral and choral 
conductor ; musical director Fine Arts Department Baylor College ; Mrs. T. S. 
Lovette (Eva Whitford), concert soprano; head of Voice Department Baylor 
College ; Res. 3369 Eighteenth Street, N. W. ; see Belton, Texas. 

LUDERO. MISS HERMINE, head of Music Department Madeira School; 
pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 1517 Thirty-first Street. 

LYONS, MISS GERTRUDE,* concert lyric soprano ; oratorio ; recital ; chil- 
dren's songs by American composers a specialty; engaged for Worcester 
(Mass.) and Bethlehem (N. H.) music festivals; also for Boston Sextette; 
manager Cecelia Concert Company of Washington ; Res. Windsor Apartment 
101, 1425 T Street, N. W. 

MAC BRIDE, MISS JESSIE, music critic The Washington Times; formerly 
music critic and music editor The Washington Post; Res. The Wyoming. 

MULLALY, MISS MARY E., pianist ; teacher of piano and organ ; registrar 
D. C. Chapter American Guild of Organists ; Res. 50 T Street, N. W. 



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O'CONNOR, C. W.,* Director of Studio Hall ; a school of singing (Ethel Noble 
Johnson) ; piano (Alwardo Casselman) ; languages (Louise Haslam Groo- 
nan) : dancing (Charlotte Louise Hogan) and dramatic art (C. W. O'Con- 
nor) ; address, 1219 Connecticut Avenue. 

RAMSDELL, MRS. MAY BROOKS,* musical editor Evening and Sunday 
Star; organist; pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 1724 T Street. 

REED, MRS. WILLIAM T., concert contralto; soloist Calvary Baptist 
Church; Musurgia Quartet; teacher of singing; charter member Rubinstein 
Club of Washington; Res. 1116 Euclid Street. 

ROBESON, CLAUDE,* organist and musical director Mount Pleasant 
Congregational Church ; pianist ; teacher of piano, organ and theory ; Res. 
1339 Irving Street, N. W. 

SHEEHY, MISS EDNA JAMES,* dramatic soprano; teacher of singing; 
music director Glee Club, College Women's Club of Washington ; Res. 2014 
P Street, N. W. 

SIMON, OTTO TORNEY, teacher of singing; head of vocal departments 
Holton Arms School of Fairmount Seminary ; musical director Motet Choral 
Society (mixed voices) ; author "Breath-control in Singing," "The Study of 
Vocal Physiology," "Science and Singing," etc.; Res. 1720 P Street, N. W. 

SMITH, MISS MAY ELEANOR, harmony specialist; pupil of George W. 
Chadwick at New England Conservatory, Boston ; 4 years head of Harmony 
department Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, Va. ; 2 years a 
teacher at Stern Conservatory, Berlin, Germany ; teacher of theoretical 
branches; composer songs; Res. 2215 Fourteenth Street, N. W. ; summer 
address, Flint Hill, Va. 

' SMITH, T. ARTHUR,* manager of recitals, concerts, etc., for Washington 
and Baltimore ; local representative Philadelphia Orchestra, and New York 
Symphony Society; founder Ten Star Concert Series; address, 1306 G Street, 
N. W. ; summer address, "Restawhile," Carrollton, Maryland. 

SONNECK, OSCAR G., chief of music division Library of Congress ; editor 
Musical Quarterly; Res. 3030 Macomb Street, Cleveland Park. 

TITTMANN, CHARLES TROWBRIDGE,* concert basso; oratorio; re- 
cital; formerly soloist St. Paul's Church (Boston), Calvary (New York), 
and St. John's (Washington, D. C.) ; soloist with clubs, orchestras and 
specially engaged for "Christmas Oratorio," Bach Festival, Bethlehem, Pa. ; 
soloist and precentor All Souls' Unitarian Church, Washington ; Mrs. 
Charles Trowbridge Tittmann (Julia Audenried Crosby) ; address, 901 
Evans Building. 



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UNSCHULD, MARIE VON (Madame Henry Lazard),* concert pianist; 
president and director Von Unschuld University of Music ; author "The Hand 
of the Pianist," "The Supplement to the Hand of the Pianist," "The Scale 
Practice Throughout the Circle of Fifths," "The Von Unschuld Method of 
Piano Playing and Teaching" ; received Austrian Government's diploma of 
Professor of Music ; court pianist to Queen of Roumania ; Res. 2471 Eight- 
eenth Street, N. W. 

WILSON, MISS MARGARET WOODROW, soprano ; has contributed her 
charming voice and talents to numerous charitable and social events; Res. 
The White House. 

WILSON-GREENE, KATE (Mrs. Thomas Evans Greene),* treasurer 
Wilson-Greene School of Music; for 11 years manager leading orchestras 
and world's greatest artists in their Washington appearances ; address, 2647 
Connecticut Avenue; summer address, 217 Oriental Avenue, Atlantic City, 
N. J. 

WRIGHTSON, SYDNEY LLOYD,* concert baritone ; teacher of singing ; 
musical director Washington Oratorio Society and Evening Choir Club; 
choirmaster Church of the Covenant; Mrs. Sydney Lloyd Wrightson (Claire 
Perry) ; Res. 2123 Le Roy Place, N. W. 



FLORIDA 

JACKSONVILLE 

ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY 

LYMAN P. PRIOR, Musical Director 
23 West Adams Street 

DR. L. S. CHADWICK, East Bay Street President 

R. J. COLE, 204 West Bay Street Secretary and Treasurer 

LADIES' FRIDAY MUSICALE 

LYMAN P. PRIOR, Musical Director 
23 West Adams Street 

MRS. JAMES MC-NEILL WRIGHT, 2413 St. Johns Avenue President 

MRS. E. SCREVEN BOND, 1940 St. Johns Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. RAYMOND C. TURCK, 1535 Riverside Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. PAUL COLSON PERRY, 210 Laura Street Secretary 

MRS. HEBER WELLER, Box 1492 Recording Secretary 

MRS. JAMES C. DARBY, 1338 Hubbard Street Treasurer 

APOLLO GLEE CLUB 

LYMAN P. PRIOR, Musical Director 
23 West Adams Street 

MARION B. BOWLES, Florida Life Building President 

RAYMOND J. COLE, 204 W. Bay Street Secretary and Treasurer 

BEYINI, LOUISE TOZIER (Madame Stasso Beyini), soprano; teacher of 
singing School of Musical Art ; Res. 240 W. Church Street. 

COLLETT, MADAME VALBORG MORDT, teacher of piano ; Res. 1701 
Oak Street. 

DAVIS, MISS ANNIE KING, pianist; teacher of piano School of Musical 
Art ; Res. 240 W. Church Street. 

FOSTER, MISS BERTHA M.,* director School of Musical Art; concert 
organist ; teacher of organ and theory ; organist St. John's Church, and 
organist and choir director Jewish Synagogue ; Res. 240 W. Church Street. 

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MENCKE, FREDRIKKE MORDT (Mrs. Andrew Mencke),* pianist; 
teacher of piano ; coaching ; ensemble ; choir director Riverside Presbyterian 
Church ; Res. 1405 Myra Street. 

PATTON, MISS ALMA, violinist; teacher of violin School of Musical Art; 
Res. 240 W. Church Street. 

PRIOR, LYMAN P.,* concert baritone; recital; oratorio; teacher of singing; 
composer ; choirmaster St. John's Episcopal Church ; musical director Ladies' 
Friday Musicale, The Apollo Club, The Jacksonville Orchestral Society ; Res. 
2249 Post Street ; summer home, 27 N. Sheridan Road, Highland Park, 111. 

SMITH, GEORGE HOYT,* music and dramatic editor Jacksonville Times- 
Union; musical director Jacksonville Choral Society; member (baritone) St. 
John's Episcopal Vested Choir; member Apollo Glee Club; Mrs. George 
Hoyt Smith (Mabel Claire Warriner) ; Res. 2121 College Avenue. 



ORLANDO 

HANCHETT, DR. HENRY GRANGER, pianist ; organist ; teacher of organ, 
piano and theory ; organist P. E. Cathedral, Orlando ; author, "Teaching as a 
Science," "The Art of the Musician," and other works on musical and 
medical subjects; composer church music; Mrs. Henry Granger Hanchett 
(Grace Mather) ; Res. 107 America Street. 



PENSACOLA 

MITCHELL, DR. CHARLES R.,* concert baritone; violinist; conductor 
Ladies' Choral Club ; choirmaster First Christian Church ; Mrs. Charles R. 
Mitchell (Anna M. Sniff), organist First Christian Church; address, 212 
Blount Building. 

ST. AUGUSTINE 
ST. CECILIA CLUB 

Miss ALLEEN COOPER, San Marco Avenue President 

MRS. W. MAINE HUTSON, Sevilla Street Vice-President 

Miss IDA FLOYD, Bay Street Secretary 

MRS. F. M. ALLEN, Water Street Treasurer 

HARVEY, T. MORLEY,* Licentiate Trinity College of Music, London, 
England ; organist Flagler Memorial Church, St. Augustine ; Res. 30 
Cincinnati Avenue. 



FLORIDA 



TALLAHASSEE 

OPPERMAN, MISS ELLA SCOBLE, director of music Florida State Col- 
lege ; concert organist ; pianist ; teacher of organ and piano ; organist and 
choirmaster Methodist Episcopal Church ; address, Florida State College. 

SPARKES, MISS ISABEL W., concert soprano ; teacher of singing Florida 
State College for Women; Res. 167 N. Calhoun Street. 



TAMPA 

FRIDAY MORNING MUSICALE 
Miss HULDA KREHER, Musical Director 

1908 Tampa Street 
MADAME HELEN STEER-SAXBY, Chorus Director 

607 Bay Street 
Miss MAMIE CASTELIA DAWSON, Cedar and Grand Central Avenues. .President 

MRS. J. A. M. GRABLE, 213 Plant Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. M. M. TAYLOR, 245 Plant Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. LYLE GRIFFIN, 214 Hyde Park Place Secretary 

MRS. C. S. ELIOT, 230 Hyde Park Place Treasurer 

FARRAR, FREDERIC EMERSON,* teacher of piano, singing and composi- 
tion ; composer "A Corner in Elizabeth's Garden" ; other works for piano ; 
Res. 909 Franklin Street ; summer address, Bradford, Mass. ; resided in 
Nashville, Tenn., for 22 years. 

SAXBY, MADAME HELENE STEER (nee Hausser),* concert pianist and 
singer ; pupil of Stavenhagen and Garcia ; teacher of piano, singing, theory 
and ensemble; coaching; composer "Glycine" and "Two Brothers" (songs) ; 
"Cherokee Rose" (cantata) ; piano pieces, songs, etc.; Res. 607 Bay Street. 

WEST PALM BEACH 

DOE, MRS. JOHN WATSON (Amy Rice), pianist; organist Bethesda-by- 
the-Sea, Palm Beach ; director Studio Music Education ; president Study 
Club of Palm Beach ; summer address, Bar Harbor, Maine. 



GEORGIA 

ATHENS 

CAMPBELL, DR. J. P., organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church ; 
pianist; composer church music; associate editor "Psalms and Hymns" (Pres- 
byterian) ; Res. 148 Mell Street. 

GAITHER, MISS EMILY, pianist; teacher of piano Lucy Cobb Institute; 
address, Lucy Cobb Institute. 

HODGSON, HUGH LESLIE, organist and choirmaster Central Presbyterian 
Church; pianist; composer works for piano, 1 operetta, songs; Mrs. Hugh 
Leslie Hodgson (Kate Knox Blake) ; Res. 165 S. Milledge Avenue. 

LEAKE, MISS ELIZABETH, director of music Lucy Cobb Institute; 
pianist ; address, Lucy Cobb Institute. 

MORRIS, MRS. JOHN, director violin department Lucy Cobb Institute; 
violin soloist ; teacher of violin ; Res. 145 Mell Street. 

MORTON, J. AUDLEY, chairman Athens Musical Association ; has man- 
aged many musical enterprises ; Res. Henderson Avenue. 

ATLANTA 

ATLANTA MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

WILLIAM LAWSON PEEL, American National Bank President 

H. M. ATKINSON, Ga. Ry. and Power Building Vice-President 

ROBERT S. WESSELLS, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company Secretary 

C. B. BIDWELL, Fourth National Bank Building Treasurer 

Directors 

H. M. ATKINSON, Georgia Railway and Power Building 
C. B. BIDWELL, Fourth National Bank Building 
W. M. BROWNLEE 
BEN LEE CREW 

JOHN W. GRANT, 423 Peachtree Street 
JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES 
JAMES R. GRAY, Peachtree Road 
CLARK HOWELL, 741 Peachtree Street 
V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 66 Moreland Avenue 
JOHN E. MURPHY, 979 Peachtree Street 
W. L. PEEL, American National Bank 
R. S. WESSELLS, Pittsburgh Plater Glass Company 
W. WOODS WHITE, 32 Howard Street 
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BARILI, ALFREDO, concert pianist ; teacher of piano, singing, harmony 
and counterpoint ; director Barili School of Music ; conductor Club "Polym- 
nia" composer "Cradle Song" (piano) ; other works for piano; songs; Mrs. 
Alfred Barili (Emily Vezin), pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano Barili 
School of Music; Res. 167 Myrtle Street. 

BARTHOLOMEW, MISS MARGUERITE, pianist; organist; teacher of 
piano, theory and harmony; organist and choir director West End Baptist 
Church ; Res. 69 Penn Avenue. 

BLATTERMAN, MISS KATE K.,* pianist ; organist ; teacher of elementary 
theory, normal, piano, Atlanta Conservatory of Music; formerly teacher of 
piano College of Music (Cincinnati, Ohio) ; pupil of the late William H. 
Sherwood of Chicago, 111.; Res. 14 Park Lane, Ansley Park, Atlanta. 

GERARD-THIERS, ALBERT,* tenor soloist; teacher of singing; president 
Gerard-Thiers Vocal College; musical director of Cantata Club (70 ladies' 
voices) of Atlanta, and Choral Club (100 mixed voices) of Marietta (Ga.) ; 
author "Technique of Musical Expression" (a text book *or singers) ; 
address, Baptist Tabernacle, 78 Luckie Street; Res. 101 W. Harris Street. 

LEFFINGWELL, W. W., violinist; conductor; director violin department 
Southern University of Music'; conductor University Symphony Orchestra 
of Atlanta; Mrs. W. W. Leffingwell (Harriet Boyes) ; address, Southern 
University of Music, 97 l / 2 Peachtree Street. 

MUELLER, KURT,* concert pianist; director piano department, president 
and treasurer Southern University of Music; author of theoretical studies 
for teaching; edited classical and modern works; Mrs. Kurt Mueller (Clara 
Krall), soprano; teacher of singing and piano Southern University of Music; 
Res. 353 Peachtree Street. 

SMITH, MISS CLARA MAE, pianist, accompanist ; teacher of piano Atlanta 
Conservatory of Music, Peachtree and Broad Streets. 

STARR, LINTON K., music critic Atlanta Journal; correspondent Musical 
America and Music Trades; Mrs. Linton K. Starr (Sara Skinner) ; Res. 8 
Severn Avenue. 

TUCKER, MISS NANA, editor the musical page Atlanta Journal; pianist; 
accompanist ; teacher of piano ; graduate the Barili School of Music ; Res. 
349 Lee Street. 

WATTERS, WILFORD,* director voice department Atlanta Conservatory 
of Music ; baritone soloist ; teacher of singing ; graduate National Conserva- 
tory of Music, New York ; a pupil of Jacques Bouhy ; Res. 81 E. Park Lane, 
Ansley Park. 



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GAINESVILLE 

ALBERTI, LOUIS,* director of vocal and theoretical departments Brenau 
College Conservatory of Music; (graduate Copenhagen University, pupil of 
Johann Bartholdi and Sextus Miskow; later studied singing with Agrimonte 
in New York) ; for 4 years connected with New York School of Opera and 
Oratorio; formerly director of music La Grange (Ga.) Female College, 
Hollins (Va.) College, Sullin College (Bristol, Va.), and Crescent College, 
Eureka Springs, Ark. ; address, Brenau College. 



MACON 

GILLETTE, JAMES ROBERT, professor of organ and theory of music, 
Wesleyan College ; organist and choirmaster St. Paul's P. E. Church ; com- 
poser for organ "Grand Choeur Dialogue," "A Shepherd's Tale" (pastorale), 
"Chant d'Amour" ; anthems, songs and the cantata "The Light Everlasting" ; 
Mrs. James Robert Gillette (Mildred H. Bennett) ; address Wesleyan 
College. 

MAERZ, JOSEPH,* musical director Wesleyan College; concert pianist; 
teacher of piano ; composer works for orchestra, piano, violin and songs ; 
Mrs. Joseph Maerz (Glenn Priest); address, Wesleyan College; summer 
address, Ridgewood, N. J. 



MARIETTA 

CHORAL CLUB 

ALBERT GERARD-THIERS, Musical Director Baptist Tabernacle 
78 Luckie Street, Atlanta 

Miss VIRGINIA V. CROSBY President 

Miss MARY LIZZIE BENSON Vice-President 

Miss ODESSA GIFFORD Secretary 

Miss EVELYN CLAY.. .Treasurer 



ROME 

THOMAS, JOHN (graduate Cincinnati Conservatory of Music) ; director 
of music Shorter College; address, Shorter College, Rome. 



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SAVANNAH 

SAVANNAH MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. T. P. BAILEY, Musical Director 

212 W. Hall Street 

A. R. LAWTON, SR President 

MRS. V. P. BAILEY, 212 W. Hall Street Vice-President 

J. DEBRUYN KOPS, 47 Brayton Street Treasurer 

BISHOP, IOLA GRETCHELL (Mrs. William Alfred Bishop), music critic 
for Savannah Press; organist and choir director First Presbyterian Church ; 
accompanist ; prepares manuscripts for publication ; Res. 81 1 Habersham 
Street. 



HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 

HONOLULU 

MORNING MUSIC CLUB 
MRS. R. D. MEAD, Wilder Avenue President 

ADAMS, W. D., manager Hawaiian Opera House; address, Honolulu, 
Hawaiian Islands. 

CASPER, GEORGE, concert violinist; teacher of violin; composer works 
for violin and piano ; Res. 1704 Anapuni Street. 

CLARKE, MISS MARGARET, director of music Oahn College, address, 
the College. 

WERTHMUELLER, MISS ELSE, pianist ; (pupil of Bloomfield-Zeisler) ; 
teacher of piano ; Res. 2129 Kamehameha Avenue. 



IDAHO 

CALDWELL 

BEALE, FREDERIC FLEMING,* pianist ; organist ; teacher of piano, organ 
and harmony; director of music College of Idaho; composer "God of the 
Open Air" (cantata), "Dance Caprice" (orchestra), "The Final Easter" 
(anthem); songs: "Margaret," "Dream Yet Awhile With Me," "Lowest 
Trees Have Tops"; organist and choirmaster First Methodist Church of 
Caldwell; Mrs. Frederic Fleming Beale (Mary E. Meyer), soprano; teacher 
of piano and singing. 



POCATELLO 

FLO, ADNA SMITH (Mrs. Hans Flo), soprano; teacher of singing; director 
Albany (Ore.) College Conservatory of Music; choir director First Presby- 
terian Church (Albany, Ore.) ; Res. 337 S. Johnson Street; summer address, 
Kendrick, Idaho. 

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ILLINOIS 

AURORA 

DETWEILER, HARRY R.,* pianist; teacher of piano; musical director 
Columbia Conservatory (Aurora) ; organist and choirmaster New England 
Congregational Church ; conductor Chicago Musical College Chorus ; com- 
poser "Adoration" (song) ; Mrs. Harry R. Detweifer (Sybil Verne Hall) ; 
Res. 491 N. Lake Street. 

BATAVIA 

BATAVIA MUSICAL CLUB 

H. B. BARTHOLOMEW, Conductor 

J. WAID MOORE President 

Miss MILDRED SHAW Vice-President 

Miss MAUDE E. BUELTER Secretary 

Miss JESSIE BAKER Treasurer 

BELVIDERE 

AMATEUR MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. W. G. HAWKEY President 

MRS. C. A. STONE First Vice-President 

Miss WINIFRED Fox Second Vice-President 

MRS. JESSE HANNAH Secretary 

MRS. M. D. PERKINS Treasurer 

BLOOMINGTON 

EVANS, RUBY,* soprano in concert, oratorio, opera; teacher of singing; 
head of voice department Illinois Wesleyan College of Music. 

GRIEVES, WALLACE,* violinist; concert; recital; head of violin depart- 
ment Wesleyan College of Music; pupil of Ovide Musin (New York) ; win- 
ner National Federation of Musical Clubs' Contest, 1915; address, Wesleyan 
College of Music. 

MARTON, GEORGE W.,* baritone ; teacher of singing Bloomington School 
of Music; conductor Bloomington Band (45 pieces) and Consistory Band 
(32 pieces); choirmaster Grace M. E. Church; has sung many baritone 
roles in light opera ; address, Bloomington. 

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CHICAGO 

CHICAGO OPERA ASSOCIATION 

CLEOFONTE CAMPANINI, General Director 
Auditorium Theater 

JOHN A. CHAPMAN, 30 N. LaSalle Street President 

CHARLES G. DAWES, 125 W. Monroe Street Vice-President 

HERBERT M. JOHNSON, 
Auditorium Theater Secretary, Treasurer and Business Manager 



CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

(Founded by Theodore Thomas) 

FREDERICK A. STOCK, Conductor 
5477 Hyde Park Boulevard 

CLYDE M. CARR, 1 130 Lake Shore Drive President 

CHARLES H. HAMILL, 30 E. Ontario Street Vice-President 

JOSEPH ADAMS, Lakotal Hotel Vice-President 

PHILO A. OTIS, 1709 Prairie Avenue Secretary 

FREDERICK J. WESSELS, Congress Hotel Treasurer 



AMERICAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF CHICAGO 

GLENN DILLARD GUNN, Conductor 
Fine Arts Building 

CHARLES G. DAWES, 125 W. Monroe Street President 

HOBART CHATFIELD-TAYLOR, Lake Forest, 111 Vice-President 

JOSEPH E. OTIS, 125 W. Monroe Street Treasurer 

H. J. FRIEDMAN, 6 N. Clark Street Secretary 

F. WIGHT NEUMANN, Kimball Building Manager 



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APOLLO MUSICAL CLUB 

HARRISON M. WILD, Conductor 
3263 Ellis Avenue 

THOMAS G. McCuLLOH, HE. Illinois Street President 

DR. F. W. BOOTH, 1124 Wilson Avenue Vice-President 

ARMOUR ARMSTRONG, 7332 Lowe Avenue Secretary 

EDGAR A. NELSON, 4448 Magnolia Avenue. . .Assist. Conductor and Accompanist 

F. H. HUNTLEY, 

1810 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, 111 Treasurer and Business Manager 



MENDELSSOHN CLUB 

HARRISON M. WILD, Conductor 
3262 Ellis Avenue 

FRED W. FRANK, 230 S. Elm wood Avenue, Oak Park, 111 President 

C. H. STRAWBRIDGE, 268 Arlington Avenue, Elmhurst, 111 Vice-President 

FRANK E. TRACY, 626 Federal Street Secretary 

J. WHELDON WILLIAMS, 725 N. Ridgeway Avenue Treasurer 

EL WOOD A. EMERY, 811 Lyon and Healy Building Librarian 

MRS. HARRIET MARTIN SNOW, 13838 Sheffield Avenue Business Manager 

Board of Directors 

F. F. BRADLEY, 2632 S. Dearborn Street 
HYDE W. PERCE, 54 W. Randolph Street 
RALPH S. HINMAN, 1527 N. California Avenue 
J. S. MOGENSON, 609 Fulton Street 
E. T. CLISSOLD, 327 S. LaSalle Street 



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MADRIGAL CLUB 

(Mixed Chorus 60 Voices) 

D. A. CLIPPINGER, Conductor 

1208-10 Kimball Hall 

A. L. WEBSTER, 111 W. Washington Street President 

Miss KATHERINE L. LITTLE, 1369 E. Fiftieth Street Vice-President 

MRS. JENNIE N. BALDWIN, 868 E. Thirty-ninth Street Secretary 

FRED H. JEFFREY, 721 Seventy-first Street Treasurer 

CHARLES L. HALL, 4460 Oakenwald Avenue Librarian 



MUSICAL ART SOCIETY 
HERBERT E. HYDE, Conductor 

3152 Pinegrove Avenue 
ROBERT R. BIRCH, Accompanist 

ARTHUR BISSELL, 410 S. Michigan Avenue President 

MRS. LOUISE HARRISON SLADE, 1243 N. State Street Vice-President 

MRS. HERBERT B. GOULD, 4701 Magnolia Avenue Secretary 

MRS. MABEL LAYFIELD, 4251 Vincenne Avenue Treasurer 

(A Cappella Chorus of 40 Professionals) 



ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION 

EDGAR A. NELSON, Bush Conservatory President 

MADAME RAGNA LINNE, Kimball Building First Vice-President 

CARL N. WERNTZ, 81 E. Madison Street Second V ice-President 

MRS. WILLIAM M. THOMPSON, 512 Wrightwood Avenue .. Third Vice-President 
MRS. HELEN BRIGHT BENGEL, 6042 Stony Island Avenue. . .Recording Secretary 
MRS. F. W. MEADOWS, 630 Linden Avenue, Wilmette, . . Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. RUBY G. BABLER, 228 Wisconsin Avenue, Oak Park Treasurer 

MADAME RAGNA LINNE Chairman Junior Department 



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WOMAN'S MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. HARRISON G. WELLS, 3659 Lexington Street President 

MRS. JEREMIAH HALLISSY, 3841 West End Avenue First Vice-President 

MRS. ALBERT J. OCHSNER, 2106 Sedgwick Street Second Vice-President 

MRS. CHARLES D. WATERBURY, 

425 S. Spring Street, LaGrange, 111 Recording Secretary 

MRS. EDMUND JOSEPH TYLER, 5102 Sheridan Road. . . .Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. GRACE COOK DECAMP, 920 Lawrence Avenue Treasurer 

MRS. EDYTHE PRUYN HALL, 4326 Greenwood Avenue Auditor 

Board of Directors 

MRS. ELEANORE CAPPS HOSTLER, UN. Parkside Avenue 

MRS. ELLA O'NEAL CORRIGAN, 6145 Glenwood Avenue 

MRS. MARIE HOOVER ELLIS, 1431 Jarvis Avenue 

MRS. FLETCHER DOBYNS, 67 E. Division Street 

Miss JULIA MANIERRE, 1507 Dearborn Parkway 

MRS. BYRDE KITSON SCHWARZ, 223 E. Fifty-sixth Street 

MRS. JOSEPH RALSTON BLAIR, 5009 Winthrop Avenue 



HAYDN CHORAL SOCIETY 

H. W. OWENS, Conductor 
1516 Mailers Building 

RICHARD PROUD, 512 Peoples Gas Building President 

Miss IDARENA HAMBLEN, 515 N. Central Avenue V ice-President 

J. W. DORSEY, 420 E. 40th Street Secretary 

E. A. FRANCES, Athenaeum Building Treasurer 



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BACH CHORAL SOCIETY OF CHICAGO 

JOHN W. NORTON, Musical Director 
666 Rush Street 

ALBERT COTSWORTH, 106 N. LaSalle Street President 

MRS. W. C. WILLIAMSON, 3901 W. Van Buren Street ^ice-President 

MRS. JOHN E. MACDONALD, 2150 DeKalb Street Treasurer 

Miss MARTHA DAVENPORT, 636 S. Humprey Avenue Secretary 

ARTHUR O. PROCHNO, 1133 Wrightwood Avenue Business Manager 



AMERICAN CHORAL CLUB 

DANIEL PROTHEROE, Conductor 
610 Fine Arts Building 

JAMES A. PUGH, 365 E. Illinois Street President 

JOSEPH A. REES, Auditorium Hotel Vice-President 

E. H. WILLIAMS, Illinois Athletic Club Secretary 

NELSON LAMPERT, Fort Dearborn National Bank Treasurer 

W. R. MOORHOUSE, City Hall Director 

ANGUS HIBBARD, Belle Telephone Company Director 

PAULINE J. CLARK, 67 E. Van Buren Street Business Manager 



FRIDAY EVENING CLUB 

GEORGE L. TENNEY, Musical Director 

Lewis Institute 

R. H. SIMMONS, N. Kenilworth, Oak Park, 111 President 

AGNES CADIGAN, 4226 West End Avenue Secretary 

LILA W. ELLIS, 1944 W. Adams Street Treasurer 



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MUSICIANS CLUB OF CHICAGO 

(Formerly Amateur Musical Club) 

MRS. CALVIN A. WHYLAND, 4520 Sheridan Road President 

MRS. GEORGE E. SHIPMAN, Kenilworth, Illinois First Vice-President 

Miss HELEN B. LAWRENCE, 2926 Pine Grove Avenue. . . .Second Vice-President 

MRS. CHARLES S. EVERETT, 621 Fine Arts Building Secretary 

Miss KATE P. RICHARDS, 621 Fine Arts Building Treasurer 



CHICAGO SINGVEREIN 

WILLIAM BOEPPLER, Conductor 
1106 Kimball Building 

CHARLES H. WACKER, 134 S. LaSalle Street President 

ERNST J. KRUSTGEN, 626 Federal Street First Vice-President 

MRS. H. A. KIRCHHOFF, Winnetka, Illinois Second Vice-President 

JOHN KOELLING, 170 W. Adams Street Secretary 

TRAUGOTT WEBER, 1 10 S. Wabash Avenue Treasurer 

ALBERT FUCHS, 1833 Blue Island Avenue Librarian 



SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MUSICIANS 

HENRY PURMORT EAMES, 4400 Sydney Avenue President 

MRS. SYBIL SAMMIS MACDERMID, 5219 Kenwood Avenue Vice-President 

WILLIAM BEARD, 5221 Kimbark Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 

Board of Directors 

Miss LUCILLE STEVENSON, 4335 Ellis Avenue 
FRANK W. VAN DUSEN, 6205 Langley Avenue 
(And the Officers) 



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MEN'S FALL FESTIVAL CHORUS 

EDWARD T. CLISSOLD, Conductor 
R. 1147 327 S. LaSalle Street 

FRANK K. MANN, 123 Scott Street, Wheaton, Illinois President 

H. S. W. FOREMAN, 233 N. Humphrey Avenue, Oak Park, 111.. . Vice-President 

ARTHUR O. PROCHNO, 1133 Wrightwood Avenue Secretary 

LYLE S. INGEMAN, 4118 N. Springfield Avenue Treasurer 



MALE CHORUS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

WILLIAM BOEPPLER, Musical Director 
1106 Kimball Building 

JOHN W. HOLMES, First National Bank President 

THOMAS LLEWELLYN, First National Bank Vice-President 

JAMES E. HULL, First National Bank Secretary 

SAMUEL O. GIVENS, First National Bank Treasurer 



LEWIS INSTITUTE CHORUS 

GEORGE L. TEN NY, Musical Director 
Lewis Institute 

A. B. WHEELER, Lewis Institute President 

ERNEST GRADOLPH, 3838 Washington Boulevard Secretary 

EUGENE C. HALL, Hillside Avenue, Glen Ellyn, Illinois Treasurer 



COMMONWEALTH EDISON CHORAL SOCIETY 

ALFRED G. WATHALL, Conductor 
2424 Burlington Street 

HAROLD WRIGHT, 72 W. Adams Street Manager 

G. E. LEDELL, 72 W. Adams Street Secretary 

T. N. HANCHETTE, 72 W. Adams Street Treasurer 

W. J. HAFNER, 72 W. Adams Street Librarian 



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CALVARY CHORAL CLUB 

MILON R. HARRIS, Conductor 
905 Kimball Building 

EDWIN TJARDES, 421 1 Congress Street President 

Miss HELEN MELVILLE, 4909 Monroe Street Secretary 

DAVID DONALD, 4218 Gladys Avenue Treasurer 



CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCE GLEE CLUB 

ARTHUR DUNHAM, Conductor 
5086 Harper Avenue 

HERBERT BROWN, Western Union Telegraph Company President 

GEORGE W. ROSSETTER, 7 S. Dearborn Street Vice-President 

EDWARD ORR, 710 Corn Exchange Bank Building Secretary 

H. F. MILLER, The Chicago Association of Commerce Treasurer 



MUSIC STUDY CLASS OF THE ARCHE CLUB 

Miss ADAH BRYANT BUCKINGHAM, 6114 Stony Island Avenue Chairman 

MRS. A. L. SOMERS, 4544 Forrestville Avenue Vice-Chairman 

MRS. MATTHEW P. RAE, Hyde Park Hotel Secretary 

MRS. J. H. MCFARLAND, 440 Drexel Boulevard Treasurer 



CHICAGO TEACHERS' CHORUS 

O. E. ROBINSON, Conductor 

708 Kimball Hall 

Miss HELEN T. BORUCKI, 2537 Haddon Avenue President 

Miss ROSE BROWNSON, 107 N. Kilbourne Avenue I' 'ice-F 'resident 

Miss VERONICA WHELAN, 4855 Monroe Street Secretary 

Miss EFFIE LOUISE PRATT, 5336 Winthrop Avenue Treasurer 



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CHORAL SOCIETY OF FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

FRANCIS S. MOORE, Conductor 
301 S. Wabash Avenue 

Miss MARY A. NORTON, 3666 Indiana Avenue President 

Miss GLADYS BRACKEN, 5007 Grand Boulevard Vice-President 

MRS. FRANCIS S. MOORE, 301 S. Wabash Avenue Secretary 

EDWARD BIXBY, 4358 Forrestville Avenue Treasurer 



EDISON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

MORGAN L. EASTMAN, Conductor 
6107 Woodlawn Avenue 

W. L. ABBOTT, 4616 Beacon Street Manager 

W. R. WHITE, 6514 Bosworth Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 

E. W. GROVER, 7028 Eggleston Avenue Publicity 

R. B. KENNEDY, 6242 S. Campbell Avenue Custodian 

DAVID CAUGHEY, 1849 S. Avers Avenue Librarian 



ADVANCE CLUB MALE CHORUS OF PEOPLE'S GAS LIGHT AND 

COKE COMPANY 

MORGAN L. EASTMAN, Conductor 
6107 Woodlawn Avenue 

J. W. BATES, 9754 Vanderpoel Avenue Manager 

THOMAS J. HUNT, 7255 S. Union Avenue. Assistant Manager 

C. W. MACKENROTH, 1644 W. 106th Street Secretary 

T. L. WEST, 2047 W. Jackson Boulevard Librarian 



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MARSHALL FIELD AND COMPANY CHORAL SOCIETY 

(Mixed Chorus 200 Voices) 

THOMAS A. PAPE, Conductor 

705 Lyon and Healy Building 

WILLIAM B. TOWSLEY, 121 N. State Street .President 

WILLIAM F. HYPES, 219 W. Adams Street Vice-President 

CHARLES W. KOHN, 121 N. State Street Secretary 

LILLIAN DEVEREUX, 121 N. State Street Treasurer 



IRVING PARK ORCHESTRA ASSOCIATION 

GEORGE DASCH, Conductor 

4053 Warwick Avenue 
BENSON LANDON, 3812 N. Kedvale Avenue ......................... President 

OUVER L. WATSON, 3832 N. Keeler Avenue .................... Vice-President 

OSCAR SWENKERUD, 4243 Keystone Avenue ............ Secretary and Treasurer 



n f piano; soloist with Berlin 

OrdtT t rch * Stra ' A ChlCag Symphony Orchestra, American Symphony 
:stra; studio, Fine Arts Building; Res. 1364 E. Forty-seventh Place 

ALBERT TEACHERS' AGENCY* (music department in charge of Paul 

31 vtrs-Tr fSft w K 7f f r SCh 1S and C llegeS; firm established 
01 years, omce, 623 S. Wabash Avenue. 



AMBROSIUS, ROBERT, solo violoncellist; teacher of 'cello; member 
Symphony Orchestra; studio, American Conservatory, Kimball Hall; 
Residence-studio, 724 Grace Street. 

ANDERSEN, ARTHUR OLAF, teacher of theory American Conservatory 
composer suite for large orchestra, "The Brook" (mixed voices), "Children's 

r*sm???: ,A songs; Mrs - Arthur Olaf Andersen < Mar y 

s. 6113 Kimbark Avenue ; summer home, Palisades Park, Michigan 



Qv R f S ^'^' Anthenaeum Build- 

ing, 59 E. Van Buren Street; Mrs. Hugh Anderson (Grace Maigne) ; Res. 741 
Wesley Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois. 



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ARENDT, MADAME ELSE HARTHAN (Mrs. E. J. Arendt),* dramatic 
soprano ; teacher of singing Sherwood Music School, Fine Arts Building ; Res. 
823 Sheridan Road. 

ARMITAGE, MISS M. THERESA,* teacher of singing; studio, 626 Lyon 
and Healy Building ; Res. 2972 Prairie Avenue. 

ARNOLD, MISS MAUDE E.,* pianist ; organist ; teacher of piano Chicago 
Musical College ; also teaches in Clinton, Iowa ; organist and choir director St. 
John's Episcopal Church, Clinton, Iowa ; address, Chicago Musical College, 624 
S. Michigan Boulevard. 

BACHMAN, MADAME ELLA LEIMBACH, dramatic soprano; teacher of 
singing ; lecturer ; president and director Ellba Musical Club ; studio, 103 Audi- 
torium Building ; Res. 2824 Cambridge Avenue. 

BAIRD, FRANK T.,* singer ; teacher of singing; studio, 424 Fine Arts Build- 
ing ; Res. 274 Maine Street, Aurora, 111. 

BALATKA, MADAME ANNA H.,* concert pianist; teacher of piano and 
harmony; director Balatka Academy of Musical Art, Suite 819 Lyon and Healy 
Building; Res. 2129 Fremont Street. 

BALATKA, CHRISTIAN F.,* Mus. Doc., concert pianist ; teacher of piano, 
harmony and composition ; president Balatka Musical College, Room 1404, 20 
E. Jackson Boulevard; composer piano works; Mrs. Christian F. Balatka 
(Anna Nordin) ; Res. 1016 Irving Park Boulevard. 

BARBEREUX-PARRY, MRS. M.,* teacher of singing and unified diction ; 
director Barbereux-Parry School of Singing (1895-1909) ; director Vocal De- 
partment Centralizing School of Music (1909-1915) ; author "Vocal Limitation 
and its Elimination" ; director Vocal Department National Conservatory of 
Music; studio, 514 Fine Arts Building; Res. 123 Ninth Street, Wilmette, 111. 

BARKER, ROBERT COLLYER, pianist; organist; teacher of piano and 
organ ; composer and publisher sacred song "Rabboni" ; studio, 625 Lyon and 
Healy Building; Mrs. Robert Collyer Barker (Emma Kuss) ; Res. 5818 Ohio 
Street. 

BARTHEL, ALFRED,* oboe soloist ; first oboe Chicago Symphony Orches- 
tra ; organizer of Le Trio Rameau (oboe, 'cello and piano) ; teacher of oboe ; 
Mrs. Alfred Barthel (Flora Le Breton) ; Res. 1509 S. Sixth Avenue, May- 
wood, Illinois. 

BARTHOLOMEW, H. B.,* concert baritone ; teacher of singing and piano ; 
musical director Batavia Musical Club; studio, Fine Arts Building; Res. 
Batavia, Illinois. 



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BARRADELL, KENNARD,* tenor; teacher of singing; musical director 
Rogers Park Presbyterian Church; conductor St. Cecelia Choir (Dixon, III), 
Mendelssohn Choir (Clinton, Iowa); studio, 624 S. Michigan Boulevard; 
Res. 249 Wisconsin Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois. 

BAXTER, DAVID, concert singer (known as Scotch Basso) ; teacher of 
singing; studios, 610 Fine Arts Building (Chicago) and The Propylaeum, 17 
E. North Street, Indianapolis, Ind. ; Mrs. David Baxter (Alice Niilsen Price), 
contralto; Res. 4919 Lake Park Avenue. 

BEACH, MRS. JENNIE THATCHER,* soprano; teacher of singing Cos- 
mopolitan School of Music; Res. 3803 W. Monroe Street. 

BEARD, WILLIAM,* bass-baritone ; teacher of singing ; secretary and treas- 
urer Society of American Musicians; director vocal department The Malek 
School of Music (Grand Rapids, Mich.) ; conductor Fountain Street Church 
Choir and Malek Choral Society (Grand Rapids) ; Mrs. William Beard 
(Catherine Thompson); studio, Fine Arts Building; Res. 5221 Kimbark 
Avenue. 

BECKER, LUDWIG,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; formerly concert- 
meister Theodore Thomas Orchestra; Mrs. Ludwig Becker (Alice Dieffen- 
bach) ; studio, 509 S. Wabash Avenue; Res. 4219 Kedvale Avenue. 

BENEDICT, ETHEL GEISTWEIT (Mrs. Earl R. Benedict), dramatic 
soprano; soprano soloist Second Congregational Church, Oak Park, 111.; 
studio, 609 Fine Arts Building; Res. 121 Pleasant Street, Oak Park, Illinois. 

BENGEL, HELEN BRIGHT (Mrs. Frederic H. Bengel),* contralto; soloist 
Memorial Chapel ; secretary Chicago Artists' Association ; Res. 6042 Stony 
Island Avenue. 

BERESFORD,'*ARTHUR,* concert bass-baritone ; teacher of singing ; author 
"Practical Hints to Vocal Students" ; studio, Auditorium Building ; Res. 6024 
Harper Avenue. 

BERGER, ISADOR, violinist; teacher of violin Chicago Musical College, 
624 S. Michigan Boulevard. 

BERGEY, THEODORE S.,* singer; teacher of singing; director Bergey 
Chicago Opera School ; studio, Lyon and Healy Building ; Res. Congress 
Hotel. 

BEST, CYRUS WILLIAMS,* owner of C. W. Best Artists' Series of Con- 
certs; formerly prominent as pianist, teacher of piano and theory, conserva- 
tory director, organist and choirmaster; composer "Palomita" (light opera), 
"St. Peter" (cantata), anthems and songs; Mrs. Cyrus Williams Best 
(Frances McCracken) ; Res. 5412 Woodlawn Avenue; summer address, 
Paxton, Illinois. 



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BLAIR, EARL D., concert pianist; teacher of piano; musical director Kemp- 
ner Hall (Kenosha, Wis.) ; studio, Kimball Hall; Res. 1535 E. Sixty-first 
Street. 

BLACKMAN, LEWIS RANDOLPH,* violinist; director violin department 
Cosmopolitan School of Music (Chicago) and Bliss School of Music (Oak 
Park, 111.) ; first violinist Chicago Grand Opera Company ; member Cosmopoli- 
tan Trio and Northwestern University String Quartet ; ten years instructor 
Northwestern University of Music; Mrs. Lewis Randolph Blackman (Grace 
Cook), contralto; Res. 143 N. Harvey Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

BLOOD, MISS BLANCHE,* concert violinist; teacher of violin and piano; 
director Drake School of Music, Auditorium Building; composer violin con- 
certo, barcarolle, string quartet ; was associated with the late Earl R. Drake 
for 17 years; Res. 3621 Wilton Avenue. 

BLYE, MISS BIRDICE,* concert pianist; only American pupil of Anton 
Rubinstein ; European tours, playing with leading orchestras and at festivals 
in the great music centers of the Old World; many appearances before the 
royal families of England and Germany and two at the White House in 
Washington; recitals and concerts in principal cities of United States; Res. 
5424 Blackstone Avenue. 

BOEPPLER, WILLIAM,* teacher of piano and singing; musical director 
Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, Milwaukee, Wis. ; conductor A. Cappella 
Chorus (Milwaukee), Chicago Singverein, Germania Mannerchor, Turner 
Mannerchor, and First National Bank Male Chorus; Mrs. William. Boeppler 
(Ida Brueggemann) ; studio, 1106 Kimball Building; Res. 929 Edgecomb 
Place. 

BOGEN, ALLEN W.,* organist; teacher of organ; organist Fifth Church 
of Christ Scientist, and Chicago Mendelssohn Club; studio, Kimball 'Half; 
Res. 4800 Prairie Avenue. 

BOLLMAN, MRS. MAUDE FENLON,* concert soprano; teacher of sing- 
ing; appearances with Chicago Apollo Club, Chicago Mendelssohn Club, 
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra ; studios, The Nelson, Rockford, 111., and 
721 Fine Arts Building, Chicago. 

BOND, MRS. CARRIE JACOBS,* president Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Sons, 
Inc. ; composer "A Perfect Day", "Just A'Wearyin' For You", "I Love You 
Truly", and other songs; Res. 6939 Jeffery Avenue, The Highlands, Bryn 
Mawr, Chicago ; winter home, "Nestorest", Grossmont, Cal. 

BOROWSKI, FELIX,* violinist; pianist; teacher of composition; president 
Chicago Musical College ; music editor Chicago Herald; formerly music critic 
Chicago Evening Post; composer "Marche Triumphale", two suites for orches- 
tra, piano concerto, many other works for piano, chamber music, pieces for 
violin, songs ; address, 624 S. Michigan Boulevard. 



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BORROFF, ALBERT, basso; teacher of singing; studio, 304 S. Wabash 
Avenue; Mrs. Albert Borroff (Anna Allison Jones), contralto; teacher of 
singing ; studio, Kimball Hall. 

BOYD, MISS JEANNE M.,* pianist; coach-accompanist; teacher of piano; 
head of Theory and Composition Department Lyceum Arts Conservatory; 
composer of songs: "In Italy", "La Tarantella", "At Morning", "Canzonetta", 
"The Flame of Love", "When the Bobolink Sings"; studio, 600 Lyon and 
Healy Building ; summer address, 425 H Street, Fremont, Nebr. 

BRACKEN, MRS. WILLARD S.,* contralto; teacher of singing; president 
Cosmopolitan School of Music and Dramatic Art; studio, Auditorium Build- 
ing ; Res. 5007 Grand Boulevard. 

BRAZELTON, EDGAR A.,* pianist; teacher of piano, harmony and com- 
position ; author "Brazeltons Practical Method for Piano" ; studio, Bush Con- 
servatory, 800 N. Clark Street; Mrs. Edgar A. Brazelton (Louise Bunker) ; 
Res. 851 Leland Avenue. 

BREED, MISS LIELA A.,* teacher of singing; studio, Fine Arts Building; 
Res. 4611 Magnolia Avenue. 

BRINES, M. J.,* concert tenor; teacher of singing Lyceum Arts Conserva- 
tory; soloist Central Church (Dr. Gunsaulus) ; musical director University 
Congregational Church; Mrs. M. J. Brines (Judith Evans) ; studio, Lyon and 
Healy Building; Res. 1117 E. Fifty-fourth Place; summer home, 465 S. 
Twelfth East, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

BROWN, ROY DAVID,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; assistant to the 
late Emil Liebling; studio, 907 Lyon and Healy Building; Res. 1240 N. Dear- 
born Street. 

BROWNE, J. LEWIS,* Mus. Doc., concert organist ; teacher of organ, piano 
and theoretical branches Metropolitan Conservatory, Kimball Building; com- 
poser 70 works, including the opera "La Corsicana", "Missa Solemnis", many 
songs, pieces for piano ; dean Illinois Chapter American Guild of Organists ; 
organist and choirmaster St. Patrick's R. C. Church and the Church of Our 
Lady of Sorrows; Res. 130 S. Desplaines Street. 

BRUECKNER, CARL,* concert cellist; member Beethoven Trio, and Chi- 
cago Symphony Orchestra ; teacher of 'cello ; Res. 3822 N. Hamlin Avenue. 

BRUEGGER, FREDERICK,* singer; teacher of singing; Mrs. Frederick 
Bruegger (Edna Parker) ; studio, Fine Arts Building; Residence-studio, 1315 
Hyde Park Boulevard. 

BRUNE, ADOLF G.,* teacher of piano and theory ; composer ballads, studies, 
concertos (for piano), 3 symphonies, symphonic poems, 5 quartets, other 
chamber music, songs; studio, 624 S. Michigan Boulevard; Mrs. Adolf G. 
Brune (Mary R. Ramsey) ; Res. 1260 Bryn Mawr Avenue. 



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BRUSH, MRS. EMERSON H. (Rena S. Brush),* director Philanthropic De- 
partment National Federation of Musical Clubs ; Res. 63 E. Elm Street. 

BUCHHALTER, SIMON,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer one 
act opera "A Lover's Knot" (Chicago Grand Opera, 1916) ; orchestral and 
choral works, many songs, pieces for piano; Mrs. Simon Buchhalter (Jean- 
nette Grace) ; studio, 420 Fine Arts Building; Res. 1226 E. Fifty-fourth Street. 

BUCKINGHAM, ADAH BRYANT (Mrs. Benjamin J. Buckingham),* con- 
tralto; teacher of singing International College of Music and Expression; 
chairman Music Study Class of Arche Club; Res. 6114 Stony Island Avenue. 

BURDICK, MISS SARA,* concert soprano in recital and oratorio; teacher 
of singing; studio, 727 Fine Arts Building; Res. 3917 Pine Grove Avenue. 

BURTON, ARTHUR M.,* concert baritone; soloist First Church of Christ 
Scientist (1904-1914); teacher of singing; studio, 618 Fine Arts Building; 
Mrs. Arthur M. Burton (Anna Sawyer); winter residence, Lakota Hotel; 
summer residence, Geneva, 111. 

BURTON, MISS LOUISE, concert soprano; special programs of Folk Songs 
and Children's Songs in Costume; teacher of singing, 811 Lyon and Healy 
Building ; director voice department Northwestern College, Naperville, 111. ; 
conductor Northwestern College Glee Club; Res. 152 Chicago Avenue, Naper- 
ville, 111. 

BUTLER, MADAME HANNA,* concert soprano ; teacher of singing ; studio, 
512 Fine Arts Building; Res. Auditorium Hotel. 

BUTLER, HERBERT,* concert violinist; teacher of violin American Con- 
servatory, Kimball Hall; Mrs. Herbert Butler (Alice Drake) ; Res. 1341 Madi- 
son Park. 

CAMERON, MISS MARY,* pianist; teacher of piano; studio, Fine Arts 
Building; Res. 5135 Kenwood Avenue. 

CAMPANINI, CLEOFONTE,* general director Chicago Grand Opera Com- 
pany ; orchestral conductor; Mrs. Cleofonte Campanini (Eva Tetrazzini) ; Res. 
Congress Hotel ; summer address, Parma, Italy. 

CAMPBELL, MRS. DAVID ALLEN,* editor and publisher Musical Monitor; 
honorary vice-president National Federation of Musical Clubs; chairman of 
Community Music, the National Council of Women's Organizations ; office, 
616-622 S. Michigan Avenue. 

CAMPBELL, GORDON,* pianist; accompanist; coach; studio Cosmopolitan 
School of Music; Mrs. Gordon Campbell (Besse B. Stacey) ; Res. 6222 
Wayne Avenue. 



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CAPPS-HOSTLER, ELEANORE (Mrs. Amandus Emery Hostler), dramatic 
soprano; teacher of singing; manager Colonial Lady Quartet; studio, 819-822 
Lyon and Healy Building; Res. 11 N. Parkside Avenue. 

CARBERRY, FREDERICK W.,* concert tenor; teacher of singing; studio, 
Fine Arts Building; Milwaukee (Wis.) studio, Providence Building, 410 Jef- 
ferson Street; soloist First Church of Christ Scientist (Milwaukee); Mrs 
Frederick W. Carberry (Winifred Wells) ; Res. 779 Farwell Avenue, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

CARPENTER, ALLEN RAY,* concert tenor; pupil of Jean de Reszke and 
Frederic W. Root, only American singer accepted by Debussy for coaching) ; 
appearances with leading musical societies, San Francisco and San Diego 
(Cal.) Expositions ; teacher of singing ; conductor Hull House Ladies' Chorus ; 
soloist Tenth Church of Christ Scientist ; Res. 5430 Woodlawn Avenue. 

CARPENTER, JOHN ALDEN,* composer sonata for violin and piano, suite 
for orchestra "Adventures in a Perambulator", "Concertino" for piano and 
orchestra, group of English songs, group of French songs, "Gitanjali" (set of 
six songs) ; Res. 710 Rush Street. 

CARPENTER, LUCY A. (Mrs. George Benedict Carpenter), first president 
Civic Music Association of Chicago; Res. 1018 N. State Street. 

CARUTHERS, MISS JULIA LOIS,* pianist; teacher of piano; director 
Caruthers School of Piano, 725 Fine Arts Building; director Normal Training 
and Preparatory Departments Chicago Musical College; author "Piano 
Technic for Children" ; Res. 526 Oakwood Boulevard. 

CASE, MISS HARRIET,* concert soprano; teacher of singing; associated 
with voice department Iowa State Teacher's College, Cedar Falls (Iowa) 
concert management A. E. Pierce, Iowa City (Iowa) ; address, 5817 Dorchester 
Avenue. 

CHAPEK, JOSEPH H.,* concert violinist; teacher of violin, harmony and 
composition; head violin department, The Conservatory of Chicago; director 
Chapek Music School ; musical director Bohemian Dramatic Association for 
16 years first violinist Theodore Thomas Orchestra ; graduate of the Conserva- 
tory of Music, Prague, Bohemia; Mrs. Joseph H. Chapek (Augusta Haenel) 
Res. 3452 Broadway. 

CHARLIER, MARCEL,* orchestral conductor; pianist; teacher of singing; 
conductor of French Opera, Chicago Grand Opera Company; studio, 612 Fine 
Arts Building; Madame Marcel Charlier (Theresa Hubert); Res. Congress 
Hotel ; summers, Royan (Charente Inferieure), France. 

CHASE, MISS MARY WOOD, concert pianist; teacher of piano; director 
Mary Wood Chase School of Musical Arts ; author "Natural Laws in Piano 
Technic"; address, 800 Lyon and Healy Building; summer home, Epworth 
Ludmgton-on-the-Lake, Michigan. 



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CHRISTIAN, PALMER,* concert organist; teacher of organ Walter Spry 
Music School, Cosmopolitan School of Music ; organist Kenwood Church ( 
tenlenominational) ; address, Auditorium Building; Mrs. Palmer Christian 
(Mary Lois Wilkinson) ; Res. 1140 E. Forty-fourth S 

CLARK, CHARLES W., concert baritone; director vocal department Bush 

Conservatory; studio, 800 N. Clark Street; Mrs. Charles W. Clark (Je. 
Baker) ; Res. 652 Gordon Terrace. 



, Kansas city , Mo., Spokane, Wash., Chicago, III. ; C. E. 

manager Music Department. 

CLARK-MOTTL, EMMA (Mrs. Ottokar L. Mottl),* concert pianist; lec- 
U*e* writer ; t acher of piano ; president and director International College of 
Music and Expression, 63 Auditorium Building; honorary life present Co- 
Relative Arts Club ; Residence-studio, 1244 Rosedale Avenue. 

CLARKE EDWARD,* baritone; teacher Lyceum Arts Conservatory, Lyon 
and HeaTy Building; Mrs. Edward Clarke (Rachel Steuunan), violinist; 
teacher of violin; Res. 852 Windsor Avenue. 



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mnagement Loudon Charlton, Carnegie Hall, New York; personal 
address, Congress Hotel, Chicago. 

CLIFFORD WILLIAM, tenor; soloist St. Paul's P. E Church ; teacher 
of singing; Mrs. William Clifford (Ethel Lenore Houten), teacher of piano; 
address, 630 Hohman Street, Hammond, Indiana. 

CLIPPINGER, D. A.,* teacher of singing; musical director Chicago Madrigal 
Club; author "Systematic Voice Training", other works on the voice; stu .10, 
Kimball Hall ; Res. 5032 Blackstone Avenue. 

COCHEMS, CARL,* basso in opera and concert, under management of Loro 
Gooch ; teacher of singing ; address, 112 Auditorium Building. 

COE, LACY,* violinist in concert and lecture-recitals; teacher of violin; 
studio, 400 Fine Arts Building ; Res. 1058 Berwyn Avenue. 



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COLE, ROSSETTER, G.,* composer, teacher of composition and theory; 
over 70 published works for voice, piano, organ, 'cello, chorus and orchestra, 
including the lyrical cantata "The Passing of Summer," two recitations with 
music ("King Robert of Sicily" and "Hiawatha's Wooing"), "Symphonic 
Prelude" for orchestra, "Legend" for piano, "Rhapsody" and "Fantaisie Sym- 
phonique" for organ ; three times president Music Teachers' National Asso- 
ciation ; twice dean Illinois Chapter American Guild of Organists ; since 1908 
professor of music Columbia University Summer Session, New York City ; 
studio, 719 Fine Arts Building. 

COLE, MRS. ROSSETTER G.* (Fannie Louise Gwinner), pianist and 
teacher; twice president Chicago Amateur Musical Club, 1914-15 and 1915-16; 
translator of Marx's "Introduction to the Interpretation of the Beethoven 
Piano Works"; musical editor of "Music for the Child World" (Vol. Ill), 
compiled M. R. Hofer; director Choral Club of the West End Woman's Club; 
Res. 1363 Hyde Park Boulevard. 

COLLINS, EDWARD,* concert pianist; composer; teacher of piano; tour 
with Schumann-Heink (1912-1913); assistant conductor Century Opera 
House, New York (1913-1914); assistant conductor at Bayreuth (1914); 
studio, Fine Arts Building; Res. Joliet, 111. 

COOK, JOHN LORING,* tenor; teacher of singing; director Loring School 
for Singers ; studio, 300 Steinway Hall ; Res. 5553 Blackstone Avenue. 

COOPER, J. COURTLAND,* teacher of singing and coach ; studio, 59 E. 
Van Buren Street ; Res. 4033 Calumet Avenue. 

COTSWORTH, ALBERT, "The Elderly Person" of Music Neivs; address, 
106 N. LaSalle Street; summer address, Fontana, Wis. 

CULBERTSON, HARRY,* manager musical artists ; Mrs. Harry Culbertson 
(Violet Hatch) ; office, 5474 University Avenue; Res. 5436 East End Avenue. 

CUTTER, BELLE FORBES (Mrs. Millard Hawthorne Cutter),* singer; 
teacher of singing ; studio, Lyon and Healy Building ; Res. 909 Lafayette Park- 
way ; summer home, "The Hemlock", Eagle River, Wis. 

DADDI, FRANCESCO,* tenor; teacher of singing; coach for opera and 
recitals ; voice placing a specialty ; comic tenor Chicago Grand Opera Company ; 
studio, 720 Fine Arts Building ; Res. Illinois Athletic Club. 

DALMORES, CHARLES.* leading French tenor Chicago Grand Opera 
Company ; principal roles include Faust, Don Jose, Rhadames, Raoul, Romeo, 
Herod, Vasco di Gama, John of Leyden and Lionel ; formerly professor at the 
Conservatory of Lyons ; France ; Res. Auditorium Hotel ; summer address, 
Manoir du Cygne Coppet, Lake Geneva, Switzerland. 



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DASCH, GEORGE,* violinist ; teacher of violin ; member Chicago Symphony 
Orchestra ; conductor Irving Park Orchestra Concerts ; first violin The Phil- 
harmonic String Quartet; Mrs. George Dasch (Louise Garben) ; Residence- 
studio, 4053 Warwick Avenue. 

DAY, ELIAS,* music critic and coach ; director Lyceum Arts Conservatory ; 
address, 604 Lyon and Healy Building; Mrs. Elias Day (Oranne Truitt) ; Res. 
40 Quick Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

DEAL, MISS ALICE R, concert organist; accompanist; teacher of piano 
and organ ; organist and choir director Leavitt Street Congregational Church ; 
Res. 716 S. Campbell Avenue. 

DEIS, OSCAR,* director piano department Effa Perfield Music School ; con- 
cert pianist ; pupil of the late Bernhard Ziehn ; organist and choirmaster St. Al- 
phonsus R. C. Church ; composer "The Paschal Joy" (cantata for mixed 
voices, piano and organ); studio, 930 McClurg Building; Mrs. Oscar Deis 
(Blanca Metz) ; Res. 654 Wrightwood Avenue; summer address, 78 Huffman 
Avenue, Dayton, Ohio. 

DE LAMARTER, ERIC,* organist and musical director Fourth Presbyterian 
Church ; has been music critic for Record-Herald, Inter-Ocean and Tribune; 
composer Symphony in D, Serenade, "The Faun" (overture), "Masquerade" 
(given at Los Angeles Convention of Women's Clubs, 1915), "Alice in Won- 
derland", violin and piano sonata, chamber music, organ, piano and choral 
works; Mrs. Eric De Lamarter (Rubee Wilson) ; Res. Geneva, 111. 

DE VOE, MAUDE* (Mrs. William E. Keine), coloratura soprano; teacher 
of singing Metropolitan Conservatory, Kimball Building; management Har- 
riet Martin Snow, 64 E. Van Buren Street; Res. 393 Fifty-fourth Street, 
Wauwatosa, Wis. 

DE VORE, JESSIE M. JAY,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; head 
violin department Orchard School of Music, 1535 Hyde Park Boulevard; 
also at Wisconsin State Agricultural School, Rochester (Wis.) ; Residence- 
studio, suite 5, 1312 E. Forty-seventh Street. 

DEVRIES, HERMAN,* teacher of singing; composer "Bonjour Suzon," 
"Schumann-Heink Valse", pieces for piano, other works ; music critic Chicago 
American; Mrs. Herman Devries (Hattie Van Buren), vocal teacher; studio, 
Fine Arts Building ; Res. 5438 Harper Avenue. 

DE YOUNG, RICHARD B.,* baritone ; teacher of singing ; president Calu- 
met Conservatory of Music, 11331 Michigan Avenue; choirmaster Roseland 
Presbyterian Church; studio, 609 Fine Arts Building; Res. 114 W. One Hun- 
dred and Thirteenth Place. 

DICKEY, MRS. ANNABELLE MAC INTYRE,* concert contralto ; teacher 
of singing; member Chicago English Opera Company (1916) ; Res. 1618 E. 
Fifty-third Street. 



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DIEDERICH, WALTER A.,* concert tenor; teacher of singing; soloist 
Second Congregational Church, Oak Park, 111. ; studio, 608 Fine Arts Build- 
ing; Mrs. Walter A. Diederich (Mildred E. Mason) ; Res. 5526 W. Monroe 
Street. 

DIMOND HARRY,* violinist; teacher of violin; director violin depart- 
ment Metropolitan Conservatory, Kimball Building; Mrs. Harry Dimond 
(Edna Olson) ; Res. 7728 Saginaw Avenue. 

DOAK, MISS SABA,* concert soprano; soloist Sixteenth Church of Christ 
Scientist ; Res. The Plaza Hotel. 

DOANE, JOHN,* concert organist; coach; accompanist; director organ 
department Northwestern University School of Music, Evanston, 111. ; organ- 
ist and choir director Congregational Church of Evanston ; city studio, 608 
Fine Arts Building. 

DOBYNS, MRS. FLETCHER* (Winifred S. Dobyns), concert mezzo- 
soprano; appearances with Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Apollo 
Club, etc. ; Res. 67 E. Division Street. 

DOELLING, MISS MAE,* pianist ; teacher of piano American Conservatory 
of Music, Kimball Building; Res. 2912 Burling Street. 

DONAGHNEY, FREDERICK,* music critic The Chicago Tribune; office, 
621 Lyon and Healy Building. 

DONATH, KURT.* operatic and concert tenor; teacher of singing; opera 
coach ; director vocal department and Choir and Glee Club Military Academy, 
Culver, Indiana ; studio, 823 Lyon and Healy Building ; Res. Culver, Ind. 

DOWNING, LULU JONES,* composer-pianist; writer of "Pipes of Pan" 
(a mythological pantomime), songs, piano compositions, recitations to music, 
etc. ; publisher of her own works, under name "Music Art Shop" ; studio, 7644 
E. Lake Terrace. 

DUFAU, JENNY,* prima donna coloratura soprano; principal roles: Tra- 
viata, Lucia, Barber of Seville, Gilda, Philine (Mignon) ; management for 
concert and opera, Winton and Livingston, Aeolian Hall, New York; Res. 
Auditorium Hotel. 

DUGGAN, DAVID,* Scotch tenor; musical director Duggan Grand Opera 
Company ; address, 300 Fine Arts Building. 

DUNFORD, FRANK M.,* concert basso; soloist First Congregational 
Church, Oak Park, 111., and soloist and cantor Temple Israel of Chicago; Mrs. 
Frank M. Dunford (Catherine I. Bellew) ; Res. 710 S. Central Park Avenue. 



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DUNHAM, ARTHUR,* conductor Sinai Orchestra concerts, Association of 
Commerce Glee Club, Lyric Glee Club (Milwaukee) ; organist Sinai Congrega- 
tional ; composer songs, part songs, works for organ and for orchestra ; Mrs. 
Arthur Dunham (Florence A. Fairchild) ; Res. 5806 Harper Avenue; summer 
address, Lakeside, Michigan. 

DURNO, MISS JEANNETTE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; studio, 
Lyon and Healy Building ; Residence-studio, 4140 Lake Park Avenue. 

DVORAK, EDWARD, director Centralizing School of Acting, 20 E. Jack- 
son Boulevard; Mrs. Edward Dvorak (Eleanor McKee) ; Res. 670 Sheridan 
Road. 

EAMES, HENRY PURMORT,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; lecturer ; director 
Cosmopolitan School of Music, piano and orchestra departments; director 
Illinois Wesleyan College of Music, Bloomington, 111. ; president Society of 
American Musicians; Mrs. Henry Purmort Eames (Clara Boone Hans- 
brough) ; Res. 4401 Oakenwald Avenue. 

EASTMAN, MORGAN L.,* musical conductor ; manager musical artists ; 
conductor Edison Symphony Orchestra, and Advance Club Choral Society; 
office, 534 Edison Building ; Res. 6107 Woodlawn Avenue. 

EDEN, HAZEL (Mrs. Robert Bruce Mudge), soprano; soloist in Chicago 
Grand Opera Company ; address, Auditorium Theater. 

EHRHARDT, EDWARD V., concert pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 523 
Oakdale Avenue. 

EIDAN, CLARENCE,* pianist; teacher of piano (faculty Cosmopolitan 
School of Music) ; Res. 3832 Alta Vista Terrace. 

" ELVYN, MISS MYRTLE,* renowned American pianist ; two European 
tours ; six tours in America ; also playing this season ; composer works for 
piano including "Set of 12 Variations on an Original Theme" ; address, Kim- 
ball Hall ; Res. Lakota Hotel. 

EMERY, ELWOOD ALLEN,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; studio, 
The Conservatory of Music, 811 Lyon and Healy Building; representative 
Musical Blue Book Corporation for the Middle-West ; Res. 1463 E. Fiftieth 
Street. 

ERICKSON, O. GORDON,* baritone ; teacher of singing; studio, Auditorium 
Building ; choirmaster Chicago Sunday Evening Club ; Mrs. O. Gordon Erick- 
son (Edna Pool) ; Res. 3621 Pine Grove Avenue. 

ERST, STEPHEN A.,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; composer Rhap- 
sody for piano and orchestra, "Eternal Desire" (mazurka), other pieces for 
piano ; dean piano department Auditorium Conservatory of Music ; organist 
and choirmaster St. Ignatius Church ; Res. 6623 Newgard Avenue. 



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ESSER, FRANZ,* solo viola Chicago Symphony Orchestra ; member Chicago 
String Quartet; violinist; teacher of violin; Mrs. Franz Esser (Olive Toft) ; 
Res. 7220 Morton Avenue. 

FALK, DR. LOUIS,* organist; teacher of organ and theory; one of the 
directors Chicago Musical College ; organist Swedenborgian Church ; studio, 
624 Michigan Boulevard; Mrs. Louis Falk (Cara D. Dickinson) ; Res. 5114 
Dorchester Avenue. 

FAULKNER, ANNE SHAW,* (Mrs. Marx S. Oberndorfer), lecturer: author 
"What We Hear in Music" ; editor programs Chicago Opera Company ; 
organizer and director Chicago Orchestra Program Study Classes, and Opera 
Study Classes for Chicago Opera Company ; studio, 520 Fine Arts Building ; 
Res. 1331 E. Fiftieth Street. 

FAULKNER, WORTHS,* concert tenor; teacher of singing; tenor soloist 
First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111. ; tenor soloist Temple Emanuel ; studio, 
Fine Arts Building ; Res. 406 Roslyn Place. 

FEARIS, JOHN S.,* teacher of singing; composer church music and songs; 
publisher of music (J. S. Fearis & Bro.) ; conductor Ravenswood Men's 
Chorus; choirmaster Berry Memorial M. E. Church; address, 4547 X. St. 
Louis Avenue. 

FISHEL, MAX I.,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; composer works for 
piano and violin ; author text books on Violin Technic ; director Violin Depart- 
ment Sherwood Music School; Mrs. Max I. Fischel (Carolyn M. Conley) ; 
studio, 610 Fine Arts Building; summer address, Torch Lake, Helena P. O., 
Mich. 

FISK TEACHERS AGENCY* (Chicago office of the Fisk Teachers Agencies 
established in 1885) ; Harold D. Saurer, manager of music department; posi- 
tions secured for teachers of music and for other musical experts ; address, 28 
E. Jackson Boulevard. 

FLEMING, GERTRUDE OGDEN,* dramatic soprano; teacher of voice 
Centralizing School of Music, 20 E. Jackson Boulevard ; choirmaster Avondale 
M. E. Church ; Res. 1004 E. Forty-first Place. 

FOX, ANCELLA M. (Mrs. O. L. Fox),* teacher of singing; author "Vocal 
Technic" ; one of the directors Chicago Musical College, 624 Michigan Ave- 
nue ; Res. 4624 Ellis Avenue. 

FRAM, ARTHUR,* pianist; coach-accompanist; studios, 300 Fine Arts 
Building, and 3131 Logan Boulevard ; Res. Alexandria Hotel. 



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FREDERIKSEN, FREDERIK,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; conduc- 
tor Scandinavian Symphony Orchestra of Chicago; director violin department 
Lyceum Arts Conservatory, Lyon and Healy Building; also director violin de- 
partments Wisconsin College of Music (Milwaukee) and Wisconsin School of 
Music (Madison) ; Mrs. Frederik Frederiksen (Grace Mary Williams Hen- 
shaw), pianist ; teacher of piano and harmony ; Res. 543 Oakdale Avenue. 

FREER, ELEANOR EVEREST (Mrs. Archibald E. Freer),* composer song 
cycle "Forty-four Portuguese Sonnets", about 140 songs and part-songs, set- 
tings for American and English lyrics; also piano pieces; translator of ten 
Italian dramas ; Res. 1420 Lake Shore Drive. 

FRENCH, MRS. FLORENCE,* business manager Musical Leader; office, 
618 McCormick Building ; Res. 5850 Harper Avenue. 

FRENCH, MELBA MAE,* soprano; violinist; teacher of singing and violin; 
Residence-studio, 5630 Wayne Avenue. 

FREUND, EDWARD J.,* concert violinist ; formerly member Bruno Steindel 
Trio; teacher of violin; head of violin department Lake Forest (111.) School 
of Music ; studio, 809 Lyon and Healy Building ; Res. 6237 S. Talman Avenue. 

FROTHINGHAM, MISS MARY FRANCES,* pianist; teacher of piano, 
harmony, composition ; faculty Columbia School of Music ; author "Dictation 
Studies in Melody and Harmony for Children", "Studies in Sight Reading for 
Piano"; composer pieces for piano (children) ; Res. 4740 Dorchester Avenue. 

FUHRBERG, WILLIAM,* violinist; teacher of violin; director violin de- 
partment Centralizing School of Music, 20 E. Jackson Boulevard ; Res. 4027 N. 
Laramie Avenue. 

GALE, PERMELIA (Mrs. Oliver Marble Gale), concert contralto, under 
management Maurice and Gordon Fulcher ; teacher of singing ; contralto solo- 
ist First Congregational Church, Oak Park, 111. ; studio, 300 Fine Arts Build- 
ing; Res. 318 N. Kenilworth Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

GANDELL, SHIRLEY,* teacher of singing (concert repertoire) ; author 
"Twenty-five Song Translations for Singers" ; studio, Auditorium Building ; 
Res. 2036 Indiana Avenue. 

GANNON, ROSE LUTIGER (Mrs. John A. Gannon),* concert contralto; 
teacher of singing Chicago Musical College ; soloist Sinai Temple and Sunday 
Evening Club ; director Vocal Department St. Teresa's College, Winona, 
Minn. ; Res. 5006 Washington Boulevard. 

GARST, LILLIAN HAMBLEN (Mrs. Thomas B. Garst),* singer; teacher 
of singing ; studio, Kimball Hall ; Res. 4740 Dorchester Avenue. 



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GARTON, SAMUEL B.,* tenor; teacher of singing Cosmopolitan School of 
Music; director voice department Hedding College, Abington (111.) and 
Hammond (Ind.) Musical College; musical director Warren Avenue Congre- 
gational Church ; Res. 4608 Hazel Avenue. 

GARWOOD, VICTOR,* pianist; teacher of piano; faculty American Con- 
servatory of Music; instructor piano and musical history Northwestern Uni- 
versity; studio, Kimball Hall; Mrs. Victor Garwood (Grace Huddlestone) ; 
Res. 4721 Lake Park Avenue. 

GEMMER, EDWIN J.,* pianist; teacher of piano; studio, Auditorium Build- 
ing; Mrs. Edwin J. Gemmer (Adeline Bergmann) ; Res. 538 E. Forty-second 
Place. 

GILLESPIE, JOSEPH,* organist in concert and recital; Res. 1351 E. Fifty- 
sixth Street. 

GIRVIN, RAMON B.,* concert violinist and teacher, American Conservatory 
of Music; associate director Joliet Conservatory (Joliet, 111.); conductor 
Symphony Club Orchestra ; studio, Kimball Hall ; Res. 4620 N. Hermitage 
Avenue. 

GODDARD, JAMES,* concert, oratorio and operatic basso ; member Chicago 
Grand Opera Company ; formerly connected with Royal Opera, Covent Gar- 
den, London, and Imperial Opera, Vienna ; Res. 948 Edgecomb Place. 

GODFREY, MISS ELEANOR F.,* pianist; teacher of piano; normal train- 
ing for teachers ; co-director and secretary Chicago Piano College, Inc. ; 
studio, Kimball Hall; Res. 4734 N. Talman Avenue. 

GOLDBLATT, MAURICE,* violinist; teacher of violin Chicago Musical 
College; first violin Chicago Opera Company; composer "Dance of the 
Sylphs", "Meditation", "Forest Magic", "Avowal", "Bourree in A Minor", 
etc., for violin and piano ; also arrangements for 'cello and piano, and piano 
alone ; Res. 4833 Prairie Avenue. 

GOODELL, WALTER J.,* teacher of theory ; composer works for orchestra, 
songs, chamber music ; Res. 6054 Kenwood Avenue ; summer address, Mar- 
seilles, 111. 

GOODWIN, HUGO, A.A.G.O.,* concert organist ; teacher of organ and piano ; 
coach in singing; organist and choir director New England Congregational 
Church; composer oratorio "From Easter to Pentecost", "Romance in A 
flat" (for organ) ; editor of organ section of Music News; business address. 
19 W. Delaware Place ; Res. 3534 Lake Park Avenue. 

GOULD, HERBERT,* concert basso-cantante ; teacher of singing; soloist 
First Congregational Church, La Grange, 111. ; soloist at vespers St. Patrick's ; 
secretary Musical Arts Society ; studio, 523 Fine Arts Building ; Mrs. Her- 
bert Gould (Mary Aldrich) ; Res. 7078 N. Ashland Boulevard. 



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GRAHAM, A. CYRIL, organist ; teacher of organ, piano and theory ; com- 
poser songs, chamber music, cantata for women's voices and orchestra, can- 
tata for children's chorus and orchestra, "The Piper of Hamelin" ; organist 
Second Baptist Church ; director theoretical department Columbia School of 
Music; Mrs. A. Cyril Graham (Helen Jordan) ; Res. Riverside, 111. 

GRANQUIST, ARTHUR,* pianist; teacher of piano; faculty Columbia 
School of Music; Res. 4315 N. Kildare Avenue. 

GRANT-SCHAEFER, GEORGE ALFRED,* head Vocal Department North- 
western University School of Alusic, Evanston, 111. ; composer songs, "The 
Eagle", "The Sea" ; piano, "Butterflies", etc. ; Mrs. George Alfred Grant- 
Schaefer (Esther Danforth) ; Res. 1101 Davis Street, Evanston, 111.; summer 
residence, "The Hemlocks", Graniteville, Province Quebec, Canada. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER (Alexander P. Gray III),* baritone; concert; ora- 
torio ; recital ; soloist First Presbyterian Church, Lake Forest, 111. ; winner in 
voice in Middle States, in the first national contests of National Federation of 
Musical Clubs; Mrs. Alexander Gray (Jeannette R. Wolff) ; Res. 6912 Lake- 
wood Avenue. 

GRIFFIN, MINNIE FISH (Mrs. Bennett Griffin),* soprano; teacher of sing- 
ing; studio, 712 Fine Arts Building; Res. 4332 Vista Terrace. 

GROFF-BRYANT, MRS. ANNA,* teacher of singing and educator; director 
of vocal art and piano departments Lombard College, Galesburg, 111. ; 
founder and manager the World Famous Artist Course, Galesburg ; chairman 
music department, fifteenth district of the I. W. F. C. ; studios, Fine Arts 
Building, Chicago, and 1187 E. Knox Street, Galesburg, 111. 

GROSSCUP-PERKINS, GERTRUDE (Mrs. Walton Perkins),* soprano; 
teacher of singing; treasurer The Conservatory of Chicago; studio, 811 Lyon 
and Healy Building. 

GRUENEBERG, HERMAN,* pianist; organist; teacher of piano; studio, 
811 Lyon and Healy Building; Mrs. Herman Grueneberg (Grayce Marion 
Hinton) ; Res. 4313 Wilcox Avenue. 

GULLI, LUIGI,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; composer piano pieces; 
honorary member Royal St. Cecile Academy, Rome, Italy; studio, Fine Arts 
Building ; Res. 1256 N. State Street. 

GUNN, GLENN DILLARD,* pianist and teacher; author "History and 
Esthetics of Music" ; associate editor "Progressive Piano Series" ; lecturer on 
music University of Chicago Extension; conductor newly organized Ameri- 
can Symphony Orchestra ; director Society American Musicians ; Mrs. Glenn 
Dillard Gunn (Bernya Bracken) ; studio, Fine Arts Building; Res. 557 Barry 
Avenue. 



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HAAKE, CHARLES J., president and director North Shore School of Music ; 
instructor normal piano methods and piano Northwestern University School of 
Music, Evanston, 111.; Mrs. Charles J. Haake (Alice G. Martin) ; Res. 1831 
Greenleaf Avenue. 

HACKETT, KARLTON,* music critic Chicago Evening Post; teacher of 
singing; vice-president American' Conservatory ; Mrs. Karlton Hackett (Gena 
Florence Castle) ; Res. 5482 East End Avenue. 

HADLEY, GRANT,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; director Hadley 
School of Music; address, Lyon and Healy Building. 

HAINES, TINA MAE,* organist; accompanist; coach; lecturer; organist 
and choirmaster St. James' M. E. Church; sub-dean Illinois Chapter Ameri- 
can Guild of Organists; member board of directors Amateur Musical Club; 
studio, 300 Fine Arts Building ; Res. 4452 Sidney Avenue. 

HALL, JESSIE B. (Bureau of Fine Arts),* concert management; booking; 
teachers' positions ; church positions ; vaudeville ; lyceum, etc. ; address, 425 
Fine Arts Building; Res. 2156 Giddings Street. 

HALL, WILLIAM CLARE,* tenor; teacher of singing; tenor soloist Ken- 
wood Evangelical Church; Mrs. William Clare Hall (Bertha Mae Kilpatrick) ; 
studio, Fine Arts Building; Res. 5424 S. Park Avenue. 

HAMILTON, JESSIE MACK (Mrs. Frank Adams Hamilton),* soprano; 
teacher of singing ; pupil of Mrs. O. L. Fox, Chicago, Enrico Delle Sedie and 
Regina de Sales, Paris; studio, 1505 Kimball Building; Res. 5057 Winthrop 
Avenue. 

HANCOCK, IRVING C.,* concert organist; teacher of organ and piano; 
choirmaster and organist Trinity Episcopal Church ; Mrs. Irving C. Hancock 
(Adelaide D. Kilpatrick) ; Res. 4019 Michigan Avenue. 

HARRIS, MILON R.,* tenor; teacher of singing, specialty voice pro- 
duction and singing in English ; director of choirs and choral societies ; Cal- 
vary Presbyterian Church Choral Club (85 voices), Oglesby (111.) Choral 
Union (100 voices) ; studio, Kimball Hall; Mrs. Milon R. Harris (Janet E. 
Wilson) ; Res. 122 S. Homan Avenue. 

HATTSTAEDT, JOHN J.,* president American Conservatory of Music ; lec- 
turer ; address, Kimball Hall ; Res. 5043 Blackstone Avenue. 

HEATH, MRS. AGNES,* supervisor of music Chicago Public Schools; ad- 
dress, Chicago Board of Education; Res. 4515 Woodlawn Avenue; summer 
address, Lake Geneva, Wis. 

HEINZE, VICTOR,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; director Victor 
Heinze Master-School of Artistic Piano Playing ; studio, Fine Arts Building ; 
Res. 4069 Kenmore Avenue. 



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HENRY, HAROLD,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; extended concert 
trips; in 1915-16 playing from coast to coast, soloist with leading orchestras; 
under management Haensel & Jones, Aeolian Hall, New York; address, 613- 
614 Lyon and Healy Building, Chicago. 

HERDIEN, MABEL SHARP (Mrs. Walter Laurence Herdien),* concert 
soprano; soloist Sinai Temple and Sunday Evening Club; Res. 5132 Kenmore 
Avenue. 

HESS, HANS,* concert 'cellist; teacher of 'cello; faculty American Conserva- 
tory of Music ; Res. 2238 Dayton Street. 

HEWETT, MRS. KATE JORDAN,* manager of Hewett Bureau for Musical 
and Dramatic Artists, Fine Arts Building, 410 S. Michigan Boulevard. 

HEYMAR, WALLY,* violinist; teacher of violin; pupil of Sauret and Heer- 
mann; Res. 1139 Sunnyside Avenue. 

HICKOX, MISS GRACE,* dramatic reader and lecturer ; teacher of the art 
of expression; studio, 512 Fine Arts Building; Res. Auditorium Hotel. 

HIGHSMITH-LYDING, MARY (Mrs. Joseph B. Lyding),* soprano ; teacher 
of singing Chicago Musical College ; soloist St. Paul's Universalist Church ; 
also at Zion Temple ; Res. 5422 Ellis Avenue. 

HILLMANN, CARL,* violinist; since 1893 member Chicago Symphony 
Orchestra; composer chamber music, works for orchestra, piano, and other 
instruments, songs, etc.; Mrs. Carl Hillmann (Clara Moebius) ; Res. 1214 N. 
Dearborn Avenue. 

HINSHAW, MARVIN,* teacher of singing, specialist in tone production; 
studio, Kimball Hall; Res. 725 N. Central Avenue. 

HISLOP, MRS. MADGE MYERS,* pianist; teacher of piano and musical 
theory, The Conservatory of Music, 811 Lyon and Healy Building; Res. 3607 
Lake Park Avenue. 

HOLMQUIST, GUSTAF,* concert bass-baritone; teacher of singing Chicago 
Musical College; (pupil of Jean de Reszke and Oscar Seagle) ; Mrs. Gustaf 
Holmquist (Olivia Ogren) ; address, 624 S. Michigan Avenue. 

HOLSTMAN, ORPHA KENDALL* (Mrs. Frederick Albert Holstman), 
concert soprano ; teacher of singing ; director of singing and elocution Faulkner 
School for Girls; soloist Second Presbyterian Church; Res. 1124 E. Forty- 
sixth Street. 

HOLT, GEORGE NELSON,* concert basso; teacher of singing Columbia 
School of Music; Mrs. George Nelson Holt (Mary Wilkins), organist Twelfth 
Church of Christ Scientist; teacher of piano Rockford (111.) College, and in 
Chicago ; Res. 4436 Berkeley Avenue. 



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HOOTON, MISS EMMA A.,* teacher of piano and singing; studio, 726 Fine 
Arts Building; Res. 5488 Hyde Park Boulevard. 

HOWE, E. WARREN K., concert basso cantante; teacher of singing; con- 
ductor Chicago Choral Club ; studio, American Conservatory, Kimball Hall. 

HUELSTER, OTTO BISMARCK, baritone; teacher of singing, Kimball 
Hall Building, 300 S. Wabash Avenue ; Res. Elgin, 111. 

HUNTLEY, FRED H.,* concert bass-baritone ; soloist First Church of Christ 
Scientist, Highland Park, 111. ; treasurer and business manager The Apollo 
Musical Club, 241 S. Wabash Avenue (Lyon and Healy Building) ; Mrs. Fred 
H. Huntley (Eleanore Whilldin) ; Res. 1810 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

HUNTLEY, HAZEL,* contralto ; teacher of singing ; soloist First Congrega- 
tional Church, Evanston, 111. ; studio, 608 Fine Arts Building ; Res. 1810 Sher- 
man Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

HYDE, HERBERT E.,* concert organist; teacher of organ and choir train- 
ing American Conservatory of Music ; conductor Musical Art Society of Chi- 
cago; organist and choirmaster St. Peter's Episcopal Church; composer of 
songs : "Beautiful Art Thou", "As We Love", "Rain Song", "Long Ago", "As 
a Bird" ; also works for church choir, organ and piano ; studio, Kimball Hall ; 
Res. 3152 Pinegrove Avenue. 

INGRAM, FRANCES* (Mrs. K. G. MacVitty), concert and operatic con- 
tralto; member Chicago Grand Opera Company; formerly member Montreal 
Opera Company ; Res. 857 Ainslie Street. 

ITTE, FRITZ,* concert violinist ; member Chicago Symphony Orchestra ; 
(four appearances with the orchestra) ; violinist of Steindel Trio; Mrs. Fritz 
Itte (Frances A. Sievert) ; Residence-studio, 1225 Morse Avenue. 

JISKRA, MARGARET (Mrs. Vaclav Jiskra),* harpist Chicago Grand Opera; 
teacher of harp ; 4 years with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra ; 7 years with 
Theodore Thomas Orchestra ; Residence-studio, 1912 S. Homan Avenue. 

JISKRA, VACLAV,* solo bassplayer; teacher of bass; principal bass Chicago 
Symphony Orchestra ; 4 years with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra ; Resi- 
dence-studio, 1912 S. Homan Avenue. 

JOHNSON, MISS JENNIE F. W.,* concert contralto; teacher of singing; 
studio, Kimball Hall ; Res. 1507 E. Sixty-fifth Street. 

JOHNSTONE-BISHOP, MADAME GENEVRA,* dramatic soprano; 
teacher of singing; director vocal department Sherwood School of Music and 
Carroll College, Waukesha, Wis. ; Res. Congress Hotel, Chicago. 

JONANI, MISS IRENE, concert soprano; teacher of singing; formerly with 
Boston Opera Company ; Res. 4525 Michigan Avenue. 



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JUST, ROBERT H.,* violinist ; pianist ; teacher of violin and piano ; composer 
German, French, English songs, "Nine Songs of Sappho", string quartets, 
trios for strings, one orchestral suite, A Cappella Choruses ; Mrs. Robert H. 
Just (Winifrede Woodside) ; Res. 6054 Kenwood Avenue. 

KAEHLER, MISS IDA MARGARET,* teacher of piano American Con- 
servatory of Music, Kimball Hall; Res. 512 Deming Place. 

KEESLER, GRACE E. (Mrs. Harry Allen Keesler), pianist; accompanist; 
teacher of piano ; pupil of Rudolph Ganz and Ernesto Consolo ; on tour season 
1916-17; address, 1505 Kimball Building. 

KELLER, WALTER,* concert organist ; teacher of organ and musical theory ; 
director Sherwood Music School ; dean de Paul University School of Music ; 
organist and choirmaster Church of St. Vincent de Paul ; conductor ladies' 
chorus Musical Cycle, Danville, 111. ; composer, works for organ and piano, 
church music, songs; studio, 410 S. Michigan Avenue; Mrs. Walter Keller 
(Anna Talbot) ; Res. 4552 N. Winchester Avenue. 

KELLY, THOMAS J.,* teacher of singing; lecturer; author; Mrs. Thomas 
J. Kelly (May Robinson) ; Mr. and Mrs. Kelly in unique recitals of artistic 
song, including rare Irish and genuine Folk song programs ; studio, 707 Fine 
Arts Building, and the Chicago Institute of Music ; Res. Virginia Hotel. 

KILBY, LEMUEL,* bass-baritone ; teacher of singing Lyceum Arts Con- 
servatory; soloist Fourth Presbyterian Church; director vocal department 
Columbia Conservatory of Music, Aurora, 111. ; studio, Lyon and Healy 
Building. 

KIMBELL, GRANT, tenor; teacher of singing; Mrs. Grant Kimbell (Maud 
Myrtle Cook) ; studio, 400 Fine Arts Building; Res. 309 E. Forty-ninth Street. 

KINSEY, CARL D., vice-president and treasurer Chicago Musical College ; 
business manager Chicago North Shore Music Festival ; address, 624 S. Mich- 
igan Boulevard; Mrs. Carl D. Kinsey (Edwina Ord) ; Res. 910 Ainslie Street. 

KINSOLVING, MISS RACHEL BUSEY,* manager the Kinsolving Musical 
Mornings, Blackstone Hotel (Chicago), and Evanston Concert Series, Evans- 
ton, 111. ; address, Blackstone Hotel. 

KIRKMAN, MERLE* (Mrs. Robert D. Jones), concert violinist; teacher of 
violin ; composer songs, pieces for violin and piano, sonata for violin, piano 
pieces ; Res. 6707 Evans Avenue. 

KNAPP, WILLIAM H.,* tenor; teacher of singing; cellist and orchestral 
conductor; conductor Kenosha (Wis.) Choral Society; choirmaster Church of 
the Ascension, Chicago ; instructor in voice Northwestern University School of 
Music, Evanston, 111. ; studio, Cosmopolitan School of Music, Auditorium 
Building; Mrs. William H. Knapp (Nina Shumway) ; Res. 828 Simpson 
Street, Evanston, 111. 



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KNOCK, ERNEST,* conductor ; in Europe, conductor of Cologne Opera, and 
at Bayreuth, guest conductor of the Kaim Concerts, Munich, and the Fests- 
piele, Rotterdam ; on world tour as Wagner conductor Quinlan Opera to South 
Africa and Australia (1912-13) ; in America, guest conductor with Chicago 
Symphony Orchestra and Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra ; address, Fine 
Arts Building. 

KNUPFER, WALTER R.,* pianist; teacher of piano; music critic Illinois 
Staats-Zeitung; musical director Chicago Musical College; studio, 624 S. 
Michigan Boulevard; Mrs. Walter R. Knupfer (Anita Alvarez); Res. 908 
Crescent Place. 

KOBER, MISS GEORGIA,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; president and 
director piano department Sherwood School of Music ; address, 300 Fine Arts 
Building; Res. 836 Dakin Street. 

KOHLSAAT, CAROLINE (Mrs. Philemon B. Kohlsaat), teacher of singing 
National Kindergarten College, 2944 S. Michigan Avenue; conductor West 
End Woman's Club Chorus, Winnetka (111.) Chorus, and River Forest 
(111.) Woman's Club Chorus; Res. 341 Woodland Avenue, Winnetka, 111. 

KRAFT, ARTHUR C.,* concert tenor ; teacher of voice ; tenor soloist Pres- 
byterian Church, Lake Forest, 111., and Temple Sholom ; studio, 618 Fine Arts 
Building ; address, 2600 Hampden Court. 

KRAM, MAX,* pianist ; vice-president and director piano department Metro- 
politan Conservatory, Kimball Hall ; Res. 6241 Woodlawn Avenue. 

KRAUSS, ALEXANDER, concert violinist; member Chicago Symphony 
Orchestra ; teacher of violin ; studio, 712 Fine Arts Building ; Mrs. Alexander 
Krauss (Martha Koenigsman) ; Res. 3620 Rokeby Street. 

KREIDLER, LOUIS, baritone; member Chicago Opera Company; formerly 
with Metropolitan and Century Opera Companies, New York) ; teacher of 
singing; Mrs. Louis Kreidler (Margaret Mauser) ; studio, Fine Arts Building. 

KRUM, MRS. CHARLES L.,* soprano; teacher of singing; studio, 621 Fine 
Arts Building ; Res. 5000 Harper Avenue. 

KUNTZE, DR. WILLIAM,* organist ; pianist ; teacher of organ, piano and 
composition ; composer The 98th Psalm for 8 part chorus, full orchestra and 
organ ; songs, pieces for organ and piano ; musical director and organist Tem- 
ple Beth-El; studio, Fine Arts Building; Mrs. William Kuntze (Mary O'Neal 
Morrison) ; Res. Wheaton, 111. 

KURTZ, GEORGE RALF,* pianist; teacher of piano and theory; organist 
First Presbyterian Church (Englewood) ; studio, 300 Fine Arts Building; 
Res. HIS. Ashland Boulevard. 



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LA BARTHE, ALBERT, concert pianist; teacher of piano; composer works 
for piano, concertos, sonatas, smaller pieces ; director LaBarthe Pinoforte 
School, 625 Fine Arts Building ; Res. 6450 Kimbark Avenue. 

LA BERGE, CHARLES S.,* concert baritone ; teacher of singing American 
Conservatory, Kimball Hall; soloist at Fifteenth Church of Christ Scientist; 
Res. 75 Sixth Avenue, LaGrange, 111. 

LAGOURGUE, CHARLES,* clarinettist; formerly with Colonne Orchestra 
and Opera Comique Orchestra, Paris, France; founder and director The 
Lagourgue American School of Solfege; president The Music Conservatory 
of the Northwest, Inc. (Seattle, Wash.) ; founder The Lagourgue Chamber 
Music Society; best known compositions: "Nuit Veuve" (song), "Deuxienne 
Chanson" (violin), "Premiere Chanson" ('cello), "Grandmother's Tales" 
(clarinet) and orchestra numbers; address, 616 Michigan Boulevard. 

LAMB, MISS WINIFRED,* concert pianist; management Music League of 
America, Aeolian Hall, New York; teacher of piano Columbia School of 
Music, 509 Wabash Avenue ; Res. 5258 Kenmore Avenue. 

LAMPERT, CALVIN F.,* teacher of piano; organist Third Church of Christ 

Scientist ; studio, Kimball Hall ; Res. 4710 N. Racine Avenue. 

LANGER, ORA PADGET (Mrs. Charles H. Langer),* concert contralto; 
teacher of singing Lyceum Arts Conservatory; soloist Eighth Church of 
Christ Scientist ; studio, 604 Lyon and Healy Building. 

LAPHAM, MISS AGNES,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; studio, Fine 
Arts Building ; Res. 6042 Kenwood Avenue. 

LARGE, MISS JOSEPHINE,* pianist ; teacher of piano, harmony and choral 
music; director Piano Department University School for Girls; studio, 1106 
Lake Shore Drive ; Res. Hull House Apartments. 

LASH, DEWITT DURGIN, tenor; pianist; teacher of singing; composer 
"O! Lady Leave Thy Silken Thread" (madrigal for mixed voices), "Lullaby", 
"Two Roses", and other songs ; musical director Buena Memorial Presby- 
terian Church ; conductor Weaver Men's Glee Club ; director The Lash Studio, 
420 Fine Arts Building; Res. 1415 Leland Avenue. 

LASH, ESTHER WALRATH (Mrs. DeWitt Durgin Lash), soprano ; special 
costume recitals; teacher of singing; studio, 420 Fine Arts Building; Res. 
1415 Leland Avenue. 

LAUDER, W. WAUGH, pianist; lecture-recitalist; Liszt and Wagner pro- 
grams delivered before many schools; teacher of piano; musical director of 
various outside colleges and academies; Mrs. W. Waugh Lauder (Cora 
Lindsey) ; Res. 4834 Prairie Avenue. 

LAWRENCE, HELEN B. ( * pianist; teacher of piano Columbia School of 
Music ; Res. 2926 Pine Grove Avenue. 



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LEE, MISS MABEL, teacher of harmony and piano Columbia School of 
Music ; composer ; Res. 5633 Kenwood Avenue. 

LEHMANN, ALEXANDER, teacher of violin; secretary American Guild of 
Violinists; Mrs. Alexander Lehmann (Alice Armstrong); studio, 718 Fine 
Arts Building ; Res. 4630 Prairie Avenue. 

LEIST-BEEBE, AGNES (Mrs. G. L. Beebe),* soprano; teacher of singing; 
studio, 830 McClurg Building; Res. 913 E. Forty-second Place. 

LEMONT, CEDRIC W.,* pianist; teacher of piano and normal work; com- 
poser of the well known suites for piano: "Dream Pictures", "Creole 
Sketches" ; songs, many teaching pieces for piano, and violin and piano ; con- 
tributor to American History and Encyclopedia of Music ; on board of direc- 
tors Chicago Institute of Music, 712 Fine Arts Building; Mrs. Cedric W. 
Lemont (Anna B. Taylor) ; Res. 1215 E. Fifty-second Street. 

LENOX, LUCIE ROBERTS (Mrs. John Powell),* soprano; teacher of 
singing; studio, Fine Arts Building; Residence-studio, 321 N. Euclid Avenue, 
Oak Park, 111. 

LENSKA, MISS AUGUSTA, dramatic contralto; concert and opera; prin- 
cipal roles ; Ortrud, Carmen, Amneris, Azucena, Delilah, etc. ; debut in Ger- 
many 1909 ; concert appearances ; Res. 764 Oakwood Boulevard ; ( formerly 
lived in Cape Town, Cape Colony, South Africa). 

LEVINE, ISAAC, concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer "Bourree" 
and "Impromptu" (for piano); studio, Kimball Hall; Res. 550 E. Fiftieth 
Place. 

LEVY, HELEN L.,* concert manager, suite 850-854 McClurg Building; rep- 
resentative of Spizzi & Campanari, New York ; Res. 5239 Kimbark Avenue. 

LEVY, HENIOT,* pianist ; teacher ; composer violin sonata, piano concerto, 
trio, musical setting to Tennyson's "Guinevere" ; studio, Kimball Hall ; Mrs 
Heniot Levy (Ida Taterka) ; Res. 5100 Cornell Avenue. 

LEWIS, MRS. FREDERICK C.,* accompanist; studio, 621 Fine Arts Build- 
ing ; Res. 5647 Blackstone Avenue. 

LEWIS, GEORGE C., pianist; teacher of piano Cosmopolitan School of 
Music ; address, Auditorium Building. 

LIBBERTON, CORA (Mrs. J. H. Libberton),* concert soprano; teacher of 
singing ; member Chicago Grand Opera Company ; soloist Fourth Presbyterian 
Church ; studio, Fine Arts Building ; Res. 1839 Hammond Street. 

LINDLEY, MISS F. CARO,* soprano; teacher of singing and sightreading 
International College of Music and Expression, 63 Auditorium Building ; Res. 
5209 Indiana Avenue. 



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LINNE, MADAME RAGNA,* dramatic soprano; teacher of singing; studio, 
Kimball Building ; Res. 2620 Kimball Avenue ; summer address, Christiania, 
Norway. 

LISTEMANN, BERNHARD,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; author 
"Violin Methods"; studio, 519 Fine Arts Building; Mrs. Bernhard Liste- 
mann (Sophie Lungershausen) ; Res. 611 Fullerton Parkway. 

LLEWELLYN, EDWARD B., soloist on cornet and trumpet; teacher of 
both instruments ; first trumpet Chicago Symphony Orchestra ; composer 
solos for cornet and orchestral numbers; Mrs. Edward B. Llewellyn (Jose- 
phine Klein) ; Residence-studio, 1325 Thorndale Avenue. 

LONGMAN, MARIE WHITE (Mrs. George Claude Longman),* concert 
contralto; teacher of singing; special and unique programs for musical and 
literary clubs, schools and colleges ; has appeared in oratorio with the leading 
organizations; Res. 1311 E. Fifty-third Street; summer address, Lakeside, 
Michigan. 

LOOS-TOOKER, MADAME CAROLA, mezzo-soprano; teacher of singing; 
coach ; Res. 4450 Beacon Street. 

LOUDON, M. JEANNETTE,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; head of Jeannette 
Loudon Studios, 614 Fine Arts Building ; Res. 4169 Lake Park Avenue. 

LUND, RENE S.,* concert baritone ; soloist Grace Episcopal Church, teacher 
of singing ; Res. 2453 W. Monroe Street. 

LURVEY, CHARLES,* accompanist with Jenny Defau; coaching; Res. 1457 
E. Sixty-ninth Place ; New York address, Care, Winton & Livingston, Aeolian 
Hall. 

LUTTON, CHARLES EDWIN,* solo basso-cantante ; teacher of singing; 
director voice department North Park College (Chicago) ; choirmaster 
Woodlawn M. E. Church; musical director Woodlawn Women's Club Chorus; 
manager music department Clark Teachers' Agency; Mrs. Charles Edwin 
Lutton (Nelle Graves) ; Res. 1222 E. Sixty-fifth Street. 

LYONS, M. CATHERINE, Litt.D.,* reader writer; lecturer; vice-president 
and director Dramatic Art and Expression Department, The Maclean School, 
624 S. Michigan Avenue; director of Maclean Players; professional coach 
and stage director ; formerly with Gustav Frohman's Company, etc. ; address, 
624 S. Michigan Avenue. 

MAC BURNEY, THOMAS N.,* baritone; teacher of singing; Mrs. Thomas 
N. MacBurney (Elsa Fern Smith) ; studio, 609 Fine Arts Building; Res. 
6641 Minerva Avenue. 

MAC CONNELL, HARRIET JANE* (Mrs. James Crusinberry) , concert con- 
, tralto ; soloist Presbyterian Church, Lake Forest, 111. ; studio address, 428 Fine 
Arts Building ; Res. 7714 East Lake Terrace. 



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MACDERMID, JAMES G.,* accompanist; composer "If You Would Love 
Me" (sung by John McCormack), "Sacrament", "Charity", etc.; "Dawn" 
(mixed voices), "Query", "Reply" (piano), and other compositions; office, 
836 Fine Arts Building; Mrs. James G. MacDermid (Sibyl Sammis) ; Res. 
5219 Kenwood Avenue. 

MACDONALD, ROBERT N., pianist; teacher of piano; director piano de- 
partment William and Vashti College, Aledo, 111. ; organist First Church of 
Christ Scientist, Rock Island, 111. ; address, The Art League, Davenport, Iowa ; 
and Care Bureau of Fine Arts, 425 Fine Arts Building. 

MACKAY, FRANCIS A.,* organist; teacher of singing; consulting choir- 
master ; organist and choirmaster P. E. Church of the Redeemer ; studio, Kim- 
ball Hall; Mrs. Francis A. Mackay (Bernadette Trotier) ; Res. 1410 E. Fifty- 
sixth Street ; summer address, Lake Side, Michigan. 

MACLEAN, JUAN C.,* Mus. Doc., concert tenor ; lecturer ; teacher of voice 
development and singing; president and director music department The Mac- 
lean School ; conductor Bach Choir ; musical director Plymouth Congregational 
Church; author "The Maclean Method", "The Choral Director", "Opera in 
English", etc.; composer Cathedral Service in E flat, twenty chants, other 
church music ; address, 624 S. Michigan Avenue ; summer address, Lakewood, 
Mich. 

MAGNUS, MRS. FLORENCE R.,* teacher of singing ; studio, 616 Fine Arts 
Building ; Res. 6009 Harper Avenue. 

MAGNUS, RUDOLPH E.,* teacher of singing; studio, 616 Fine Arts Build- 
ing ; Res. 6009 Harper Avenue. 

MANN, ELLEN KINSMAN (Mrs. Gilbert S. Mann),* soprano; teacher of 
singing; studio, 718 Fine Arts Building; Res. 5543 Kenwood Avenue. 

MARE, LEOPOLD E. DE, French horn soloist Chicago Symphony Orches- 
tra; violinist; teacher of violin and French horn; Mrs. Leopold E. de Mare 
(Elsa L. Beyer) ; Res. 6224 Magnolia Avenue. 

MARLEY, ETHEL LATHROP,* pianist ; teacher of piano Sherwood Music 
School, 300 Fine Arts Building ; pupil of William Sherwood ; Res. 4649 Green- 
wood Avenue. 

MARX, LEON,* concert violinist; teacher of violin American Conservatory 
of Music; assistant concertmeister Chicago Grand Opera Orchestra; musical 
director Bay View (Michigan) Orchestra; Mrs. Leon Marx (Sidonie Kraus) ; 
Res. 5238 Kenwood Avenue ; summer address, Bay View Assembly, Michigan. 

MC CARRELL, ALBERT F.,* concert organist ; teacher of organ and piano ; 
organist and choir director Second Presbyterian Church; studio, 84 Audi- 
torium Building; Mrs. Albert F. McCarrell (Eva Oliver) ; Res. 1202 Maple 
Avenue, Evanston, 111. 



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MCCULLOUGH, EDITH AYERS (Mrs. Leslie F. McCullough),* soprano 
in recital and oratorio; teacher of singing; management of Harry Culbertson ; 
studio address, 616 Fine Arts Building; Res. 421 N. Oak Park Avenue, Oak 
Park, 111. 

MENAUL, ANNA E.,* supervisor of music, Madison, Wis. ; Res. 6647 Ken- 
wood Avenue, Chicago. 

MERRILL, ALICE FRENCH,* pianist; accompanist; ensemble; teacher of 
piano Mary Wood Chase School of Musical Arts, 800 Lyon and Healy Build- 
ing; member of board, Musicians Club of Chicago; Res. 5102 Kenwood 
Avenue. 

MIDDLESCHULTE, WILHELM, concert organist; teacher of piano and 
theory; director organ department American Conservatory (Chicago) and 
Wisconsin Conservatory (Milwaukee) ; composer (for organ) Passacaglia in 
D Minor, Concerto in A Minor (for organ and orchestra), Canon and Fugue 
on the Choral "Vater Unser", Canonic Fantasie and Fugue on B-A-C-H ; 
other works for organ and piano ; organist Chicago Symphony Orchestra ; 
organist St. James' R. C. Church and Temple Anshe Maryv ; Mrs. Wilhelm 
Middelschulte (Annette Musser) ; Res. 3234 S. Park Avenue. 

MILITZER, THEODORE, concert pianist ; teacher of piano The Conserva- 
tory of Chicago, 811 Lyon and Healy Building; Res. Arlington Heights, 111. 

MILLER, HERBERT,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; Mrs. Herbert 
Miller (Alice Prince), mezzo-soprano; teacher of singing; studio, Fine Arts 
Building ; Res. 5233 Kenmore Avenue. 

MILLER, JOHN B.,* tenor; teacher of singing; member board of directors 
Chicago Musical College ; manager Chicago Operatic Quartet ; Mrs. John B. 
Miller (May Winter Keane) ; Res. 4323 Kenmore Avenue. 

MINER, MISS MAUD A.,* dramatic reader ; teacher of expression, public 
speaking; coaching; studio, 718 Fine Arts Building; Res. 5711 Blackstone 
Avenue ; summer address, Chautauqua, New York. 

MOORE, EDWARD C.,* pianist; teacher of piano; composer songs and part- 
songs; musical editor Chicago Daily Journal; studio, Chicago Musical College; 
Mrs. Edward C. Moore (Hazel Humble) ; Res. 6328 Kenwood Avenue. 

MOORE, FRANCIS S., organist and choir director First Presbyterian 
Church ; conductor First Presbyterian Church Choral Society ; address, 301 S. 
Wabash Avenue. 

MORGAN, MISS ANNA,* founder and director the Anna Morgan Studios, 
a school of expression, physical and voice training, literature, reading, recita- 
tion, French, dancing and dramatic art ; address, 825 Fine Arts Building. 



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MOSES, MISS EMMA THERESA,* organist Seventh Church of Christ 
Scientist ; pianist ; teacher of organ and piano ; Res. 1045 Hollywood Avenue. 

MOSES, MYRTLE (Mrs. Samuel Alschuler),* mezzo-soprano in opera and 
concert; soloist with Chicago Grand Opera Company; Res. 4724 Ingleside 
Avenue. 

MUHLMANN, ADOLF,* music critic Chicago Abendpost, teacher of sing- 
ing; director Chicago Musical College; Mrs. Adolf Miihlmann (Marie Bern- 
feld) ; Res. 4334 Ellis Avenue; summer home, 148 Kant Street, Berlin, 
Germany. 

MURDOCK, MISS EFFIE E.,* organist ; teacher of organ and piano ; studio, 
American Conservatory of Music, Kimball Building; Res. 6122 Woodlawn 
Avenue. 

MURDOUGH, GERTRUDE HOGAN (Mrs. Andrew C. Murdough),* 
teacher of piano, normal training ; co-director Columbia School of Music ; 
Res. 3166 Cambridge Avenue. 

MURPHY, ELLA LA FORGE (Mrs. John Fremont Murphy),* dramatic 
soprano; management of Harriet Martin Snow; teacher of singing; studio, 
Lyon and Healy Building ; Res. 5000 Dorchester Avenue. 

NAZOR, MISS NAOMI,* concert soprano; teacher of singing; soloist St. 
James M. E. Church and Emanuel Congregation (Jewish) ; studio, Chicago 
Musical College, 624 Michigan Boulevard ; Res. 4621 Woodlawn Avenue. 

NEILL, AMY EMERSON,* concert violinist; pupil of Hugo Kortschak 
since 1908; winner of American Violinists' Contest (Chicago, February 1916) ; 
Res. 1436 E. Sixty-sixth Place. 

NELSON, EDGAR A.,* accompanist; teacher of organ and piano; with Bush 
Conservatory; organist First Presbyterian Church (Oak Park), Sunday Even- 
ing Club, and Apollo Club ; conductor Swedish Choral Club and Svithiod Male 
Chorus; Mrs. Edgar A. Nelson (Harriet Schuettler) ; Res. 4461 Beacon 
Street. 

NEUMANN, F. WIGHT,* concert manager; office, Kimball Hall, 300-310 
S. Wabash Avenue; Mrs. F. Wight Neumann (Lillian D. Mallory) ; Res. 3155 
Michigan Avenue. 

. NICOLAY, CONSTANTINE,* basso Manhattan Opera Company and Chi- 
cago Opera Company; teacher of singing; coach for opera and repertoire; 
studio, The Conservatory of Chicago, 811 Lyon and Healy Building; Res. 
Auditorium Hotel. 

NORTH, DOROTHEA (Mrs. Lewis Avery North),* concert soprano; ad- 
dress, Care Harry Culbertson, 5474 University Avenue. 



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NORTON, JOHN WESLEY,* organist and choirmaster St. James P. E. 
Church; dean organ department International College of Music, 63 Audi- 
torium Building; conductor Bach Choral Society; teacher of singing; Resi- 
dence-studio, 666 Rush Street, Care St. James Parish House. 

NUSSBAUM, SAMUEL H.,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; studio, Forty-seventh 
Street and Grand Boulevard ; composer songs and piano pieces ; Mrs. Samuel 
H. Nussbaum (Harriet Smith) ; Res. 945 E. Fifty-second Street. 

OBENDORFER, MARX E.,* pianist; coach for vocal repertoire; opera musi- 
cales in conjunction with Anne Shaw Faulkner; assistant conductor Chicago 
Grand Opera Company; Mrs. Marx E. Oberndorfer (Anne Shaw Faulkner) ; 
Res. 1331 E. Fiftieth Street. 

OCHSNER, MARION (Mrs. Albert J. Ochsner), president The National 
Federation of Musical Clubs; Res. 2106 Sedgewick Street. 

OLITZKA, MADAME ROSA,* the Russian operatic contralto; formerly 
with Covent Garden, Metropolitan and Chicago Grand Opera Companies ; also 
appearances in the various capitals of Europe ; now a leading artist in concert 
and festivals throughout America; management, R. E. Johnston, 1451 Broad- 
way, New York ; Res. 5030 Michigan Avenue, Chicago. 

ORCHARD, ALICE M. (Mrs. Charles Orchard), teacher of piano; accom- 
panist; director Orchard School of Music and Expression; studio, 1535 Hyde 
Park Boulevard ; Res. Hyde Park Hotel. 

OSBORNE, ALBERT, teacher of harmony and counterpoint Centralizing 
School of Music, 20 E. Jackson Boulevard; Mrs. Albert Osborne (Gertrude T. 
Weaving) ; Res. 4518 Prairie Avenue. 

OSMER, MABEL WEBSTER (Mrs. G. L. Osmer),* pianist; teacher of 
piano ; studio, Auditorium Building ; Res. 7654 Lake Park Avenue. 

OTIS, PHILO ADAMS,* secretary board of trustees Chicago Symphony 
Orchestra ; composer Christmas Cantata : "Wondrous Words of Love", Easter 
Cantata: "The Risen Christ" (soli, chorus, organ and orchestra), "Benedic- 
tus", "Pastorale" (violin, 'cello, harp, organ and bass), anthems; Res. 1709 
Prairie Avenue. 

OWENS, H. W.,* tenor; teacher of singing; director vocal department 
Western Conservatory of Music; composer anthem "I Will Exalt Thee", 
songs; conductor Haydn Choral Society of Chicago, Mozart Club (Plymouth, 
Ind.), Owen's Choral (Warsaw, Ind.) ; studio, 1516 Mailer's Building; Res. 
2112 Washington Boulevard. 

PALMER, JOHN,* teacher of piano ; composer pieces for piano, violin sonata, 
songs ; teacher of theory American Conservatory ; studio, 626 Fine Arts Build- 
ing ; Res. 19 E. Pearson Street. 



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PAPE, THOMAS A.,* teacher of singing; musical director Marshall Field 
& Company Choral Society; teacher of singing; Mrs. Thomas A. Pape (Kath- 
erine E. Burich) ; studio, Lyon and Healy Building; Res. 605 Thomas Avenue, 
Forest Park, 111. 

PARADIS, GERTRUDE RADLE (Mrs. George P. Paradis),* teacher of 
piano ; director and president Centralizing School of Music ; Res. 6359 Stewart 
Avenue. 

PARKER, FRANK,* baritone; head of voice department Moody Bible in- 
stitute ; director of music Edgewater Presbyterian Church ; Mrs. Frank Parker 
(Florence Lemming) ; address, 813 N. LaSalle Street. 

PERFIELD, EFFA ELLIS (Mrs. Thomas H. Perfield), pianist; organist; 
teacher of piano and organ ; president Effa Ellis Perfield Music School, Inc. ; 
address, McClurg Building, 218 S. Wabash Avenue. 

PERKINS, WALTON,* pianist; teacher of piano; author "Piano Technique, 
Classified and Systematically Arranged" ; composer piano pieces, songs, other 
works ; contributor to the leading musical magazines ; for many years editor of 
Music Department on leading Chicago newspapers; president The Conserva- 
tory of Chicago, Lyon and Healy Building; Mrs. Walton Perkins (Gertrude 
Grosscup) ; Res. 3972 Lake Park Avenue. 

PETERSON, MISS EDNA GUNNAR,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
pupil of Rudolph Ganz ; soloist regular concerts Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, St. Paul Symphony Orchestra, Berlin 
Philharmonic Orchestra; Res. 1352 E. Sixty-second Street. 

PLATZ, ARTUR,* concert tenor in recital and oratorio; soloist Highland 
Park Presbyterian Church ; address, Fine Arts Building. 

PLUMB, MISS ESTHER,* concert contralto; teacher of singing Lyceum 
Arts Conservatory ; soloist Seventh Church of Christ Scientist ; Res. 4173 Lake 
Park Avenue. 

POMEROY, MRS. LILLIAN W., teacher of piano American Conservatory ; 
Res. 4056 Kenmore Avenue. 

PRAHL, EARL VICTOR,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano Bush Conserva- 
tory; Res. 115 E. Oak Street. 

PROCTOR, WARREN,* concert tenor; teacher of singing; soloist First 
Church of Christ Scientist; member Chicago Grand Opera Company (1915- 
16), re-engaged for 1917; appeared as soloist with the Apollo Musical Club 
(1915), The Singverein (1916), Haydn Choral Society of Chicago (1916), 
Bach Choral Society of Chicago (1916) ; studio, 400 Fine Arts Building; Mrs. 
Warren Proctor (Gertrude Carlson) ; Res. 1845 S. Ninth Avenue, Maywood, 
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PROTHEROE, DANIEL,* baritone; teacher of singing and composition; 
conductor Arion Musical Club of Milwaukee, American Choral Society of Chi- 
cago; Bell Telephone Male Chorus; musical director Central Church; com- 
poser "In the Cambrian Hills" (a tone poem for orchestra), choral works, 
choruses, anthems, songs ; studio, Fine Arts Building ; Mrs. Daniel Protheroe 
(Hannah Harris) ; Res. 515 E. Thirty-fourth Street. 

PYRE, WALTON, actor; teacher of elocution and dramatic art; director 
Walton Pyre School of Dramatic Art, affiliated with the American Conserva- 
tory; studio, 707 Kimball Building; Mrs. Walton Pyre (Bessie Bennett); 
Res. 6109 Kimbark Avenue ; summer address, 1600 W. Twenty-second Street, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

QUENSEL, ALFRED,* first flutist Chicago Symphony Orchestra; composer 
works for flute and piano ; teacher of flute and piano ; Mrs. Alfred Quensel 
(Ottilie Nagel) ; Res. 1522 Hood Avenue. 

RAAB, ALEXANDER,* pianist; head of Piano Department Chicago Insti- 
tute of Music ; has toured extensively in England, France, Germany, Austria- 
Hungary, and together with Kubelik in Russia. 

RADANOVITS, SANDOR S.,* baso in concert, opera and recitals; teacher 
of singing ; conductor Illinois Athletic Glee Club ; composer Hungarian songs ; 
associate teacher, Augusta Meeker, contralto ; studio, Fine Arts Building ; Res. 
Illinois Athletic Club. 

RANKL, JOHN,* bass-baritone; soloist Christ Church, Winnetka, 111.; 
teacher of singing; studio, 608 Fine Arts Building; Res. 5826 Circle Avenue. 

RANOUS, ARTHUR H.,* baritone ; choirmaster Church of the Holy Spirit, 
Lake Forest, 111. ; member Lexington Quartet ; member choir Oriental Con- 
sistory, 32d degree ; studio, 900 Lyon and Healy Building ; Res. 2610 Hamp- 
den Court. 

READ, JOHN T., concert basso; teacher of singing American Conservatory 
of Music ; Res. 507 W. Sixty-second Street. 

READ, LILLIAN FRENCH (Mrs. John T. Read), concert soprano; teacher 
of singing ; soloist Fourth Church of Christ Scientist ; studio, Fine Arts Build- 
ing ; Residence-studio, 507 W. Sixty-second Street. 

RECKZEH, KARL,* concert pianist; orchestral conductor; teacher of piano 
Chicago Musical College; musical director Orpheus Maennerchor, Vereinigte 
Maennerchore, Sen f elder Liederkranz and Liedertafel Freiheit; Mrs. Karl 
Reckzeh (Linnie Louise Sutherland) ; Res. 2042 Bradley Place. 

REED, CLARE OSBORNE (Mrs. Charles B. Reed),* director and president 
Columbia School of Music; dean Piano Department Columbia School of 
Music. 509 S. Wabash Avenue ; Res. 3748 Sheffield Avenue. 



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REUTER, RUDOLPH,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; one of the 
directors Chicago Musical College ; studio, 624 S. Michigan Avenue ; summer 
home, Edgewood, North Conway, N. H. 

RICHARDSON, ISABEL,* concert soprano in recital, oratorio and opera; 
management Harriet Martin Snow, 64 E. Van Buren Street ; Res. 4636 Sheri- 
dan Road. 

RICHARDSON, JOHN ALLEN,* organist; teacher of organ and singing; 
organist and choirmaster St. Paul's P. E. Church; Res. 5026 Blackstone 
Avenue. 

RIHELDAFFER, MADAME GRACE HALL,* concert soprano; appear- 
ances with New York Symphony Orchestra, Russian Symphony Orchestra 
(New York), Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and leading musical clubs; 
management Ralph B. Alford, Cable Building; Res. 5218 Dorchester Avenue. 

RIPLEY, ELBERT N.,* teacher of piano and organ The Conservatory of 
Chicago, 811 Lyon and Healy Building; organist and choirmaster Christ P. 
E. Church, Gary, Ind. ; president Gary Musical College Company (Gary, 
Ind.) ; Mrs. Elbert N. Ripley (S. Louise Smythe) ; Res. Hobart, Ind. 

RIVE-KING, MADAME JULIE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano Bush 
Conservatory of Music; composer "La Scintilla", "Impromptu", "March of 
the Goblins", "Bubbling Spring" ; many arrangements for piano ; address, 
Bush Conservatory. 

ROBBINS, MRS. CHARLES,* soprano; violinist; teacher of singing; musi- 
cal director Hyde Park Choral Club; Res. 1372 E. Fifty-second Street. 

ROBERTSON, DONALD,* actor; director Dramatic Department Cosmo- 
politan School of Music ; manager The Drama Players ; author dramatic poems, 
songs and sonnets ; address, Care The Cliff dweller's Club. 

ROBINSON, MISS CAROL, concert pianist; teacher of piano; studio, Kim- 
ball Hall ; Res. 1063 Thorndale Avenue. 

ROBINSON, O. E.,* teacher of singing and public school music ; director of 
music Hyde Park High School ; musical director Chicago Teachers' Chorus ; 
choirmaster Oakland M. E. Church ; member of advisory board American 
Conservatory of Music; Mrs. O. E. Robinson (Annabel McGill) ; Res. 543 E. 
Fiftieth Street. 

ROBYN, MISS LOUISE, pianist ; teacher of piano ; director Children's and 
Normal Department American Conservatory of Music, Kimball Hall; Res. 
6415 Drexel Avenue. 

ROEHRBORN, OTTO B., concert violinist; member of Beethoven Trio, 
Chicago String Quartet and Chicago Symphony Orchestra ; Res. 1410 Thome 
Avenue ; summer address, Twin Lakes, Wis. 



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ROSENFELD, MAURICE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; Chicago 
critic Musical America; musical editor Chicago Examiner (1907-1917) ; com- 
poser works for orchestra and piano ; contributor to musical and literary 
magazines ; studio, Kimball Hall ; Mrs. Maurice Rosenfeld (Estelle Slesinger) ; 
Res. 5631 Prairie Avenue. 

ROSS, HELEN,* accompanist; organist First Baptist Church, Oak Park, 
111., and assistant organist First Presbyterian Church (Chicago) ; teacher of 
piano and organ ; studio, Chicago Musical College ; Res. 91 1 Pleasant Street, 
Oak Park, 111. 

RUFF, ALBERT E.,* voice specialist ; studio, 304 S. Wabash Avenue ; Mrs. 
Albert E. Ruff (Nellie C. Mallory) ; Res. 1516 E. Sixty-first Street; summer 
address, Escondido, California. 

RUFFO, ETTORE TITTA,* teacher of singing; composer "Malena" (opera 
in 3 acts), other works; critic and correspondent Rivista Melodrammatica ; 
studio, Chicago Musical College, 624 S. Michigan Boulevard; Mrs. Ettore 
Titta Ruffo (Marie, Contessa Zuccoli) ; Res. Auditorium Hotel. 

* 

RUMMEL, WILLIAM BERNARD,* concert pianist; director Rummel 
Music Studios, Lyon and Healy Building; Mrs. William Bernard Rummel 
(Dora Carman) ; Res. 6608 Bosworth Avenue. 

RUNDLE, MYRTA COE,* teacher of piano (courses in normal training) ; 
director Rundle School of Music, 400 Fine Arts Building; contributor to 
music magazines ; Res. 1058 Berwyn Avenue. 

RUSSELL, ESTELLE L.,* teacher of singing; musical director Garfield 
Park Baptist Church; studio, 809-810 Lyon and Healy Building; Res. 3555 
Congress Street. 

SACERDOTE, DR. EDOARDO, teacher of singing Chicago Musical Col- 
lege ; coach for distinguished singers ; conductor Melba Opera Company in 
Australia; Mrs. Edoardo Sacerdote (Jeanne von Haken-Nelissen) ; Res. 2832 
Prairie Avenue. 

SALVI, ALBERTO,* harp virtuoso ; teacher of harp ; on tour from Septem- 
ber to April; graduate of Naples (Italy) Conservatory; studio, 329 S. Wabash 
Avenue ; Res. 700 S. Racine Avenue. 

SAMETINI, LEON, concert violinist ; director Violin Department Chicago 
j- Musical College; Mrs. Leon Sametini (Louise Ferraris); Res. 3974 Lake 
Park Avenue ; summer address, Ostende, Belgium. 

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SAMMIS-MAC DERMID, SIBYL* (Mrs. James G. MacDermid). soprano; 
teacher of singing Lyceum Arts Conservatory, Lyon and Healy Building; 
soloist Fifth Church of Christ Scientist, and leading choral and orchestral 
organizations ; joint recitals with James G. MacDermid, composer-accompanist ; 
Res. 5219 Kenwood Avenue. 

SAURER, HAROLD D.,* baritone; concert; oratorio; teacher of singing 
Mary Wood Chase Conservatory of Musical Arts, Lyon and Healy Building ; 
manager music department Fisk Teacher's Agency ; soloist St. Luke's P. E. 
Church, Evanston (111.) ; Res. 730 Emerson Street, Evanston, 111. 

SCHADA, MISS MARIE,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; studio, Fine 
Arts Building ; Res. The Brewster, 504 Diversey Parkway. 

SCHEIB, MISS ELEANOR W.,* pianist; accompanist; ensemble; teacher 
of piano ; coach for singers ; address, Fine Arts Building ; summer address, 92 
Farmington Avenue, Hartford, Conn. 

SCHNEIDER, EDWIN,* pianist; composer; accompanist; on tour October 
1st, 1916, to May, 1917, with John McCormack, the Irish tenor; Chicago ad- 
dress, 722 Sheridan Road ; New York address, Care, Charles L. Wagner, 145 1 
Broadway. 

SCHREURS, JOSEPH, solo clarinetist Chicago Symphony Orchestra ; mem- 
ber Chicago Wood Wind Choir ; teacher of clarinet ; Mrs. Joseph Schreurs 
(Emilie Herzog) ; Res. 2238 Orchard Street; summer home, Loon Lake, Wis. 

SCHULTE, KARL,* concert and symphony violinist; member violin depart- 
ment Chicago Musical College for past three years ; teacher of violin Kemper 
Hall, Kenosha, Wis. ; member Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra ; Res. 4530 
Clifton Avenue; summer address, 1234 Park Avenue, Racine, Wis. 

SCHUMANN-HEINK, MADAME ERNESTINE* noted concert and opera- 
tic contralto with Chicago Grand Opera Company; formerly with Metropoli- 
tan Opera Company, with Hamburg (Germany) Stadt-Theater ; important 
engagements in Bayreuth, Munich, and other musical centers abroad ; principal 
roles : Ortrud, Fricka, Erda, Fides, Azucena ; phenomenal concert tours ; man- 
agement Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street, New York; 
Res. 3672 Michigan Avenue ; summer home, "Villa Fides", Singac, N. J. 

SCHUSTER, MISS KATHERINE A.,* only authorized Chicago teacher of 
the Dora Duty Jones Method of Lyric Diction and Technique of Speech; 
affiliated with Centralizing School of Music, Chicago College of Physical 
Education and Technical Normal School; Res. 541 Thomas Avenue, Forest 
Park, 111. 

SCHUTZ, G. MAGNUS,* concert basso-cantante ; teacher of singing Hin- 
shaw Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Art, 304 S. Wabash Avenue ; Mrs. 
G. Magnus Schutz (Anna Christen) ; Res. 5434 University Avenue. 



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SCIONTI, SILVIO, concert pianist; teacher of piano American Conserva- 
tory of Music; Mrs. Silvio Scionti (Adele Tommasi) ; Res. 4305 Ellis Avenue. 

SCOFIELD, MINNIE N.* (Mrs. W. C. Scofield), soprano; teacher of 
singing (operatic and concert repertoire) ; 5 years vocal teacher assistant to 
the late Signor Marescalchi (member Adelina Patti and Abbey Grau Opera 
Companies) ; studio, Auditorium Building; Res. 1459 E. Seventy-first Place; 
summer home, "Wood Bound", Muskegon, Mich. 

SCOTT, MISS CARRIE,* pianist; teacher of piano; director Mendelssohn 
Conservatory of Music; studio, Suite 830, 218 S. Wabash Avenue; Res. 2519 
N. Kimball Avenue. 

SCOTT, E. H.,* president Western Conservatory of Music; founder inter- 
state branch studio system ; teacher of piano ; lecturer ; musical director ; Mrs. 
E. H. Scott (Grace Knowlton), teacher of piano ; studio, 5 S. Wabash Avenue. 

SCOTT, MISS VIVIAN, pianist; teacher of piano and theory; studio, 1339 
E. Forty-seventh Street ; Res. 4140 Lake Park Avenue. 

SEBALD, ALEXANDER, concert violinist; teacher of violin; concert- 
meister Chicago Grand Opera Orchestra; composer songs: "Romance for 
Violin", marches and waltzes for orchestra; author "Violin Technic"; Mrs. 
Alexander Sebald (Angelina Mundt) ; Residence-studio, 4621 Lake Park 
Avenue. 

SHOSTAC, HENRI,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; director Shostac 
String Quartet; violinist in "Trio Ensemble"; Mrs. Henri Shostac (Ray 
Finkelstein), concert violinist; member Shostac Quartet; hand specialist, 
teaching system of hand training for musicians; studio, 823-824 Lyon and 
Healy Building. 

SIEGEL-MYERS SCHOOL OF MUSIC* (H. T. Myers, President; Clar- 
ence Eddy, dean) ; an institution of the highest order, teaching music 
by university extension method perfected to highest degree of efficiency; in- 
structors connected with this school are artists of international reputation, such 
as Protheroe, Rosenbecker, Crampton, Frances E. Clark, and Glenn Dillard 
Gunn ; address, 4043 Drexel Boulevard. 

SINDLINGER, CHARLES E.,* concert tenor; recitals; teacher of singing; 
secretary Cosmopolitan School of Music and Dramatic Art; head of voice 
department Mrs. John R. Gray School of Music, Bloomington, 111. ; studio, 
Auditorium Building; Res. Auditorium Hotel; summer address, Sans Souci 
Park, Waterloo, Iowa. 

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SINGER, WALFRIED,* solo harpist; orchestral conductor; teacher of harp; 
member Chicago Symphony Orchestra; member faculty Chicago Musical 
College; member faculty Northwestern School of Music (Evanston, 111.); 
for several years conductor of Sunday Afternoon Orchestra Concerts at 
Art Institute ; Mrs. Walfried Singer (Vera H. Palmer) ; Res. 6214 Mag- 
nolia Avenue. 

SLADE, LOUISE HARRISON* (Mrs. Arthur Brayton Slade), concert 
contralto; oratorio and recital; soloist Chicago Apollo Club season 1914-1915; 
Res. 1243 N. State Street. 

SMIDT, MABLE CORLEW* (Mrs. Helmer W. Smidt), soprano in concert 
and oratorio ; soprano soloist First Presbyterian Church, Oak Park, 111. ; Res. 
4862 Kenmore Avenue. 

SMITH, MISS ELEANOR,* teacher of singing and school music; studio, 
709 Fine Arts Building; director of music Hull House Music School; author 
Eleanor Smith Music Series, Modern Music Series; composer songs for 
children ; Res. 12 W. Walton Place ; summer address, Lakeside, Michigan. 

SMITH, H. AUGUSTINE,* musical director and manager Choral Union, 
Treble Clef Choir, the Cecilian Choir, the Boy Choir, and the Carol Choir; 
choirmaster New First Congregational Church ; lecturer on Church Music and 
Hymnology Chicago Theological Seminary and Divinity School, Chicago Uni- 
versity; specialist in the singing and interpretation of hymns (state and 
national conventions), and the organization of children's choirs; address, 20 
N. Ashland Boulevard. 

SMITH, ROBERT YALE, concert pianist ; professor of piano Bush Conser- 
vatory ; 5 years pupil of Fanny Bloomfield Zeisler ; accompanist for Evan 
Williams and Charles W. Clark; Res. 1107 N. Dearborn Street. 

SMITH, WILLIAM GRISWOLD,* tenor; teacher of singing; choirmaster 
Normal Park Baptist Church; president Baton Club; studio, Centralizing 
School of Music, 20 E. Jackson Boulevard; Mrs. William Griswold Smith 
(Marion Evans Twiss) ; Res. 6758 Perry Avenue. 

SNOW, HARRIET MARTIN* (Mrs. George W. Snow), impresaria; direc- 
tor Snow Concert and Choir Bureau ; manager Central Music Hall, 64 E. Van 
Buren Street ; business manager Chicago Mendelssohn Club ; Res. 3838 Shef- 
field Avenue. 

SOWERBY, LEO,* composer ; teacher of theory and composition ; composer 
concertos for violin and violoncello, Symphonic Sketch and Symphonic Suite 
for orchestra, sonatas for violin, organ, piano, violin and piano, chorale-pre- 
ludes for organ, two suites for violin and piano, etc. ; works have been played 
at American concerts by Chicago Symphony Orchestra, under direction of 
Glenn Dillard Gunn ; studios, American Conservatory and Fine Arts Building ; 
Res. 6432 Harvard Avenue. 



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SPENCER, ALLEN,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano American Conserva- 
tory of Music; Mrs. Allen Spencer (Amy Moulton) ; address, American 
Conservatory of Music ; summer address, Wequetonsing, Michigan. 

SPRY, WALTER,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; president and director 
Chicago Institute of Music, Fine Arts Building; Mrs. Walter Spry (Mary 
Esther Orr) ; Res. 1633 Asbury Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

SQUIRE, CHARLES,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; organist First Church 
of Christ Scientist ; Res. 4057 Ellis Avenue. 

STANCE, GUSTAV,* trombone soloist; teacher of trombone American 
Conservatory, Kimball Building; principal trombone Chicago Symphony Or- 
chestra; Mrs. Gustav Stange (Louise Weidig) ; Res. 1446 Hood Avenue. 

STEIN, KARL BUREN,* Mus. Doc., concert tenor; teacher of singing, 
harmony and composition; president Auditorium Conservatory, 54-55 Audi- 
torium Building; composer songs, anthems, male quartets; Mrs. Karl Buren 
Stein (Enola Pearl Pierce) ; Res. 1840 Morse Avenue. 

STEINDEL, BRUNO, concert violoncellist ; solo 'cellist Chicago Symphony 
Orchestra; teacher of 'cello; studios, 410 S. Michigan Avenue, and at Res. 
1325 Birchwood Avenue, Rogers Park. 

STEPHALI, SOFIA* (Myrtle Lee), mezzo-soprano; teacher of singing 
International College of Music and Expression ; graduate of Stern Conserva- 
tory, Berlin ; Res. 6106 Kimbark Avenue. 

STEVENS, NELDA HEWITT* (Mrs. Elgin Howard Stevens), concert 
dramatic soprano ; address, Care Byrne & Stevens, 237 S. Market Street. 

STEVENS, ROBERT WATERMAN,* concert pianist ; organist and choir- 
master Chicago Philharmonic Society and University Chorus ; teacher of 
piano, organ and harmony ; composer 2 piano concertos, setting for Whit- 
tier's "Snow-Bound" (for chorus and orchestra) ; author "Student's Prac- 
tical and Progressive Harmony"; Mrs. Robert Waterman Stevens (Lillian 
Dwight Brown) ; Res. 5521 University Avenue. 

STEVENSON, MISS LUCILLE,* concert soprano; teacher of singing; 
soloist First M. E. Church, Evanston, 111. ; address, Auditorium Building. 

STOCK, FREDERICK A.,* conductor Chicago Symphony Orchestra; com- 
poser Symphony in C Minor, Symphonic Variations, other works for orches- 
tra, songs; Mrs. Frederick A. Stock (Elizabeth Musculus) ; Res. 5477 East 
End Avenue. 

STOCKDALE, EUGENE,* director of Department of Drama, The Con- 
servatory of Chicago ; plays : "His Dream Child", "Edged Tools"; studio, 811 
Lyon and Healy Building; Mrs. Eugene Stockdale (Helen Norton Knight) ; 
Res. 4300 Washington Boulevard; summer address, 371 Central Park West, 
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STOUT, MISS LILIAN MARY,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; pupil of Egon 
Petri ; studio, 823-824 Lyon and Healy Building ; Res. 5344 Kenmore Avenue ; 
summer address, Harbor Point, Michigan. 

STULTS, MRS. MONICA GRAHAM (Edith Monica Graham),* soprano in 
recital, oratorio, concert; teacher of singing Columbia School of Music, 509 
S. Wabash Avenue; Residence-studio, 1519 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

STULTS, WALTER ALLEN,* concert basso; teacher of singing; music 
critic Evanston (111.) Daily News Index; addresses, Northwestern University 
School of Music, Evanston, 111., and Kimball Hall, Chicago; Res. 1519 Hinman 
Avenue, Evanston, 111. 

STURKOW-RYDER, THEODORA (Mrs. B. H. Ryder),* concert pianist; 
teacher of piano; composer Six Rhythm Sketches (for beginners), four Old 
English Dances (for four hands), Shadow Dance and Terantelle for piano; 
three songs: "Love's Feast", "I Thought of You", "Content"; "Rhapsodic 
Russe" and "Romance" (for violin and piano), Suite in C Minor, Invention, 
Pastoral, Gigue and transcription of March Op. 40, Schubert, for piano ; Res. 
and studio, 4715 Lake Park Avenue. 

SWANSON-VER HAAR, EDNA* (Mrs. John J. Ver Haar), contralto in 
concert and oratorio ; teacher of singing and piano Calumet Conservatory of 
Music; soloist First Presbyterian Church; management Harry Culbertson; 
Res. 5541 Drexel Avenue. 

TAYLOR, MISS ADA E.,* editor and publisher The Violinist and The Music 
Lover's Calendar; former editor the Musical Standard and the Journal of 
School Music; address, 431 S. Wabash Avenue. 

TENNEY, GEORGE L.,* tenor; teacher of singing; conductor Lewis Insti- 
tute Chorus (500 voices) and Glee Clubs; director Friday Evening Club; 
soloist and director quartet choir First M. E. Church, Oak Park (111.) ; ad- 
dress Lewis Institute; Mrs. George L. Tenney (Adelaide Brown Miller), 
soprano ; Res. 300 Franklin Avenue, River Forest, 111. 

TEW, H. WHITNEY,* of London, England; master of vocal art, XVIII 
century principle; singer of bass and baritone roles; dramatic author and 
lyricist ; address, Fine Arts Building. 

THAL, MISS DELLA,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; soloist with Chi- 
cago Symphony Orchestra and Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra ; studio, Fine 
Arts Building ; Res. Chicago Beach Hotel. 

THATCHER, BURTON,* baritone; member board of directors Chicago 
Musical College; best known as a recital and oratorio artist; has appeared 
with Chicago Symphony Orchestra (American concert), North Shore Festival, 
Chicago Apollo Club, etc.; Mrs. Burton Thatcher (Mary Cook) ; Res. 3615 
Leland Avenue. 



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THOMSON, MISS MARY PECK,* soprano; teacher of singing; studio, 620 
Fine Arts Building. 

TOMLINS, WILLIAM L.,* president Tomlins' Institute of Music, Audi- 
torium Building. 

TORRENS, L. A.,* teacher of singing; musical director Elgin Choral Society; 
address, Cosmopolitan School of Music; Mrs. L. A. Torrens (Margaret M. 
Liddell), soprano; teacher of singing; studio, Auditorium Building; Res. Elm- 
hurst, 111. ; summer address, Nahant, Mass. 

TOY, ERNEST,* concert violinist; director Violin Department Chicago In- 
stitute of Music; composer "Lilma" (Lullaby), and "Madrigal" (for violin 
and piano) ; has toured extensively as concert violinist throughout Europe, 
Australia and New Zealand ; was concert master with the Melba Grand Opera 
Company in Australia; address, 712 Fine Arts Building. 

TRAMONTI, ENRICO, solo harpist Chicago Symphony Orchestra; pianist 
teacher of piano and harp; Mrs. Enrico Tramonti (Juliette Oltramare) ; Res. 
Del Prado Hotel. 

TRIMBLE, CLARA G. (Mrs. George M. Trimble),* soprano ; teacher of sing- 
ing; director Amateur Musical Club Chorus, Ottawa, 111.; studio, 619 Fine 
Arts Building ; Res. Ottawa, 111. 

TUCKER, CARLILE,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; studio, 811 
Lyon and Healy Building ; Res. 1938 Home Avenue, Rogers Park. 

UNDERWOOD, REX,* violinist and teacher Centralizing School of Music, 
20 E. Jackson Boulevard ; manager Ostrovsky Institute of Hand Development 
for Musicians, 64 E. Van Buren Street ; Res. 4645 Magnolia Avenue. 

UNGER, WALTER, violoncellist Chicago Symphony Orchestra ; Residence- 
studio, 711 S. Ridgeland Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

UPTON, GEORGE P.,* author "Women in Music," "Standard Operas," 
"Standard Oratorios," "Standard Symphonies," "Musical Pastels," "Life of 
Theodore Thomas," "Life of Remenyi," "Standard Concert Guide," "Standard 
Concert Repertory," etc. ; ex-president Chicago Apollo Club ; musical editor 
Chicago Journal (1855-1862), Chicago Tribune (1862-1882) ; Mrs. George P. 
Upton (Georgiana S. Wood) ; Res. 5491 East End Avenue. 

VAS DUSEN, FRANK W.,* organist teacher of organ and piano American 
Conservatory of Music; composer 20 teaching pieces for piano; organist 
Eighth Church of Christ Scientist; Mrs. Frank Van Dusen (Marion Edith 
Carpenter) ; Res. 6205 Langley Avenue. 

VAN GORDON, CYRENA,* concert and opera mezzo-contralto; member 
Chicago Grand Opera Company ; concert tours and recitals ; concert manage- 
ment Harry Culbertson ; address, Cable Piano Company. 



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VAN GROVE, ISAAC,* pianist ; accompanist ; coach ; studios, 400 Fine Arts 
Building, and also Chicago Institute of Music; Mrs. Isaac Van Grove (Mable 
Sherwood Cox) ; Res. 939 Foster Avenue. 

VAN GROVE, MABEL COX (Mrs. Isaac Van Grove),* soprano in opera 
and concert ; Res. 939 Foster Avenue. 

VAN HOOVEN, BELLE UNDERWOOD (Mrs. Enyeart van Hooven),* 
pianist; accompanist; studio, 626 Fine Arts Building; Res. 122 E. Superior 
Street. 

VAN HOOVEN, ENYEART,* robust tenor concert tours ; teacher of sing- 
ing ; studio, 626 Fine Arts Building ; Res. 122 E. Superior Street. 

VAN SWERIGEN, HOWARD,* tenor; teacher of singing; studio, Fine Arts 
Building ; Res. 4646 Woodlawn Avenue. 

VARESI, MADAME ELENA,* teacher of singing; studio, Kimball Hall; 
Res. The Brewster, 504 Diversey Parkway. 

VERNON, MRS. MARY STRAWN,* principal public school music depart- 
ment and teacher of theory, Columbia School of Music ; composer part-songs ; 
studio, 509 S. Wabash Avenue ; Res. 301 Seminary Street, Wheaton, 111. 

VILIM, JOSEPH A.,* concert violinist; director Vilim American Violin 
School, 907 Kimball Building ; author "Violinist's Guide" ; Mrs. Joseph A. 
Vilim (Elizabeth Hofmann) ; Res. Riverside, 111. 

VILONAT, WILHELM W.,* teacher of singing; studio, Fine Arts Building; 
Res. Congress Hotel. 

VOEDISCH, THE MISSES ALMA AND HULDAH,* booking agents for 
concert artists; address, 3941 Rokeby Street. 

VOEGELI, HENRY E.,* assistant manager Chicago Symphony Orchestra; 
business address, 850 Orchestra Building; Mrs. Henry E. Voegeli (Franke 
Reynolds) ; Res. 1226 E. Forty-seventh Street ; summer address, Eagle River, 
Wisconsin. 

VOELCKER, CARL A.,* teacher of singing ; studio, rooms 907-910 Lyon & 
Healy Building ; Res. 225 Wisconsin Street ; summer address, Hubbard Woods, 
Illinois. 

VOTAW, MISS LYRAVINE,* contralto; teacher of singing; studio, 103 
Auditorium Building; director public school music department Centralizing 
School of Music ; Res. 6611 Woodlawn Avenue. 

WAGNER, FRANZ* concert cellist ; teacher of 'cello ; studio, 1000 Stcinway 
Hall ; Mrs. Franz Wagner (Mathilde George) ; Res. 1337 Glenlake Avenue. 



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WALD, MAX,* pianist; teacher of piano; visiting head of Piano Depart- 
ment South Bend (Ind.) Conservatory of Music; composer "Yolande" (light 
opera), songs, piano works; studio, Fine Arts Building; Res. 735 Cass Street; 
summer address, Dowegiac, Michigan. 

WALKER, EDWARD,* tenor; teacher of singing; Mrs. Edward Walker 
(Jean Dancey) ; Res. 1112 E. Sixty-fifth Street. 

WALKER, HERMAN L.,* tenor ; teacher of singing ; studio, 725 Fine Arts 
Building; Mrs. Herman L. Walker (Jane Belle Canfield) ; Res. 515 W. 
Sixtieth Place. 

WANIECK, KURT,* pianist; teacher of piano American Conservatory of 
Music, Kimball Hall. 

WARD, KATHARINE HOWARD (Mrs. Walter John Ward), teacher of 
piano and organ ; accompanist ; coach ; organist First M. E. Church, Evanston, 
111. ; organist Marshall Field Choral Society ; organist Sunday Evening Club ; 
studio, Lyceum Arts Conservatory ; Res. 857 Ainslie Street. 

WARNER, MARJORIE DODGE (Mrs. William Warner).* concert soprano; 
teacher of singing; soloist Lake Forest Presbyterian Church, Lake Forest 
(111.) ; Res. 808 Lawrence Avenue. 

WATHALL, ALFRED G.,* instructor in violin and harmony Northwestern 
University School of Music, Evanston, 111.; choral and orchestral conductor; 
conductor Commonwealth Edison Choral Society ; composer comic operas : 
"The Sultan of Sulu," "Sinbad," "Pasquita"; part-songs, anthems, songs, 
etc.; Mrs. Alfred G. Walthall (Elsa H. Zeuch) ; Res. 2424 Burling Street. 

WATT, CHARLES E., editor and publisher of Music Neu-s, 850 McClurg 
Building. 

WATT, HARMON H.,* pianist; teacher of piano and theory; composer 
pieces for piano, including variations for two pianos on the chorale "Nun 
Komm, der Heiden Heiland" ; songs ; president and director Chicago Piano 
College, Kimball Hall ; Mrs. Harmon H. Watt (Mary Stewart) ; Res. Western 
Springs, 111. 

WEBER, MISS HENRIETTE,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; lecturer 
on "Social Aspects of Music" for Lecture Association of University of Chi- 
cago; director Opera Concerts, Art Institute, Chicago; author text book for 
the study of harmony ; studio, Auditorium Building ; Res. 8 E. Elm Street. 

WEBSTER, FRANK B., concert bass-baritone; teacher of singing; studio, 
Kimball Hall; Mrs. Frank B. Webster (Sarah Kimbell) ; Res. 43 Walnut 
Street, Hinsdale, 111. 



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WEDERTZ, CHARLES GORDON,* pianist; organist; teacher of piano and 
organ; organist and choirmaster St. Alban's P. E. Church; studio, 624 S. 
Michigan Avenue; Mrs. Charles Gordon Wedertz (Mary Eva Schnable) ; Res. 
6954 Yale Avenue. 

WEEK, MISS ANNA LOUISE,* concert contralto ; permanent address, 721 
Fine Arts Building. 

WEGENER, MADAME JUSTINE,* soprano; teacher of singing Bush Con- 
servatory ; director Bush Conservatory Glee Club ; Res. 666 Roscoe Street. 

WEIDIG, ADOLF,* violinist ; teacher of violin and composition ; composer 
for orchestra, Capriccio; "Semiramis," 3 Episodes, Symphony in C Minor, 
Symphonic Suite, other works including pieces for piano and violin, and songs ; 
associate director American Conservatory of Music; Mrs. Adolf Weidig 
(Helen Ridgway) ; Res. Hinsdale, 111. 

WEISBACH, HARRY, concert violinist ; principal first violin Chicago Sym- 
phony Orchestra ; teacher of violin ; address, Orchestra Building. 

WELLS, HOWARD,* pianist; teacher of piano; formerly an assistant of 
Leschetizky) ; author text-book "Ears, Brain and Fingers" ; studio, 707 Fine 
Arts Building; Mrs. Howard Wells (Rose Case) ; Res. 5428 Kimbark Avenue. 

WENT WORTH, ESTELLE* (Mrs. Albert Parr), prima donna soprano 
Court Opera Dessau Anhalt, Municipal Opera, Freiburg in Breisgau; guest 
appearances Vienna Royal Opera, Berlin Royal Opera, Frankfort A. M., 
Cologne, Leipzig ; recent appearances in opera and concert in America ; princi- 
pal roles ; Aida, Butterfly, Tosca, Mimi, Elsa, Elizabeth, Manon, Maliella, Pa- 
mina, Eva ; Res. Woodcliff Lake. 

WESSELS, FREDERICK J.,* manager Chicago Symphony Orchestra; 
treasurer Chicago Orchestral Association ; business address, 850 Orchestra 
Building; Mrs. Frederick J. Wessels (Minnie Mitchell) ; Res. Congress Hotel; 
summer address, Norwalk, Conn. 

WESTERVELT, MISS LOUISE ST. JOHN,* concert soprano ; teacher of 
singing; choral conductor; director Columbia School Chorus (women's voices) 
and Sherman Park Civic Music Association Chorus (mixed voices) ; musical 
director Chicago Kindergarten Institute ; address, Columbia School of Music, 
509 S. Wabash Avenue; Res. 1353 N. State Street. 

WETZEL, LE ROY,* head of Voice Department Metropolitan Conservatory ; 
professional coach ; composer church anthems, songs ; organist and choir- 
director Wicker Park Lutheran Church ; studio, Kimball Building ; Mrs. 
LeRoy Wetzel (Clara Jensen) ; Res. 4717 N. Drake Avenue. 

WHEELER, EDNA ANNA* (Mrs. Guy W. Ballard), concert harpite, in- 
structor National Conservatory of Music and Mendelssohn Conservatory of 
Music ; studio, 329 S. Wabash Avenue ; Res. 6730 Ridgeland Avenue. 



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WHITE, LILIAN* (Mrs. Heinrich Josef Freyn), soprano; teacher of singing, 
studio, 607 Fine Arts Building; Res. 5201 Harper Avenue. 

WHITSON, ZETTA GAY,* violinist; director Violin Department the Mary 
Wood Chase School of Music, Lyon and Healy Building; pupil of Theodore 
Spiering; Res. 24 S. Hamlin Avenue; summer address, Care, Mary Wood 
Chase School of Musical Arts, Ludington, Michigan. 

WHITTAKER, JAMES,* pianist; music critic Chicago Examiner; address, 
Chicago Examiner, 336 W. Madison Street. 

WILD, HARRISON M., concert organist; pianist; teacher of organ and 
piano ; conductor Apollo Musical Club and Mendelssohn Club ; also conductor 
Mendelssohn Club of Rockford, 111.; organist and choirmaster Grace P. E. 
Church ; studio, Kimball Hall ; Res. 3263 Groveland Avenue. 

WILLARD, MISS CAROLYN,* concert pianist; teacher of piano Carolyn 
Willard Studios, 721 Fine Arts Building; summer home and school, Union 
City, Michigan. 

WILLIAMS, ALFRED,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; manager and 
director The Chautauqua and Lyceum Coaching School; address, Cable 
Building; Mrs. Alfred Williams (Jane Webber) ; Res. 5649 Maryland Avenue. 

WILLIAMS, DR. CARVER,* concert basso; teacher of singing; treasurer 
Cosmopolitan School of Music and Dramatic Art; studio, Auditorium Build- 
ing; Mrs. Carver Williams (Eliza Thomson Dunn) ; Res. 1039 E. Forty-ninth 
Street. 

WILLIAMS, DAY,* concert cellist ; teacher of 'cello and ensemble Cosmo- 
politan School of Music; also teacher at Northwestern School of Music 
(Evanston, 111.) ; member Northwestern University String Quartet; Mrs. Day 
Williams (Amelia Sheld) ; Res. 1229 Norwood Street. 

WOODWARD, GUY HERBERT, violinist; teacher of violin Bush Con- 
servatory; Mrs. Guy Herbert Woodward (Vera Allen); Res. 641 Oakdale 
Avenue. 

WRIGHT, MRS. SAMUEL,* mezzo-contralto ; teacher of singing; studio, 
607 Fine Arts Building. 

WRIGHTSON, HERBERT J.,* pianist ; teacher of piano and theory Balatka 
Musical College; composer songs, part-songs, anthems, pieces for piano and 
organ ; critic and review editor for Musical Monitor; studio, 1404, 20 E. 
Jackson Boulevard ; Res. 8845 Aberdeen Street. 

YAHR, MARIE (Mrs. Eugene F. Yahr),* concert contralto; management 
Harriet Martin Snow, 64 E. Van Buren Street ; Res. 849 Lakeside Place. 



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ZEISLER, FANNIE BLOOMFIELD (Madame Sigmund Zeisler),* concert 
pianist; extended tours; remarkable successes in Europe and America; Res. 
5749 Woodlawn Avenue. 

ZENDT, MARIE SIDENIUS (Mrs. George H. Zendt),* concert soprano; 
teacher of singing ; soprano Kenwood Evangelical Church ; studio, Kimball 
Hall. 

ZETTELMAN, JOSEPH,* tympanist ; teacher of tympanum ; for 20 years 
first tympanist Chicago Symphony Orchestra; studio, Orchestra Hall; Mrs. 
Joseph Zettelman (Margaretha Hittner) ; Res. 4532 Magnolia Avenue; sum- 
mers, Cecil, Wisconsin. 

ZEUCH, WILLIAM EDWARD,* concert organist; teacher of organ; 
organist First Congregational Church, Oak Park, 111. ; Res. 6006 Kenmore 
Avenue, Chicago. 

ZIEGFELD, DR. FLORENZ,* president emeritus Chicago Musical College, 
624 S. Michigan Boulevard; Mrs. Florenz Ziegfeld (Rosalie de Hez) ; Res. 
1448 W. Adams Street. 

ZUKOWSKY, ALEXANDER, violinist; with Chicago Symphony Orches- 
tra; teacher of violin; Mrs. Alexander Zukowsky (Marie Sonn) ; Residence- 
studio, 544 E. Fifty-first Street. 

DECATUR 

MILLIKIN CONSERVATORY ARTIST'S COURSE 

MAX L. SWARTHOUT, 853 W. North Street Musical Director 

DONALD M. SWARTHOUT, 265 N. Fairview Street Associate Director 

SWARTHOUT, MAX VAN LEWEN,* concert violinist; teacher of violin 
and piano; director Millikin Conservatory of Music; Mrs. Max van Lewen 
Swarthout (Myrtle Edwards) ; address, 853 W. North Street. 

DANVILLE 

CHORAL CLUB OF THE MUSICAL CYCLE (Ladies' Chorus) 

WALTER KELLER, Conductor 

4552 N. Winchester Avenue, Chicago 

Committee 

Miss BERTIE BRADEN, 423 Vermilion Street Chairman 

MRS. ELLA WHITE 319 Walnut Street 

MRS. IKE LEVINE 1110 Logan Avenue 

Miss LEONORE WILSON. . . .702 Vermilion Street 



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DIXON 

SAINT CECELIA CHOIR 

KENNARD BARRADELL, Conductor 

624 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago 

MRS. GRACE BAIRD President 

HENRIETTA RENWICK Secretary and Treasurer 

ELGIN 

AMATEUR MUSICAL CLUB 

DR. ROBERT A. ADKINS President 

MRS. F. W. JOSLYN Vice-President 

MRS. WILLIAM H. HINTZE, 557 Chicago Street Secretary and Treasurer 



ELGIN CHORAL SOCIETY 

(Mixed Chorus 100 Voices) 

L. A. TORRENS, Conductor 
Auditorium Building, Chicago 

ERNEST C. LUTHER, Sherwin Block President 

MRS. L. A. TORRENS, Auditorium Building Vice-President 

H. W. HINTZ, 325 Perry Street Treasurer 

MRS. H. K. SCATLIFF, 640 Forest Avenue Secretary 

MRS. JANE HASEMAN, 60 Grove Avenue Librarian 

EVANSTON 

CHICAGO NORTH SHORE FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

PETER CHRISTIAN LUTKIN, Conductor 
1330 Church Street 

FRANK S. SHAW, McCormick Building, Chicago President 

HENRY B. WYETH, Cunard Building, Chicago First Vice-President 

ALEXANDER O. MASON, Highland Park, Illinois Second Vice-President 

WALTER B. SMITH, 100 W. Washington Street, Chicago Secretary 

JOHN HALE HILTON, 247 Monadnock Building, Chicago Treasurer 



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EVANSTON MUSICAL CLUB 

P. C. LUTKIN, Musical Director 
1330 Church Street 

GEORGE S. MONTGOMERY, 1619 Chicago Avenue President 

MRS. JAMES A. PATTEN, Ridge Avenue and Grove Street V ice-President 

FRED C. STOKES, 1840 Asbury Avenue Secretary 

A. P. BRADLEY, 943 Elmwood Avenue Treasurer 



MUSIC STUDY CLUB 

Miss ZELLA MARSHALL, 2030 Orrington Avenue President 

Miss MARGARET FABIAN, 1100 Oak Avenue First ^ice-President 

Miss MARY FABIAN, 1100 Oak Avenue Second Vice-President 

Miss EDNA MACDONALD, 1225 Michigan Avenue Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. JOHN M. SHUMWAY, 839 Judson Avenue Recording Secretary 

Miss ROSE BATES, 2112 Orrington Avenue Treasurer 

AMMONS, JOSEPHINE REA (Mrs. Lawrence C. Ammons), pianist ; teacher 
of piano; Residence-studio, 1612 Chicago Avenue. 

AMMONS, LAWRENCE CREATH, pianist; teacher of piano; Residence- 
studio, 1612 Chicago Avenue. 

DODGE, LOUIS NORTON,* teacher of theory and piano Northwestern 
University School of Music; Mrs. Louis Norton Dodge (Kathleen Carman) ; 
Res. 1826 Wesley Avenue. 

LUTKIN, PETER CHRISTIAN,* dean School of Music Northwestern Uni- 
versity; composer anthems, works for church service; author "Music in the 
Church" ; lecturer on Church Music, Garrett Biblical Institute ; musical direc- 
tor Evanston Musical Club and North Shore Festival Association ; Mrs. Peter 
Christian Lutkin (Lelah Carman) ; Res. 1330 Church Street; summer address, 
"Redcrest," Northport Point, Michigan. 

MACDONALD, MISS EDNA, concert violinist; teacher of violin North- 
western University School of Music; secretary Music Study Club; Res. 1225 
Michigan Avenue. 

MCCONATHY, OSBOURNE,* director Department Public School Music 
Northwestern University ; editor "School Song Book" for High Schools ; ex- 
ecutive editor "Progressive Music Series" for schools; Res. 1727 Wesley 
Avenue. 



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OLDBERG, ARNE, M.A.,* member National Institute of Arts and Letters, 
and National Association of College Professors ; director piano and instru- 
mental composition departments Northwestern University ; concert pianist ; 
teacher of piano; composer 2 symphonies, 2 overtures: "Theme and Varia- 
tions," "Rhapsody," etc., for orchestra ; 3 quintets, 1 quartet, organ concert, 
other works; Mrs. Arne Oldberg (Mary Sloan) ; Res. 1024 Maple Avenue; 
Chicago address, Cliffdweller's Club. 



GALESBURG 

GALESBURG MUSICAL UNION 

WILLIAM F. BENTLEY, Musical Director 
160 W. South Street 

L. L. STEELE, 791 N. Academy Street President 

E. E. HINCHLIFF, 269 Maple Avenue Vice-President 

M. J. McREYNOLDS, 403 W. South Street Secretary 

ALDEN M. ROSE, 86 N. Whitesboro Street Treasurer 



BENTLEY, WILLIAM F.,* baritone; teacher of singing; director Knox 
Conservatory of Music ; manager Knox Conservatory Concert Course ; choir- 
master Central Congregational Church ; conductor Galesburg Musical Union 
(150 voices) and Kewanee Choral Union (85 voices); composer of songs: 
"Just As I Am," "O Little Town of Bethlehem" ; Mrs. William F. Bentley 
(Julia A. Webster) ; address, Galesburg; summer address, Sequanota Club. 
Charlevoix, Michigan. 

HOPKINS, MISS JESSIE LYNDE, contralto in concert, recital and ora- 
torio ; teacher of singing Knox Conservatory ; summer address, Devil's Lake, 
Wisconsin. 

THOMPSON, JOHN WINTER,* concert organist; teacher of organ and 
theory ; director Organ and Theory Departments Knox College Conservatory 
of Music; organist Central Congregational Church; composer "Hear, Oh 
Lord" (motet), "Hear My Prayer" (motet), settings for "Jesus, Lover of My 
Soul," "Saviour, Thy Dying Love," "Jerusalem, The Golden" (hymn-an- 
thems), "Pontifical March," "Intermezzo," "Grand Chorus," "Adagio Re- 
ligioso" (organ) ; other works for organ; served three terms as president of 
Illinois Music Teachers' Association; Mrs. John Winter Thompson (Mary J. 
Moon) ; Res. 473 Monmouth Boulevard; summer address, Sequanota Club, 
Charlevoix, Michigan. 



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GREENVILLE 

WHITE, MISS BERTHA L.,* teacher of piano, harmony, theory and normal 
courses; director of music Greenville College; president Bond Company 
Musical League ; Res. 422 E. College Avenue. 



JACKSONVILLE 

CHAMINADE MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. J. P. BROWN, 305 N. Prairie Street President 

MRS. ROBERT L. STICE, 2 Cherry Flats Vice-President 

CORA GORDON GRAHAM, 637 Hardin Avenue Secretary 

Miss SARAH WALKER, 429 S. Church Street Treasurer 

BROWN, MAUD H. (Mrs. J. P. Brown), teacher of piano and singing; 
president Chaminade Musical Club; Res. 305 N. Prairie Street. 

MUNGER, EDMUND,* pianist; teacher of piano and musical history; as- 
sistant director Illinois College Conservatory of Music; address, Academy 
Hall, Illinois College ; summer address, Xenia, Ohio. 

WILSON, GENEVIEVE CLARK,* concert soprano; teacher of singing; 
address, Illinois College Conservatory of Music. 

KEWANEE 

KEWANEE CHORAL UNION 

MR. WILLIAM F. BENTLEY, Musical Director 

Galesburg, Illinois 

J. W. BRADLEY, E. Oak Street President 

Miss BESSIE STUEBINGER, 233 S. Tremont Street Vice-President 

MRS. A. O. WILLETT, Kewanee, Illinois Secretary 

S. D. BURGE, Kewanee, Illinois Treasurer 

LA GRANGE 

LLEWELLYN, MISS VIDA,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; correspond- 
ing secretary Suburban Musical Association, Inc. ; Res. 324 Sixth Avenue. 



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LAKE FOREST 

MILINOWSKI, MARTA,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; director Lake 
Forest School of Music; pupil of Moszkowski, Breithaupt and Carreno; ad- 
dress, Lake Forest School of Music ; summers, Cricket Lodge, North Boston, 
New York. 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM PRESTON,* baritone in recitals and oratorio ; head 
of vocal department Lake Forest University; conductor Ferry Hall Chorus, 
University Glee Club, Community Chorus ; address, Lake Forest. 

MASON CITY 

EUTERPEAN SOCIETY 

MRS. JOHN THOMPSON President 

MRS. THERON OBERMEYER V ice-President 

Miss RUBY ELY Secretary 

MRS. V. B. MATHERS Treasurer 

MOLINE 

MOLINE CHORAL UNION 

DR. C. E. ALLUM, Musical Director 
Wheaton, Illinois 

R. A. LYNCH, 1025 Fourteenth Street President 

ADA ENTRIKEN PETERSON, 2814 Sixteenth Street Vice-President 

MABEL A. ALSTERLUND, 1525 Eleventh Avenue Secretary 

MRS. GRICE CROFF, 1317 Thirteenth Avenue Treasurer 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF MOLINE WOMAN'S CLUB 

MRS. J. J. DORGAN, 907 Perry Street, Davenport, la Chairman 

MRS. HENRY L. BULLEN, 1021 Seventh Street Vice-Chairman 

MRS. W. H. GUTHRIE, 1128 Fifteenth Street Secretary 

Miss MOLLIE MCENIRY, 1410 Fourteenth Street Treasurer 

Miss EDNA M. MITCHELL, 

1025 Fourteenth Street, Chairman Students Department of Music Department 



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NORDQUIST, MISS VIOLET,* teacher of piano; assistant to Mary Lindsay 
Oliver in Oliver Studios; organist First Methodist Church; Res. 1319 Thir- 
teenth Street. 

OLIVER, MISS MARY LINDSAY,* concert pianist; teacher of piano, organ 
and harmony; accompanist; coach; music critic Moline Dispatch; representa- 
tive and correspondent for Musical America; local manager of appearances 
by distinguished artists; lecturer; composer Nocturne for piano, songs; Res. 
1525 Fifth Avenue. 



MONMOUTH 

MUSIC CLUB 

Miss EMILY L. THOMAS President 

ALFRED SCHAUMLEFFLE Corresponding Secretarry 

NORMAL 

WESTHOFF, FRANK WILLIAM,* director Department of Music Illinois 
State Normal University (15 years) ; supervisor of music Decatur (111.) Pub- 
lic Schools, 1891-1901 ; author public schools singing books ; address, Normal. 

OAK PARK 

ASBURY BIBLE CLASS 

GEORGE L. TENNEY, 300 Franklin Avenue, River Forest, Illinois President 

FLORENCE ZANDER Vice-President 

ESTHER HOOVER, 725 N. Kenilworth Avenue Secretary 

EARL SPRING, 1013 Erie Street Treasurer 

(The Class has presented such artists as Charles W. Clark, Jane Osborne 
Hannah, Cecil Fanning, etc.) 

KING, MISS IDA OWENS, accompanist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 949 Lake 
Street. 



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OGELSBY 

CHORAL CLUB 

MILON R. HARRIS, Conductor 
905 Kimball Building, Chicago, 111. 

N. M. MASON President 

MRS. O. L. JONES Vice-President 

MRS. DR. Cox Secretary and Treasurer 

OTTAWA 
CHAMBERLIN, MISS IDA E.,* teacher of piano; Res. 203 Clay Street. 

LINCOLN, MISS KATHERINE,* violinist; teacher of violin and harmony; 
Res. 824 Ottawa Avenue. 

PEORIA 

AMATEUR MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. DUDLEY CHASE CHAFFEE, 202 Melbourne Avenue President 

MRS. JACQUES BLOOM, 344 Moss Avenue First Vice-President 

MRS. FRANK T. TAYLOR, 337 Crescent Avenue Second Vice-President 

MRS. DAVID LASKEY, 316 N. Elizabeth Street Recording Secretary 

MRS. WALTER THEDE, 443 Barker Avenue Corresponding Secretary 

Miss ELIZABETH RIESZ, 809 N. Monroe Street Financial Secretary 

Miss HELEN NIXON, 112 Flora Avenue Press Secretary 

MRS. EMMA AHRENDS, 318 Fredonia Avenue Federation Secretary 

MRS. W. S. PARRY, 604 Moss Avenue Treasurer 

L. M. THURLOW, 205 E. McClure Avenue Auditor 

CHAFFEE, MRS. DUDLEY CHASE, director Children's Department Peo- 
ria Musical College; president Amateur Musical Club; Res. 202 Melbourne 
Avenue. 

CHRISTENSEN, CARL C.,* teacher of piano and pipe organ ; organist First 
Congregational Church since 1889 ; composer songs : "The Gingerbread Man," 
"Good Sirs, Take Care" ; piano compositions : "Polonaise Moderne," "Dollie 
Dancing"; Mrs. Carl C. Christensen (Lois A. Stull) ; Res. 508 Main Street. 

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COHEN, SOL,* violinist; head of Violin Department Peoria Musical Col- 
lege; composer "Ten Songs," Op. 1. (words by Robert Louis Stevenson), 
and "Concert Duet for Two Violins," Op. 2; pupil of Sauret, Heermann, 
Sevcik, Hubay and Von Fielitz; for one year first violinist Cincinnati Sym- 
phony Orchestra ; summer address, Crystal, Michigan. 

IFFLAND, EMIL, teacher of piano ; Mrs. Emil Iffland (Anna Beseman) ; 
address, 223 Bigelow Avenue. 

PLOWE, HAROLD, violinist; teacher of violin, piano and theory; conductor 
Bradley Symphony Orchestra ; organist and choirmaster Arcadia Avenue 
Presbyterian Church; Mrs. Harold Plowe (Jennie Odell) ; Res. 421 Frye 
Avenue. 



QUINCY 

SCHERZO CLUB 

MRS. H. L. WHIPPLE President 

Miss MARY E. STONE V ice-President 

Miss FLOY L. WRIGHT Secretary 

Miss ADELINE JANSEN Treasurer 

ROCKFORD 

MENDELSSOHN CLUB 

HARRISON M. WILD, Musical Director 

3263 Groveland Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

MRS. CHANDLER STARR, 405 Summer Street President 

MRS. FRED MOFFATT Vice-President 

Miss JOSEPHINE PHINNEY, 216 N. Horsman Street Secretary 

MRS. CHARLES REITSCH, 706 N. Horsman Street Treasurer 

RALSTON, MISS FANNY MARION,* pianist ; teacher of piano, harmony, 
counterpoint, composition and musical form ; director of music Rockford Col- 
lege ; composer "Musical Ideas for Beginners" (piano), "Scotch Idyll" 
(organ), "The Wonderful Here and Now," Sonata for piano in E flat minor, 
etc. ; address, Rockford College. 



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ROCK ISLAND 

APOLLO GLEE CLUB 

CLARKE L. SWANSON, Musical Director 
1035 Seventeenth Avenue 

CHRIST I. REDERSEN, 821 Forty-third Street President 

ERNEST W. OLSON, 3900 Eighth Avenue V ice-President 

ARTHUR L. SWANSON, 1029 Seventeenth Avenue Secretary 

FRANK L. JOHNSON, 522 Third Street Treasurer 







HANDEL ORATORIO SOCIETY 

J. VICTOR BERGQUIST, Musical Director 
Augustana College 

DR. GUSTAV ANDREEN, Thirty-fifth Street and Eighth Avenue President 

AMY GRAULUND, Forty-first Street and Eighth Avenue Secretary 

PROF. ANDREW KEMPE, Augustana College Treasurer 



ROCK ISLAND MUSICAL CLUB 

Miss KATHERINE GEST, 1203 Second Avenue President 

MRS. F. K. RHOADY, 1032 Twenty-first Street Vice-President 

Miss CATHERINE HEINBECK, 224 Third Avenue Secretary 

MRS. L. S. WYNES, 1228 Second Avenue Treasurer 

ANKER, ALBERT,* violinist; (graduate Institute of Musical Art, New 
York) ; director violin department Augustana College Conservatory of Music ; 
musical director Augustana College Orchestra ; Res. 3906 Seventh Avenue. 

SAMUELSON, ARVID,* concert pianist ; director piano department Augus- 
tana College Conservatory of Music ; musical director Oriole Club of Augus- 
tana College; Mrs. Arvid Samuelson (Marjorie Haas) ; Res. Davenport, Iowa. 

STECK, MISS NOTOVENA FAGER, pianist; teacher of piano; Residence- 
studio, 1117 Third Avenue. 



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SPRINGFIELD 

MAYER, CLARENCE A.,* concert pianist; organist; teacher of piano and 
organ; director Springfield Musical College; organist and choirmaster First 
Christian Church; Mrs. Clarence A. Mayer (Marjorie Chamberlin) ; address, 
Springfield. 

STERLING 

PHILIPS, MABLE M., organist First Baptist Church ; teacher of piano and 
organ ; Res. 612 First Avenue. 



URBANA 

BARLOW-SMITH, MRS. CONSTANCE,* director Department of Public 
School Music University of Illinois; assistant professor of music University 
' of Illinois ; member Board of Examiners Illinois State Music Teachers' Asso- 
ciation ; secretary Music Department National Educational Association ; Res. 
1001 W. Oregon Street ; summer address, 720 W. College Avenue, Jackson- 
ville, 111. 

ERB, J. LAWRENCE,* organist ; teacher of organ, singing and theory ; direc- 
tor School of Music University of Illinois; organist and choirmaster McKinley 
Memorial Church; author "Johannes Brahms" (a biography), "Hymns and 
Church Music," "Elements of Harmony," "Elementary Theory" ; composer 
three marches for organ, anthems, songs, other works for organ, etc. ; president 
Music Teachers' National Association ; president Illinois Chapter National 
Association of Organists; Mrs. J. Lawrence Erb (Ethel Berenice Heydinger) ; 
Res. 709 W. Washington Boulevard. 

SCHWARTZ, GEORGE FOSS,* instructor of violin and 'cello University of 
Illinois ; author "Catechism of Harmony," "Melody Harmonization," "Har- 
monic Analysis"; Mrs. George Foss Schwartz (Emma Julia Houghton) ; Res. 
501 W. High Street; summer address, Hamlin Lake, Route 5, Ludington, 
Michigan. 



WAUKEGAN 

STARBUCK, EARL C.,* concert violinist ; director of music public schools ; 
conductor Municipal Orchestra; composer "Starbuck's Beginner's Orchestra 
Books" ; Mrs. Earl C. Starbuck (Estelle Jones) ; address, Waukegan. 



WILMETTE 

BEDLAN, MISS ELOISE A., concert pianist; teacher of piano; Residence- 
studio, 711 Washington Avenue. 



INDIANA 

BLOOMINGTON 

CAMPBELL, CHARLES D.,* head of Music Department Indiana Univer- 
sity ; professor of history and theory of music ; Res. 523 E. Third Street. 

\ 

EVANSVILLE 

ORATORIO SOCIETY 

PARIS R. MYERS, Conductor 
A. G. KLEINLEIN . . President 



GERMANIA MAENNERCHOR 

WILLIAM ECKERT, Musical Director 
BENEDICT LINDENBERGER, Musical Director 



LIEDERKRANZ MAENNERCHOR 

PAUL A. WALZ, Musical Director 

12 Jefferson Avenue 
CHARLES BROMM . . .President 



CONCORDIA SINGING SOCIETY 

C. R. KIENER, Musical Director 

BICKING, MISS ADA E.,* supervisor of music Evansville Public Schools; 
director Bethel Evangelical Choir; formerly head of music department 
State Normal School, St. Cloud, Minn. ; member of faculty School of 
Education Indiana University; supervisor of music Vincennes (Ind.) Pub- 
lic Schools ; Res. 406 Grant Street. 

CAVENDER, MARIE LOUISE,* pianist; accompanist; Res. 125 Chestnut 
Street. 

CHENHALL, MARTIN B., A.R.C.O.,* head of music department Evans- 
ville High School; organist and choirmaster Zion's Evangelical Church; 
Res., 420 Kentucky Avenue. 

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CINTURA, ARNULF,* musical director Majestic Theatre ; arranges compo- 
sitions for orchestra, band and other instrumental and vocal combinations; 
studio, 420 Adams Avenue. 

HANMER, ALFRED N.,* baritone; teacher of singing; pupil of Cotogni, 
Rome, Italy; Res. 1206 Upper Second Street. 

KERTH, MISS MARY LOUISE,* pianist; teacher of piano and harmony; 
Musical editor Evansville Courier; studio, Courier Building. 

MCCOY, MISS ALDA VICTORIA,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
pupil of Emil Liebling, Chicago; Madame Melville and Theodor Leschetizky, 
Vienna ; studio, Courier Building. 

OTTO, WALTER R.,* baritone; teacher of singing; soloist Zion's Evan- 
gelical Church; pupil of Franz Emerich, Berlin, Germany; studio, 613 Upper 
First Street. 

OWEN, MRS. RICHARD DALE,* concert soprano; teacher of singing; 
studio, Courier Building. 

WALZ, PAUL AUGUST,* musical director Evansville Liederkranz Maen- 
nerchor; president Mississippi Saengerbund; instructor piano and harmony; 
Res. 12 Jefferson Avenue. 

WHEELER, MISS MARY KEEN,* teacher of piano; studio, 114 Mulberry 
Street. 



FORT WAYNE 

BAILHE, GEORGE,* president European School of Music ; director Bailhe 
Trio ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; author "Equalizing Exercises for Scales and 
Arpeggios"; Mrs. George Bailhe (Edith Nickell) ; Res. 912 Lake Avenue. 



GOSHEN 

BRUNK, JOHN D., musical director Goshen College ; teacher of piano, sing- 
ing and theory; musical editor "Church and Sunday School Hymnal" (Men- 
nonite) ; author "Educational Vocal Series"; Mrs. John D. Brunk (Mary 
K. Martin) ; summer address, Harrisonburg, Virginia. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 

MENDELSSOHN CHOIR OF INDIANAPOLIS 

PERCIVAL OWEN, Musical Director 
1827 Talbott Avenue 

ANDREW SMITH, President of Indiana National Bank President 

ELMER ANDREW STEFFEN, No. 3 New Jersey Street Vice-President 

PAUL F. NESTLE, The Howard Carpet Company Secretary 

DWIGHT MURPHY, Indiana National Bank Treasurer 



INDIANAPOLIS MATINEE MUSICALE 

ALEXANDER ERNESTINOFF, Musical Director 
College of Musical Art 

MRS. HENRY SCHURMANN, 1827 N. Talbott Avenue President 

MRS. S. L. KISER, 1939 Ruckle Street Vice-President 

MRS. F. F. EDENHARTER, 3357 Ruckle Street Secretary 

Miss IDA BELLE SWEENIE, 120 West 21st Street Treasurer 



PEOPLE'S CHORUS 

EDWARD B. BIRGE, Musical Director 
1914 N. Pennsylvania Street 

J. G. COLLICOTT, Superintendent of Schools President 

EDWARD B. BIRGE, 1914 N. Pennsylvania Street Vice-President 

MRS. E. C. RUMPLER, 51 N. Ritter Avenue Secretary 

G. A. SCHNULL (Schnull & Company) Treasurer 



MUSICIANS' CLUB 

GLEN FRIERMOOD, 615 N. Pennsylvania Street President 

CHRISTIAN F. MARTENS, College of Musical Art Vice-President 

PERCIVAL OWEN, The Blenheim Apartments Secretary 

ADOLPH SCHELLSCHMIDT, 1220 N. Alabama Street Treasurer 



124 INDIANA 



WOMEN MUSICIANS' CLUB 

MRS. FLORA M. HUNTER, Metropolitan School of Music President 

MRS. ADELAIDE CARMEN, School For The Blind Vice-President 

Miss PAULINE SCHELLSCHMIDT, 1120 N. Alabama Street Secretary 

MRS. ARTHUR G. MONNINGER, College of Musical Art Treasurer 



INDIANAPOLIS MAENNERCHOR 

RUDOLPH O. HEYNE, Musical Director 

1125 Broadway 

J. P. FRENZEL, 2906 N. Meridian Street President 

GEORGE ALIG, 1608 Park Avenue Vice-President 

RUDOLPH M. MUELLER, 3744 Park Avenue Secretary 

J. W. RHODEHAMEL, 1730 Orange Street Treasurer 



HARMONIE CLUB 

MRS. JAMES A. MOAG, 1515 North New Jersey Chairman and President 

MRS. FRANK CREGOR, 3550 North Capitol Avenue Vice-President 

Miss IDA BELLE SWEENIE, 120 West 21st Street Secretary 

MRS. CARROL B. CARR, Flat B., The Blenheim Treasurer 



MUSIKVEREIN 

ALEX ERNESTINOPF, Musical Director 
College of Musical Art 

G. A. PFEIFFER, 1412 Central Avenue President 

KARL FEILCKE, The Pathfinder Company Secretary 

ADOLPH WOCHER, Fletcher American National Bank Treasurer 



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BIRGE, EDWARD B.,* organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church ; 
musical director People's Chorus ; composer vocal music for school ; asso- 
ciate editor Progressive Music Series for Public Schools; Mrs. Edward 
B. Birge (Mary Thompson) ; address, 1914 N. Pennsylvania Street; summer 
address, Lake Waccabuc, New York. 

BROWN, ELMER L., concert flutist; teacher of flute; editor Flute Depart- 
ment in The Dominant; soloist Chautauqua (N. Y.) Orchestra and in- 
structor of flute (summer months) Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N. 
Y. ; Res. 2947 Highland Place. 

CARMAN, MISS ADELAIDE M.,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; pianist Schell- 
schmidt-Carman Trio; head of music department Indiana State School for 
the Blind; Res. 545 Middle Drive, Woodruff Place. 

CAWLEY, EDGAR M., director Indianapolis Conservatory of Music ; pianist ; 
instructor of piano; address, 430 N. Meriden Street. 

FRIERMOOD, GLENN,* baritone; teacher of singing; president Indian- 
apolis Musicians' Club; Mrs. Glenn Friermood (Ila Nunnally) ; Res. 615 
N. Pennsylvania Street. 

GEIGER, JOHN P.,* baritone; teacher of singing; member of faculty Indiana 
University (Bloomington) ; musical director Men's Glee Club and Girls' Glee 
Club, Indiana University; Res. The Judson, 126 E. Platt Street; summer 
address, Mitchell Hall, Music Department, Indiana University, Bloomington, 
Ind. 

JENCKES, MARY ISABEL (Mrs. Joseph Sherburne Jenckes),* pianist; ex- 
president Indianapolis Matinee Musicale; Res. 2020 N. Illinois Street. 

KRULL, FRITZ, concert baritone ; recitals ; composer of settings to thirteen 
poems by James Whitcomb Riley, and other songs; Mrs. Fritz Krull (Theresa 
Vinton Pierce) ; Res. 2041 Talbott Avenue, N. 

MARTENS, CHRISTIAN FREDERIC,* concert baritone ; teacher of sing- 
ing ; director College of Musical Art ; vice-president Musicians' Club ; Mrs. 
Christian Frederic Martens (Anna Marie McCann) ; Res. 4137 Carrollton 
Avenue. 

MARTIN, PAUL R.,* violinist; music critic and editor Indianapolis Star; 
author "An Uncommercial Drama," "Ireland in Song and Verse," "The Irish 
Literary Revival and Its Influence on English Literature"; Mrs. Paul R. 
Martin (Lillian Buckman) ; Res. 6 The Pasadena. 

METROPOLITAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC,* directors: Hugh McGibeny, 
Leslie E. Peck, Edward Nell and Flora M. Hunter; the school includes the 
Odeon, seating 450, an ideal hall for artists' recitals. 



126 INDIANA 



NELL, EDWARD, baritone ; teacher of singing; director Metropolitan School 
of Music ; president Indiana Music Teachers Association ; author "Exercises 
for the Elimination of all Vocal Defects"; Mrs. Edward Nell (Kate J. 
Henderson) ; address, Metropolitan School of Music. 

TALBOT, MRS. ONA BRYANT, manager Ona B. Talbot Enterprises ; man- 
ager Indianapolis concerts by famous artists; address, 916 Hume-Mansur 
Building. 

THOMPSON, JOHN,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano and harmony ; direc- 
tor Piano Department Indianapolis Conservatory of Music; composer, "Minuet 
Moderne" ; address, Indianapolis Conservatory of Music. 

YOST, GAYLORD,* concert violinist ; composer seventeen works for violin, 
one for piano, three songs; director Yost Violin School; teacher of violin; 
Mrs. Gaylord Yost (Ella Schroeder) ; Res. 615 N. Pennsylvania Street; 
summer address, Fayette, Ohio. 



MUNCIE 

LUCAS, MISS GEORGIA,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; exponent Leschetizky 
Method and Dunning System for Beginners ; address, Miss Reba Richey's 
Private School, 106 W. Washington Street; Res. Fairmount, Ind. 

.MC CONNELL, MISS SARAH ISADORA,* pianist ; teacher of piano and 
public school music ; director of music Muncie National Institute ; organist 
First Christian Science Church ; vice-president Muncie Musicians' Club ; 
Res. 415 W. Adams Street. 



PLYMOUTH 

MOZART CLUB 

H. W. OWENS, Conductor 
1516 Mailers Building, Chicago, 111. 

MRS. EVA UNDERWOOD President 

RALPH LEONARD Vice-President 

Miss JULIA YOCKEY Secretary 

Miss MARY BLEW . Treasurer 



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SOUTH BEND 

HARRIS, MISS HAZEL VAN DYKE, dramatic soprano ; concert ; recital ; 
teacher of singing; address, South Bend Conservatory. 

HERSHENOW, MISS DORA, pianist; teacher of piano; address, South 
Bend Conservatory of Music. 

INGERSOLL, FREDERIC H., violinist; teacher of violin; address, P. O. 
Box 227. 

LLOYD, EVAN DAVID,* organist and musical director First M. E. Church ; 
teacher of organ, piano, harmony and composition; composer of songs and 
"The Siege" (scene for male chorus and orchestra) ; Mrs. Evan David Lloyd 
(Annie Pryse) ; Res. 113 W. Madison Street. 

MAC HENRY, WILL PRESTON, baritone soloist; teacher of singing; 
president South Bend Teachers' Association; Res. 217 W. Marion Street, 
Elkhart, Ind. 

MIRANDA, MAX,* pianist ; organist ; teacher of piano and organ ; organist 
and choirmaster St. Paul's M. E. Church ; director South Bend Conservatory 
of Music. 

TIMSON, MISS MILDRED,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; excellent results ; 
Res. 1001 Milton Avenue. 



UPLAND 

GOWEN, EDWIN AUGUSTUS, musical director Taylor University; or- 
ganist; pianist; singer; instructor; Mrs. Edwin Augustus Gowen (Celeste 
M. Manson) ; summer home, 404 Jersey Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 



WARSAW 

OWENS CHORAL SOCIETY 

H. W. OWENS, Conductor 
1516 Mailers Building, Chicago, 111. 

THOMAS LOVEDAY President 

MRS. LAURA MONTGOMERY Vice-President 

Miss JENNIE FRAZIER Secretary 

MRS. ETHEL WALLACE DUFUR Treasurer 



IOWA 

BLOOMFIELD 

HARMONIA CLUB 
JOHN TEED President 

BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. GATE GILBERT WELLS, Jefferson Street President 

MRS. G. H. HIGBEE, Lummer Street Vice-President 

Miss ANNA HAY, West Avenue Secretary 

MRS. GEORGE TRACY, N. Sixth Street Treasurer 

CEDAR RAPIDS 

KILLEEN, EARLE G.,* baritone; teacher of singing and theory; director 
Coe College Conservatory; conductor Cedar Rapids Choral Union; musical 
editor Cedar Rapids Republican; Mrs. Earle G. Killeen (George Lydia Hager). 

PATTY, RISSER,* teacher of singing; musical director Coe College Vesper 
Choir, Coe College Men's Glee Club and Coe College Girls' Glee Club ; choir 
director Westminster Presbyterian Church; Res. 327 N. Fifteenth Street; 
summer address, Redlands, California. 

CHARLES CITY 

LYRIC CLUB 

FRANK PARKER, Musical Director 
Cedar Valley Seminary, Osage, Iowa 

FRANK PARKER, Osage, Iowa President 

Miss ELIZABETH WILBUR, 501 Blunt Street, Charles City. Secretary and Treasurer 

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CLINTON 

MENDELSSOHN CHOIR 

KENNARD BARRADELL, Conductor 
624 S. Michigan Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

MRS. CHARLES E. BEAUMONT, 733 Sunnyside Avenue, Clinton President 

H. W. HARTMAN, 311 S. Sixth Street, Lyons Vice-President 

Miss IDA L. THOMSEN, 739 Sunnyside Avenue, Clinton. .Secretary and Treasurer 
Miss CLARA A. WHEELER, 708 Washington Street, Lyons Librarian 



HARMONIC CLUB 

Miss JEAN BABITT, 1008 Second Street President 

ANNA E. HART, 518 Sixth Avenue V ice-President 

Miss KATE PADDOCK, 209 Munson Street Secretary and Treasurer 

DAVENPORT 

TRI-CITY MUSICAL ASSOCIATION 

MRS. J. J. DORGAN, Davenport, Iowa President 

Miss KATHERINE GEST, Rock Island, Illinois Vice-President 

ROBERT LYNCH, Moline, Illinois Vice-President 

Miss EDNA MITCHELL, Moline, Illinois Secretary 

VICTOR BERGQUIST, Rock Island, Illinois Treasurer 

Miss MARY LINDSAY OLIVER, Moline, Illinois Chairman Press Committee 



TRI-CITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

LUDWIG BECKER, Musical Director 
Columbia School of Music, Chicago 

ALFRED C. MUELLER, 32 Savings Bank Building, Davenport President 

J. A. SCHMIDT, care Schmidt Music Company Secretary 

ROBERT MACDONALD, care Art League Studies Treasurer 



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CHAMINADE CLUB 

MRS. L. C. STEIN, 908 Perry Street President 

MRS. O. D. DORAN, Rosehill Vice-President 

MRS. FRANCES SMITH, 2221 Ripley Street Secretary 

DECORAH 

CHORAL UNION 

PROF. CARLO A. SPERATI, Musical Director 
Luther College 

PROF. O. A. TINGELSTAD, Luther College President 

M. L. BREVIG, Luther College Vice-President 

MRS. O. W. HOLM Secretary 

E. L. AMUNDSEN Treasurer 

SPERATI, CARLO A.,* musical director Luther College Concert Band and 
Chorus ; conductor Decorah Choral Union ; organist and choirmaster Nor- 
wegian Evangelical Lutheran Church ; musical director United Norwegian 
Singers of the Pacific Coast ; address, Luther College. 

DES MOINES 

FORTNIGHTLY MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. LAWRENCE DE GRAFFE, Musical Director 
639 Fortieth Street 

MRS. FRANK S. CUMMINS, 429 Twenty-eighth Street President 

MRS. LEONARD E. HARBACH, 1900 Grand Avenue V ice-President 

MRS. WILLIAM H. YONKERS, 4332 Harwood Drive Secretary 

MRS. L. R. GAYNOR, 1622 Sixth Avenue Treasurer 

COWPER, HOLMES, concert tenor; dean Institute of Fine Arts, Drake 
University; choirmaster University Place Church of Christ; Mrs. Holmes 
Cowper (Kate Holmes) ; Res. 1074 Thirty-first Street. 

JEWETT, MARGARET S. (Mrs. David L. Jewett), amateur pianist; former 
president Fortnightly Musical Club; Res. 2105 High Street. 



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NAGEL, FRANK,* Mus. Doc., dean of the College of Music (Highland Park 
College); pianist; composer "The Honeymoon" (song cycle for four solo 
voices, reader and piano accompaniment) ; musical setting to Bryant's "Thana- 
topsis" ; piano pieces, songs ; musical director Philharmonic Choir (200 mixed 
voices) ; Mrs. Frank Nagel (Frances Murphy) ; Res. 3512 Fourth Street. 

OGDEN, GEORGE FREDERICK, * concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; or- 
ganist First Church of Christ Scientist; manager Des Moines Subscription 
Concerts ; correspondent for Musical America and Music News; address, 
University Place. 

RUIFROK, HENRI, concert pianist; teacher of piano; director Ruifrok 
School of Music; composer works for piano and songs; ex-president Iowa 
Music Teachers' Association; Mrs. Henri Ruifrok (Mary C. Hartung) ; Res. 
1823 West Ninth Street. 

SCHOETTLE, GUSTAV,* head of piano and theory departments Dakota 
Wesleyan University, Mitchell, S. D. ; conductor Des Moines Symphony 
Orchestra ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; lecturer on musical topics ; formerly 
director of music State University of Iowa; Mrs. Gustav Schoettle (Alice 
Elmer), teacher of piano; Res. 4107 Kingman Boulevard. 

USRY, MISS EDITH M., pianist ; organist ; teacher of piano and organ ; 
organist Plymouth Congregational Church ; Res. 744 W. Eighteenth Street. 

VAN KATWIJK, PAUL,* concert pianist; head piano department Drake 
University ; under management Harry Culbertson, Chicago, 111. ; composer 
songs, fantasy pieces, romance etudes for piano, suite for string quartet, mass 
for mixed choir, etc. ; address, Drake University. 

YUNGMEYER, DELMAR,* pianist; teacher of piano; musical director 
Orchestra of Highland Park College of Music; address, 301 Knights of 
Pythias Block. 



DUBUQUE 

BRADLEY, PROFFESSOR CHARLES M., musical director Dubuque Col- 
lege; pianist; teacher of piano; address, Dubuque College. 

KLEINE, A. C., director Dubuque Academy of Music; address, 1027 Main 
Street. 

OTTO, FRANZ,* baritone ; teacher of singing ; director Otto School of Sing- 
ing ; musical director Dubuque Saengerbund and Young People's Chorus ; 
local manager of celebrated concert artists; Mrs. Franz Otto (Carrie Eddy) ; 
Res. Ninth and Main Streets. 



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GRINNELL 

GRINNELL MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

DR. E. E. HARRIS President 

H. L. BEYER Secretary and Treasurer 

A. L. FRISBIE, JR Business Manager 

H. W. MATLACK Publicity Manager 



ORATORIO SOCIETY 

PROFESSOR GEORGE L. PIERCE, Musical Director 
1134 Third Avenue 

MURRAY WELCH President 

Miss ELIZABETH HUTCHINSON Vice-President 

Miss WILMA RAYBURN, 1404 Broad Street Secretary 

BRUCE CRITCHETT, 1002 East Street Treasurer 

PIERCE, GEORGE LEAVITT, pianist ; cellist ; director Grinnell School of 
Music, Grinnell College; choirmaster Grinnell College Vesper Choir; musical 
director Grinnell Oratorio Society ; conductor Grinnell Orchestra ; formerly 
director of music Taber College, Taber, la. ; Mrs. George Leavitt Pierce 
(Alma Anna Fuller) ; address, Grinnell College. 

KEOKUK 

MONDAY MUSIC CLUB 

Miss CAROLINA BALDWIN, 123 High Street President 



MARSHALLTOWN 

TUESDAY MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. R. C. VALENTINE, 605 W. State Street President 

MRS. CHARLES DARLING . Secretary 



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MASON CITY 

PIERCE, MISS ANNIE,* soprano; teacher of singing; Res. 114 Second 
Street, N. E. 



MISSOURI VALLEY 

TREBLE CLEF CLUB 

MRS. R. C. HILLS. . President 



MOUNT VERNON 

HART, MISS BERTHA, pianist; head of piano department Cornell College 
Conservatory of Music ; summer address, 595 E. One Hundred and Fifth 
Street, Cleveland, Ohio. 

MILLER, HORACE ALDEN, teacher of organ and theory; musical director 
Cornell Orchestra (35 players); choirmaster M. E. Church; composer 
"Melodic," views of Indian life, three songs "From The Forest." 

SHAW, FRANK H., director Cornell College Conservatory of Music ; teacher 
of organ and piano; organist First M. E. Church; Mrs. Frank H. Shaw 
(Julia Seiler) ; violinist; teacher of violin Cornell College Conservatory of 
Music; address, Cornell College. 



OSKALOOSA 

GRIFFITH, CHARLES LEONARD, instructor of piano and theory Penn 
College; organist Trinity Church (Ottumwa, la.); address, 621 North A 
Street. 



PELLA 

SADLER, GEORGE FRANCIS, pianist; organist; teacher of piano and 
organ ; director of music Central College Conservatory of Music ; organist 
First Baptist Church; author "Elementary Harmony"; Res. 314 Broadway. 

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134 IOWA 

SIOUX CITY 
APOLLO MUSIC CLUB 

Miss ELSIE KILBORNE, 3915 Orleans Avenue President 

MRS. W. C. WOOD, 1013 Nebraska Street Vice-President 

MRS. E. E. MOLINE, 1801 Court Street Secretary 

Miss HAZEL ADAIR, 210 Perry Street Treasurer 



SCHUBERT CLUB 

BERTHA, THELANDER, 1721 Jackson Street President 

OPOL BULLARD, 1824 Rebecca Street Vice-President 

MRS. L. R. TRIPP, 1005 Nebraska Street Secretary 

MRS. C. E. HOUGH, 1020 Pearl Street Treasurer 



MORSE, ORWIN ALLISON,* pianist; organist; teacher of piano, organ 
theory and musical history ; organist and director First Presbyterian Church ; 
director Morningside College Conservatory of Music ; music critic Sioux City 
Journal; Mrs. Orwin Allison Morse (Ray Ellis) ; Res. 1608 Morningside 
Avenue. 



THELANDER, MISS BERTHA,* pianist; teacher of piano; president Schu- 
bert Club; Res. 1721 Jackson Street. 



TABOR 

GANNETT, ELMER, acting director Tabor College Conservatory of Music ; 
baritone ; teacher of singing ; choirmaster Tabor Congregational Church ; Mrs. 
Elmer Gannett (Margery Wright) ; summer address, Sturgis, Mich. 



KANSAS 

ATCHISON 

LOUDENBACK, HENRY H., director Loudenback School of Music; teacher 
of piano and theoretical branches ; concert pianist ; spring tours with Minne- 
apolis Symphony Orchestra; Mrs. Henry H. Loudenback (Flora Donald); 
address, Loudenback School of Music. 

MC KENZIE, JOHN C., concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; head of violin 
department Loudenback School of Music. 



CHANUTE 

SAINT CECILIA MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. JAMES BRUEN, 930 S. Highland Avenue President 

MRS. HARRY SCOTT Vice-President 

MRS. F. C. CADY Secretary 

MRS. GUY GARDNER Treasurer 

CHERRYVALE 

THURSDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. J. P. WITHEROW President 

MRS. A. A. ARMSTRONG V ice-President 

Miss EDITH WITHAM Secretary 

Miss MABEL FOVAL Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. HARRY SMITH Treasurer 

COFFEYVILLE 

MATINEE MUSICAL 

MRS. W. T. TERRY, 404 W. Fourth Street President 

MRS. A. J. OGDEN Vice-President 

MRS. JACK TAYLOR Secretary 

MRS. W. H. WEIGLE Treasurer 

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EMPORIA 

COLLEGE OF EMPORIA ORATORIO SOCIETY 

D. A. HIRSCHLER, Musical Director 
Miss OLIVE R. HERST Treasurer 

HIRSCHLER, D. A., dean department of music College of Emporia ; con- 
ductor College Oratorio Society ; organist ; pianist ; teacher of organ, piano 
and theory ; organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church of Emporia ; 
Res. 1230 Market Street. 

WATSON, MISS JO-SHIPLEY, head of piano department Kansas State 
Normal School ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; lecture-recitals on "American Folk 
Music" ; author "Musicians in Miniature," "Your Desk," "Little Prayers for 
Every Day"; editor Children's Department The Etude (Philadelphia) ; mem- 
ber of committee for accrediting of teachers, Kansas Music Teachers' Asso- 
ciation ; Res. 822 Mechanic Street. 



FORT SCOTT 

MUSIC STUDY CLUB 

MRS. C. L. MCCLURE President 

Miss EMMA BOLEVAR Vice-President 

Miss ESTHER MCLVAIN Secretary 

MRS. WILL DRAKE Treasurer 

GREAT BEND 

MUSIC CLUB 

Miss ANNA TAYLOR President 

MRS. E. E. MORRISON Vice-President 

MRS. R. C. RUSSELL Secretary 

MRS. J. E. McMuLLEN Treasurer 

BURKET-RUSSELL, ETHEL (Mrs. Marion Fore Russell),* concert pianist; 
(graduate University School of Music, Lincoln, Nebr., Sidney Silber; pupil 
of Leschetizky ; organist M. E. Church of Great Bend. 



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HIAWATHA 

MATINEE MUSICAL 

MRS. W. R. GUILD President 

Miss LUCILE PEARL Vice-President 

MRS. E. S. MARVIN Secretary 

MRS. CHARLES LAWRENCE Treasurer 

HOLTON 

SCHOEBEL, OSCAR MELCHIOR,* director Campbell College Conserva- 
tory of Music (14 years) ; pianist ; violinist ; teacher of piano and violin ; mem- 
ber Kansas State Music Teachers' Association; composer "The Fairy," 
"Dance of the Gnomes," "In Knightly Array" (piano) ; "Meditation," "To 
My Love," "The Carol" (songs) ; "Song of Praise," "Praise the Lord" 
(anthems); "La Capitana" (operetta), etc.; Mrs. Oscar Melchior Schoebel 
(Ellen M. Russell) ; Res. 902 New York Avenue. 

HUTCHINSON 

ANDERSON, ALBERT O.,* concert organist; baritone; teacher of piano 
and singing; conductor Schubert Club (male chorus) ; president Apollo Club; 
secretary and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church ; secretary and treasurer 
Kansas State Music Teachers' Association; address, 719 Rorabaugh-Wiley 
Building ; summer address, Rochester, Minnesota. 

IOLA 

MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. P. S. MITCHELL President 

MRS. EDWARD DANFORTH LA HARPE Vice-President 

MRS. J. P. OLESON Secretary 

Miss ELVA RUSSELL Treasurer 

PATHORNE, MADAME E. BABER,* concert pianist ; composer "Summer 
Dream," "Reveries," "Saengerfest of the Birds," "Meadow Lark," "Puck and 
the Lovers" ; director Liszt Studio of Music ; address, Liszt Studio. 

KINGMAN 

MOON, I. DEANE, concert tenor ; oratorio ; recital ; teacher of singing ; choir- 
master First M. E. Church ; supervisor of music ; address, Kingman. 



138 KANSAS 



LAWRENCE 

MUSIC CLUB 
MRS. A. C. MITCHELL, 821 Mississippi Street President 



BELL, IDA BURR (Mrs. Olin Bell), organist First Baptist Church; pianist; 
accompanist ; teacher of organ and piano ; Federation Secretary Music Club ; 
secretary Kansas Chapter American Guild of Organists; Res. 1347 New 
Hampshire Street. 

"BUTLER, HAROLD L.,* dean School of Fine Arts, University of Kansas; 
choirmaster Plymouth Congregational Church; concert and opera baritone; 
teacher of singing; formerly director vocal department College of Fine Arts, 
Syracuse (N. Y.), University; Mrs. Harold L. Butler (Florence Higgins) ; 
address, University of Kansas ; summer address, Estes Park, Colo. 



GREISSINGER, MISS HARRIET, pianist ; assistant professor of piano Kan- 
sas State University. 

HOYT, WILLIAM, violinist; teacher of violin; Res. 2309 Vermont Street. 



NEVIN, ARTHUR, Professor of Music University of Kansas; composer 
Indian opera "Poia," one act opera "Twilight," orchestral suite "Love 
Dreams," string quartet D minor, choruses for mixed voices, cantatas, songs, 
works for piano; lecturer; teacher of composition; Mrs. Arthur Nevin (Mary 
Lynham) ; address, University of Kansas ; permanent residence, Charlottes- 
ville, Virginia ; summer address, MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, N. H. 



LINDSBORG 

ERASE, HAGBARD, director Bethany Oratorio Society and Bethany Male 
Chorus; organist; professor of organ and theory Bethany College of Music 
and Fine Arts ; address, Bethany College. 

UHE, ARTHUR E.,* musical director Bethany Symphony College Orchestra ; 
concert violinist ; head of violin department and teacher of History of Music 
Bethany College ; composer violin caprice, legends, piano scherzo, other works ; 
address, Bethany College ; summer address, Winnetka, Illinois. 



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MANHATTAN 

SYMPHONY CLUB 

Miss EUGENIA FAIRMAN President 

BROWN, ROBERT HENRY, violinist; teacher of violin; organist and 
choirmaster First Presbyterian Church; professor of music Kansas State 
Agricultural College ; conductor College Symphony Orchestra. 

FAIRMAN, MISS EUGENIA, pianist ; teacher of piano and harmony Kan- 
sas State Agricultural College; Res. 314 N. Eleventh Street. 

PARSONS 

THURSDAY MORNING MUSIC CLUB 

Miss GRACE HOWSER President 

MRS. B. E. ST. CLAIR Vice-President 

Miss ADA ARNETT Secretary 

MRS. J. M. PIPER Treasurer 

OLATHE 

BUSHONG, MELVIN S., teacher of piano and singing and public school 
music ; organist and choirmaster Presbyterian Church of Olathe. 

SALINA 

TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB 

(Music Art Section) 
MRS. H. N. MOSES President 



UTT, PAUL R., concert bass baritone ; teacher of singing ; lecturer ; dean 
Salina College of Music; musical director Salina Male Chorus and Salina 
Orchestra; organist and choirmaster First M. E. Church; Mrs. Paul R. Utt 
(Norma M. Graves) ; address, Salina College of Music. 



140 KANSAS 



TOPEKA 

MUSICAL ART SOCIETY 

SCOTT HOPKINS, 1177 Fillmore Street President 

W. J. V. DEACON, 1254 Polk Street Vice-President 

SHERRILL B. SMITH, 627 Van Buren Street Secretary 

HOWARD S. SEARLE, 1737 Me Vicar Street Acting Treasurer 

HORACE WHITEHOUSE, Washburn College Dean 

H. A. JUNGK, 1 17 West Second Street Librarian 



LADIES' MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. CHARLES S. GLEED President 

MBS. F. P. MAC LENNON V ice-President 

MRS. W. B. SWAN Secretary 

MRS. S. J. HODGINS Treasurer 

HARSHBARGER, MRS. WILLIAM A.,* pianist ; teacher of piano, harmony 
and history of music ; Res. 1401 College Avenue. 

HOGEBOOM, MISS HELEN,* soprano soloist ; teacher of singing ; member 
Ladies' Music Club ; studio, Smith Building. 

PETRICK, MISS MARY R.,* pianist; teacher of piano and theory; studio, 
934 Kansas Avenue. 

WHITEHOUSE, HORACE,* dean Fine Arts School Washburn College; 
teacher of organ, theory, conducting, etc. ; musical director Topeka Musical 
Art Society (chorus 250, orchestra 50) ; organist and choirmaster First M. E. 
Church ; choirmaster Central Congregational Church ; Res. Washburn College. 

WICHITA 

WICHITA CHORUS ASSOCIATION 

Lucius W. ADES, Musical Director 
Sedgwick Annex 

L. O. RIPLEY, 233-239 S. Main Street President 

E. HIGGINSON, 506 S. Seneca Street Vice-President 

OSCAR L. HILL, 913 Beacon Building Secretary 

E. F. HOLMES, 21 1 E. Douglas Avenue Treasurer 



KANSAS 141 



SATURDAY AFTERNOON MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. S. W. SHATTUCK, 304 E. Thirteenth Street President 

MRS. L. A. HECKARD, 829 N. Waco Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. L. O. RIPLEY, 910 N. Lawrence Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 



MUSICIANS' CLUB 



RAFAEL NAVAS, Northern Building President 

MARY FINDLEY ADES, Sedgwick Annex Secretary 

EVELYN PACKER, 1010 N. Topeka Avenue Treasurer 

ADES, LUCIUS, director music department Friends University; manager 
and musical director Wichita Chorus (200 mixed voices) ; Lyric Glee Club 
(male chorus); choirmaster St. Paul's M. E. Church; Mrs. Lucius Ades 
(Mary Findley), concert pianist; teacher of piano; organist St. Paul's M. E. 
Church ; Res. 1150 University Avenue. 

LINDBERG, THEODORE,* president Wichita College of Music ; violinist ; 
teacher of violin ; conductor Wichita Symphony Orchestra ; address, 217 N. 
Lawrence Avenue. 

MYERS, RENO B., teacher of piano, pipe organ, harmony, theory and his- 
tory of music Fairmount College Conservatory of Music ; organist First Baptist 
Church ; Res. 218 Pattie Avenue. 

OWENS, MRS. MINNIE FERGUSON, teacher of singing Power-Myers 
Conservatory; director Trinity M. E. Choir; musical director Oxford Choral 
Union ; Res. 109 E. Third Street. 

PENDLETON, IRIS,* manager musical artists ; address, Philharmony Hall. 

RANDALL, MISS ELSIE, contralto; teacher of singing Wichita College 
of Music ; address, Wichita College of Music. 

STANLEY, JETTA CAMPBELL (Mrs. Claude C. Stanley), concert soprano; 
head of voice department 'Winfield (Kans.) College of Music; Res. 1323 N. 
Emporia Avenue. 

VAN DEMAN, SAMUEL WINFIELD, manager Van Deman Concert Direc- 
tion, managing musical artist; managed famous artists in Kansas and ad- 
joining states ; over 30 years teacher of music in Kansas ; address, 414 Smythe 
Avenue. 

WINFIELD 

MARSHALL, ELVIS C., director School of Music Southwestern College; 
teacher of singing ; choir director First M. E. Church of Winfield ; Mrs. Elvis 
C. Marshall (Ethel L. Van Derveer) ; address, The College. 



KENTUCKY 

HOPKINSVILLE 

GRAYSON, MISS VIRGINIA EMMA, pianist; teacher of piano and har- 
mony ; director of music Bethel Woman's College. 

LOUISVILLE 
LOUISVILLE MALE CHORUS 

CARL SHACKLETON, M'usical Director 

FRANK BUERCK, Conrier Jononal Job Printing Company President 

ARTHUR ALMSTEDT, Almstedt Brothers Vice-President 

J. FRED DOHRMANN, U. S. Custom House Secretary 

GEORGE J. REIBERT, Inter-Southern Life Insurance Company Building. .Treasurer 



WEDNESDAY MORNING MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. WILLIAM DAVENPORT, Rutherford and Dorothy Avenues President 

MRS. RICHARD BEAN, 109 W. Ormsby Avenue Vice-President 

Miss SADIE C. GUTHRIES, Bardstown Road and Douglas Boulevard. ..Secretary 

Miss ABBEY SPEED, 1239 Second Street Treasurer 

MRS. CLAUDE ALLEN, Puritan Apartments Program Committee 



WOMAN'S CLUB MUSIC COMMITTEE 

MRS. WILLIAM E. PILCHER, 192 Crescent Avenue President 

MRS. KATHERINE WHIPPLE DOBBS, 425 Fourth Avenue 

MRS. J. W. BEILSTEIN, Columbia Building 



LOUISVILLE LIEDERKRANZ 

A. MOLENGRAFT, Musical Director 
503 S. Jackson Street 

MR. WILLIAM KOPP, 21st and Main Streets President 

MR. F. O. NEUTZEL, 115 S. Second Street Vice-President 

MR. H. BAUMGARTEN, Louisville Anzeiger Secretary 

MR. F. J. HUMMEL, 305 W. Main Street Treasurer 

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LOUISVILLE MUSIC TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION 

CLEMENT A. HAPLEFORD, Chestnut Street, Bet. 3rd and 4th Streets. ..President 

MRS. EMILY DAVIDSON, 

Care Mrs. William R. Belknap, Upper River Road Vice-President 

Miss SARA MCCARTHY, 1358 S. Second Street Secretary 

MR. WILLIAM CONEN, Waverly Court Treasurer 



STATE MUSIC TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION 

Miss CAROLINE B. BOURGARD, Louisville President 

Miss ANNA CHANDLER GOFF, Lexington Vice-President 

Miss MARY TRAYNOR, Richmond Recording Secretary 

Miss FLORA M. BERTELLE Corresponding Secretary 

MR. NORMAN LOVELLE, Paducah Treasurer 

BACH CLUB (devoted to playing work for two pianos); members: Mrs. 
Verona De Garis, Miss Emily Dembitz, Miss Nellie Chase, Miss Anna Hop- 
per, Miss Eugenia Goldstein, Miss Etta Rosenfelder, Mrs. J. B. Speed. 

BOURGARD, MISS CAROLINA B.,* director School of Music, Supervisors 
Department Louisville Conservatory of Music; supervisor of music Louis- 
ville Public Schools (since 1892) ; president Music Section Kentucky Educa- 
tional Association; president State Music Supervisors' Association; member 
music committee Choral Club (women) ; organist and choir director Highland 
Presbyterian Church ; composer and publisher "Self Help Score Books" ; Res. 
1324 Hepburn Avenue. 

COWLES, FREDERIC, director Louisville Conservatory of Music ; organist 
and choir director Calvary Church ; chairman Louisville Opera Committee ; 
address, 214 W. Broadway. 

CRAWFORD, MRS. NEWTON, teacher of singing ; teacher of Myrna Shar- 
low ; Res. 1241 S. Fourth Street. 

DAVISON, MRS. EMILY, soprano; distinguished in concert and recital; 
address, Douglas Boulevard. 

KNOTT, RICHARD GILLMORE,* music critic and editor Louisville 
Evening Post; Res. Woodbourne Avenue. 

JENKINS, E. B., organist Fourth Avenue M. E. Church ; Mrs. E. B. Jenkins 
(Clara Belle Graham) ; Res. Weissinger Gaulbert Apartment. 



144 KENTUCKY 



MARX, HARRY, manager Harry Marx Concert Direction; address, 201-5 
Starks Building; Res. 2104 E. Main Street. 

MOLENGRAFT, ANTHONY, musical director Catholic Choral Union and 
Liederkranz Society; organist and choirmaster St. Boniface R. C. Church; 
singer; pianist; teacher of singing, piano, organ and theory; Mrs. Anthony 
Molengraft (Cecilia Michalowski) ; Res. 503 S. Jackson Street. 

O'SULLIVAN, PATRICK, concert pianist ; teacher of piano Louisville Con- 
servatory of Music ; organist and choir director Sacred Heart Church ; com- 
poser "Heraclius" (symphonic poem for orchestra), 2 masses, "Epithalamion" 
(for baritone and chorus), 50 Irish songs, 30 Irish melodies for piano; other 
works for piano ; contributes essays and critical articles for Louisville papers ; 
Res. The Macauley. 

OVERSTREET, MISS CORNEILLE, concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
Res. 1345 S. Fourth Street. 

SCHMIDT, KARL, member of Louisville Quintet Club; other members of 
the ensemble are : Mrs. Alinde Rudolph, Victor Rudolph, Charles Letzler and 
Mrs. J. Edwin Whitney; address, 314 S. St. Catherine Street. 

SHARLOW, MISS MYRNA, soprano Chicago Opera Company ; concert ap- 
pearances; address, 1158 Fourth Avenue. 



OWENSBORO 

CHORAL SOCIETY 

E. W. SMITH President 

R. L. HOUSTON Secretary 

E. W. BARBE Treasurer 

Miss CATHERINE CLARK Librarian 

RUSSELLVILLE 

REPASS, ROY R.,* pianist ; pupil of Rudolph Ganz ; musical director Logan 
College (6 years) ; formerly instructor Centenary College, Cleveland, Tenn. ; 
teacher of piano and theory ; address, Logan College. 



LOUISIANA 

NEW ORLEANS 
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 

Miss CORINNE MAYER, 4417 Carondelet Street President 

MRS. H. T. HOWARD, 3513 St. Charles Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. PHILIP WERLEIN, 2228 St. Charles Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 



SATURDAY MUSIC CIRCLE 

Miss CORINNE MAYER, Musical Director 
4417 Carondelet Street 

MRS. OTTO JOACHIM, Octavia Apartments President 

Miss M. V. MOLONY, 3426 Chestnut Street Vice-President 

MRS. M. KAISER, 4637 Baronne Street Secretary 

MRS. H. S. KAUFMAN, 1633 Dufoscat Street Treasurer 



UNIVERSITY CHORUS 

LEON RYDER MAXWELL, Musical Director 

Newcomb College 
F. H. SPANG, Newcomb College Secretary and Treasurer 

FERRATA, GIUSEPPE, concert pianist ; teacher of piano and theory ; head 
of piano department and professor of composition at Newcomb College; 
composer 1 symphony, 3 operas, 3 string quartets, 2 masses, piano concerto, 
overture; other works for piano and violin; songs and choruses; Mrs. Giu- 
seppe Ferrata (Alice Lagarde) ; Res. 2705 Chestnut Street. 

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LOEB, HARRY BRUNSWICK, manages New Orleans appearances of 
world-famous artists; music critic New Orleans Item; New Orleans repre- 
sentative Musical Courier; Res. 1527 Seventh Street. 

MAXWELL, LEON RYDER,* director Newcomb School of Music, New- 
comb College, Tulane University ; president Louisiana Music Teachers' Asso- 
ciation; Mrs. Leon Ryder Maxwell (Ruth Nottage) ; address, Newcomb 
College. 

MAYER, MISS CORINNE,* pianist; teacher of piano; president Philhar- 
monic Society of New Orleans ; musical director Saturday Music Circle ; Res. 
1407 Bordeaux Street. 

SPANG, LAURA STEVENSON (Mrs. Frank H. Spang), concert soprano; 
member Quartet Prytania Street Presbyterian Church; teacher of singing 
Newcomb College School of Music ; musical director Newcomb College Glee 
Club (Tulane University) ; Res. 1316 Pine Street. 



SHREVEPORT 

MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

E. H. R. FLOOD, Musical Director 

MRS. E. H. R. FLOOD President 

J. B. ARDIS Vice-President 

MRS. W. A. BAILIE Secretary 

E. A. FROST . . Treasurer 



MUSICAL COTERIE 

MRS. E. G. PALMER President 

MRS. M. EAGEN Vice-President 

MRS R. B. EGLIN . .Secretary 



MAINE 

BANGOR 

EASTERN MAINE FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

HON. FLAVIUS O. BEAL President 

MELVILLE H. ANDREWS V ice-President 

MRS. SARAH P. EMERY Clerk and Treasurer 

Board of Directors 

HON FLAVIUS O. BEAL HAROLD HINCKLEY 

MELVILLE H. ANDREWS HOWARD F. CORNING 

JOSEPH M. BRIGHT ADELBERT W. SPRAGUE 

HENRY O. PIERCE 



FESTIVAL CHORUS 

ADELBERT WELLS SPRAGUE, Conductor 

FRANK R. ATWOOD President 

FRED G. SARGENT Vice-President 

WILLIAM H. TIBBETTS Secretary 

GALEN L. GOODWIN Treasurer 

MRS. NEIL NEWMAN Accompanist 

Miss ELIZABETH HAYES Librarian 



SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

HORACE MANN PULLEN, Conductor 

HORACE MANN PULLEN President 

RALPH K. PREBLE Clerk and Treasurer 

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SCHUMANN CLUB 

Miss ANNA STRICKLAND, 73 Grove Street President 

Miss GWENDOLIN BARNES, 416 Hammond Street Vice-President 

MRS. FREDERIC SIMPSON, Cedar Street Corresponding Secretary 

Miss JOSEPHINE WIGGIN, 38 Leighton Street Secretary and Treasurer 

PULLEN, HORACE MANN, conductor Bangor Symphony Orchestra and 
Pullen's Orchestra ; violinist ; teacher of violin ; Mrs. Horace Mann Pullen 
(Lucy Hart) ; address, Society Hall; summer address, Ocean House, Watch 
Hill, Rhode Island. 

SPRAGUE, ADELBERT WELLS,* director of music University of Maine ; 
'cellist; teacher of theory; conductor Bangor Festival Chorus and Bangor 
Band; assistant conductor Bangor Symphony Orchestra; Res. 217 Union 
Street. 

BATH 

EAMES, EMMA (Madame Emilio de Gorgorza), distinguished prima donna; 
formerly with Metropolitan Opera Company and Royal Opera Covent Garden, 
London ; address, Bath, Maine ; European residence, 4 Rue Jean Goujon, 
Paris, France. 

GORGORZA, EMILIO DE, concert baritone ; has made five trans-Continen- 
tal tours; Madame Emilio de Gorgorza (Emma Eames) ; address, Bath, 
Maine; European residence, 4 Rue Jean Goujon, Paris, France. 

BETHEL 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM ROGERS,* musical director Maine Music Festivals; 
see New York City Chapter. 

PORTLAND 

FESTIVAL CHORUS 

SELDON T. CRAFTS, Musical Director 
Lewiston, Maine. 

ERNEST J. HILL, 1 19 Allen Avenue President 

S. W. BATES, 57 Exchange Street Vice-President 

Miss ALICE H. NELSON, 187 Clark Street Secretary 

LLEWELLYN BARTON, 563 Cumberland Avenue Treasurer 



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ROSSINI CLUB 

MRS. EDWARD M. RAND, 176 Dan forth Street President 

Miss JULIA NOYES, 394 Danforth Street Vice-President 

MRS. FREDERICK TOMPSON, 33 Carroll Street Recording Secretary 

Miss MARGUERITE OGDEN, 53 Clifton Street Corresponding Secretary 

Miss MARY A. SEIDERS, 45 Thomas Street Treasurer 



MAC DOWELL CLUB 

Miss ETHEL BERRY, 113 Winter Street President 

Miss CLARICE MERRIMAN, 111 Payson Street Vice-President 

MRS. HERBERT C. HARRISON, 727 Congress Street Secretary 

MRS. GEORGE W. PENNELL, 118 Concord Street Treasurer 



BRINKLER, ALFRED, organist; teacher of organ, piano and harmony; 
organist and choirmaster St. Stephen's Church; composer works for organ 
and songs; Mrs. Alfred Brinkler (Beatrice Bartol Banks); Res. 104 Park 
Street. 

MACFARLANE, WILL C., municipal organist ; summer and winter series 
of organ concerts on Kotzschmar Memorial Organ, City Hall Auditorium 
(presented to the City of Portland by Mr. Cyrus H. K. Curtis of Philadel- 
phia) ; composer "The Message From the Cross" (Lenten cantata), anthems, 
songs, part-songs; organ music; winner of Clemson Gold Medal offered by 
American Guild of Organists (1897), and also W. W. Kimball prize offered 
by Madrigal Club of Chicago (1911 and 1914); permanent address, City 
Hall. 

SMITH, MISS ETHELYNDE,* concert soprano; recital; oratorio; soloist 
with leading organizations throughout the country ; permanent address, 458 
Cumberland Avenue; (see New York City Chapter). 

TRUE, LATHAM,* Mus. Doc., concert organist ; teacher of piano, organ and 
theory ; organist and choirmaster First Parish Church of Portland ; president 
Kotschmar Club; Mrs. Latham True (Edna Webb) ; Res. 127 Pleasant Street; 
summer home, "The Brick House," Bar Mills, Maine. 

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150 MAINE 



ROCKLAND 

PHILHARMONIC CLUB 

EDGAR BURPEE, Conductor 

EDWARD BERRY President 

GEORGE TORREY Secretary 

EDGAR BURPEE . . Treasurer 



RUBINSTEIN CLUB 

Miss MARGARET RUGGLES, Musical Director 

MRS. MYRTLE JUDKINS President 

Miss MADELINE BIRD Vice-President 

MRS. EMILY STEVENS. Secretary 

MRS. KATHLEEN FULLER . . . Treasurer 



HARMONY CLUB 

Miss LEUID BURPEE President 

Miss MARION JUDKINS Vice-President 

Miss MARION WEBB Secretary 

MRS. MADELINE RHODES Treasurer 

BIRD, MISS MADELINE,* vice-president Rubinstein Club of Rockland; 
teacher of piano; Res. 13 Middle Street. 

WATERVILLE 

WHITE, ALICE HEALD (Mrs. Clarence Hayward White), pianist ; teacher 
of piano, history and appreciation of music, Colby College; Res. 3 Nudd 
Street ; summer address, Ellsworth, Me. 



SAINT CECILIA SOCIETY 

HARRISON A. SMITH, Musical Director 
5 High Street 

MRS. F. E. BOOTHBY, College Avenue President 

REV. C. F. ROBINSON, Park Street. Vice-President 

REV. F. K. CONANT, Winslow, Me Secretary 

MRS. E. M. JEPSON, Burliegh Street Treasurer 



MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE 

BALTIMORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

GUSTAV STRUBE, Musical Director 
3703 Forest Park Avenue 

JAMES H. PRESTON, Mayor of Baltimore President 

F. HUBER, Homewood Apartments Manager 



ORATORIO SOCIETY 

JOSEPH PACHE, Musical Director 
1532 Harlem Avenue 

JAMES CAREY MARTIEN, Mt. Washington, Md President 

GUY H. REESE, 209 E. Fayette Street V ice-President 

J. V. HOBBS, 316 E. Sanvale Street Secretary 

WILLIAM INGLE, Baltimore Trust Company Treasurer 

JOHN SWIKERT, JR Accompanist 

Board of Directors 

HENRY F. BAKER WILLIAM INGLE 

SUMMERFIELD BALDWIN CHARLES KOCH 

ROBERT BIGGS GEORGE K. McGAW 

HON. CARROLL BOND CHARLES MORTON 

CHARLES E. FALCONER STEUART OLIVIER 

ROBERT S. HART SIFFORD PEARRE 

DR. E. H. HAYWARD GUY H. REESE 

ROBERT LEROY HASLUP JOHN T. STONE 

HON. HENRY D. HARLAN GEORGE W. STIEFF 

WILLIAM B. HURST DECOURCY THOMAS 
JOSEPH H. PLUNKERT, Chairman of Chorus 
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152 MARYLAND 



FLORESTAN CLUB 

HAROLD RANDOLPH, 522 North Charles Street President 

FREDERICK GOTTLIEB, 522 North Charles Street Vice-President 

WILBERFOSS G. OWST, 522 North Charles Street Secretary 

EDWIN TURNBULL, 522 North Charles Street Treasurer 

Governors 

GEORGE E. BOYLE WILLIAM LUCAS 

CHARLES BOCHAU WILBERFOSS G. OWST 

FREDERICK GOTTLIEB HAROLD RANDOLPH 

THEODOR HEMBERGER HOWARD THATCHER 

EDWARD L. TURNBULL 



WOMAN'S PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 

JOSEPH PACHE, Musical Director 
1532 Harlem Avenue 

MRS. CHARLES MORTON, 134 W. Lanvale Street President and Treasurer 

MRS. CHARLES T. CRANE, Hotel Belvedere Secretary 



CATHOLIC CHORAL CLUB 

REV. LEO P. MANZETTI, Musical Director 
Roland Park 

LUCIEN C. ODEND'HAL, 521 N. Howard Street, Beethoven Hall President 

ROMAN STEINER, 204 E. Lanvale Street Fice-President 

JOHN C. BAUMMER, Commerce and Water Streets Secretary 

JOHN G. KRENER, 210 E. Lanvale Street Treasurer 



CHORAL SOCIETY 

GUSTAV STRUBE, Conductor 
3703 Forest Park Avenue 



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GERMANIA MAENNERCHOR 

THEODOR HEMBERGER, Conductor 

Peabody Conservatory of Music, Mt. Vernon Place 

JOHN G. ROLKER, Lehman Hall, 848 N. Howard Street President 



ARION SOCIETY 

CHARLES BOCHAN, Musical Director 
304 E. North Avenue. 

ASCHERFELD, MISS CLARA,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; instruc- 
tor of accompanying Peabody Conservatory of Music; accompanist at Pea- 
body Artist Recitals ; Res. 845 Hamilton Terrace. 

BACON, KATIE (Mrs. Arthur Newstead), concert pianist; graduate Peabody 
Conservatory of Music; Res. Washington Apartments. 

BALTIMORE CHOIR BUREAU,* address, 172 Mt. Vernon Place. 

BLACKHEAD, MISS VIRGINIA, instructor of piano, harmony and ear 
training preparatory department Peabody Conservatory of Music ; lecturer on 
Musical Appreciation at the Conservatory ; Res. 3002 Edmondson Avenue. 

BOHL, JOHN C., concert flutist; instructor of flute and oboe Peabody Con- 
servatory of Music; member John C. Bohl's Orchestra at the Hippodrome; 
Res. 1732 W. Lexington Street. 

BORNSCHEIN, FRANZ CARL, violinist; teacher preparatory department 
Peabody Conservatory of Music; also director of students orchestra in this 
department; composer violin concerto in G Minor, "The Djinns," "Zorha," 
etc. ; formerly music critic Baltimore Evening Sun; Baltimore correspondent 
Musical America (New York) ; conductor Orchestra Music Settlement of 
Baltimore; Mrs. Franz Carl Bornschein (Hazel Knox) ; Res. 708 E. Twen- 
tieth Street. 

BOYLE, GEORGE F.,* concert pianist ; recitals ; instructor of piano Peabody 
Institute; composer works for orchestra, piano concerto, pieces for piano, 
songs; Mrs. George F. Boyle (Avery Forney Baker) ; Res. The Avon Apart- 
ments. 

CARPENTER, ANNIE HAINES (Mrs. Frederick Denniston Carpenter),* 
pianist ; organist ; teacher of piano Peabody Conservatory of Music ; organist 
and choir director Unitarian Church of Baltimore ; Res. "The Schenley," Park 
Heights and Glen Avenues, Baltimore County; summer address, care Mrs. 
H. B. Duckworth, Macon, Georgia. 



154 MARYLAND 



CHASE, MISS ELEANOR, concert soprano ; soloist Congregational Church ; 
soprano Peabody Quartet ; teacher of voice Peabody Conservatory of Music ; 
Res. 1220 Mt. Royal Avenue. 

CUTCHIN, MISS ESTHER, concert pianist; graduate Peabody Conserva- 
tory of Music; teacher of piano West Forest Park Music School; Res. 
N. E. Corner Walcott and Norfolk Avenues. 

DAVIS, CLIFTON F., concert basso; teacher of singing; Mrs. Clifton F. 
Davis (Helen M. Bayley), mezzo-soprano; Res. 924 W. North Avenue. 

DEEMS, J. HARRY, concert organist ; pianist ; violinist ; teacher of organ, 
piano, singing, violin and harmony; author "New American Music Reader" 
(Nos. I, II and III), "The Sunday School Teacher," "The Divinity of the 
Secular and Secularity of the Divine;" composer "Song Chaplet" (choruses 
2, 3 and 4 parts for women's voices), chamber music, works for piano and 
organ; organist First Baptist Church; Mrs. J. Harry Deems (May A. 
Adams) Res. 152 Wilson Street. 

DORMAN, ISRAEL,* concert violinist ; member Baltimore Symphony Or- 
chestra ; teacher of violin ; head of violin department Music School Settle- 
ment; teacher of violin preparatory department Peabody Conservatory of 
Music; Res. 1502 Ashland Avenue. 

DUNHAM, MISS EDNA,* -concert soprano ; oratorio ; Res. Calvert Court, 
Calvert and Thirty-first Streets. 

ERICKSON, FREDERICK L., organist and choirmaster Emmanuel Church ; 
fellow American Guild of Organists ; Res. 827 Hamilton Terrace. 

FEATHER, MISS ELSIE, pianist; teacher of piano Music School Settle- 
ment; also instructor of rhythmic dancing; graduate Royal Academy of 
Music (London) ; Res. 2019 Kennedy Avenue. 

FELDMAN, DANIEL, instructor of trumpet and other brass instruments 
Peabody Conservatory of Music ; leader Municipal Band ; Res. 937 W. Frank- 
lin Street. 

FERMIN, ADELIN,* teacher of the art of singing; teacher of John Charles 
Thomas and Jeanne Woolford, etc.; professor Peabody Conservatory of 
Music ; address, Peabody Conservatory of Music. 

FRANCIS, DAVID E., concert tenor; oratorio; recital; teacher of singing; 
Res. Ill W. Mulberry Street. 

FURST, FREDERICK VICTOR,* baritone; violinist; musical director Bal- 
timore Cathedral ; business manager and publisher Catholic Review of Balti- 
more ; arranges vocal and orchestral compositions ; Mrs. Frederick Victor 
Furst (Mary Teresa Bossle) ; Res. 720 Lenox Street. 



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GENTHER, HAROLD, organist St. Timothy's P. E. Church; accompanist; 
teacher of piano ; address, Peabody Conservatory of Music. 

HEMBERGER, THEODOR, concert violinist; instructor of violin; conduc- 
tor Germania Maennerchor ; composer songs, works for piano; violin and 
orchestra; Res. 2326 Harlem Avenue. 

HERING, J. NORRIS, instructor of harmony preparatory department Pea- 
body Conservatory of Music; organist Christ P. E. Church; music critic 
Baltimore Star; Res. 516 E. Twentieth Street. 

HILL, MISS MINNA D., teacher of piano preparatory department Peabody 
Conservatory of Music; teacher of rhythmic dancing; composer pieces for 
piano ; Res. 2330 Reistertown Road. 

HUBER, FREDERICK R.,* manager Concert Bureau Peabody Conserva- 
tory of Music; teacher of piano at the Conservatory; organist St. Patrick's 
R. C. Church ; Res. Homewood Apartments. 

HULL, MISS ANNE A., concert pianist; instructor of piano preparatory 
department Peabody Conservatory of Music; holds teacher's certificate and 
diploma from Peabody Conservatory ; composer songs, works for piano, etc. ; 
Res. 916. St. Paul Street. 

HULSTEYN, JOAN C. VAN, concert violinist; concertmeister Baltimore 
Symphony Orchestra; first violinist Baltimore String Quartet; instructor of 
violin Peabody Conservatory of Music; Res. 2510 N. Charles Street. 

KEIDEL, MISS LOUISA J.,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; pupil of Emmanuel 
Wad of the Peabody Conservatory of Music ; Res. Catonsville, Md. 

LANDOW, MAX, concert pianist ; instructor of piano Peabody Conservatory 
of Music ; also teaches privately ; Res. 3019 N. Calvert Street. 

LUCKE, MISS KATHARINE, teacher of harmony preparatory department 
Peabody Conservatory of Music; composer works for piano, songs; Res. 
3605 Windsor Mill Road. 

MCMANUS, MISS MARGARET,* organist; pianist; accompanist; asso- 
ciated with Strand Theatre; Res. 1628 N. Gilmor Street. 

MELAMET, DAVID S.,* vocal instructor; director Melamet Opera School; 
conductor Musical Art Club; composer of songs, choruses, etc.; Res. 3910 
Duvall Avenue. 

MORRIS, EDWARD M., concert pianist; appearances with Boston Sym- 
phony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, etc.; instructor of piano prepara- 
tory department Peabody Conservatory of Music; Res. 1500 Linden Avenue. 



156 MARYLAND 



NEWSTEAD, ARTHUR, concert pianist ; instructor of piano Peabody Con- 
servatory of Music; also at Institute of Musical Art (New York) ; author of 
text-book; Mrs. Arthur Newstead (Katie Bacon); Res. Washington Apart- 
ments ; New York address, Hotel Wellington. 

NORRIS, MISS NELLIE A., concert soprano; soloist Mt. Vernon Methodist 
Church; teacher of voice Maryland College for Women (Lutherville, Md.) ; 
holds certificate from Peabody Conservatory of Music; Res. 3111 Clifton 
Avenue. 

ODEND'HAL, LUCIEN C., baritone; teacher of singing; president Catholic 
Choral Club; associated with Notre Dame College; studio, 521 N. Howard 
Street ; Res. Pimlico Road and Oakdale. 

ORTMANN, OTTO, instructor of piano preparatory department Peabody 
Conservatory of Music ; instructor of piano Park School ; music critic German 
Correspondent; address, Peabody Conservatory of Music. 

PACHE, JOSEPH,* conductor Baltimore Oratorio Society; organizer and 
conductor Women's Philharmonic Chorus of Baltimore ; founded the Oratorio 
Society of York, Pa., and conducted its festivals for seven years; composer 
songs and choruses; Res. 1523 Harlem Avenue. 

PAUL, EDGAR F., tenor; teacher of singing; head vocal department Wash- 
ington (D. C.) College of Music; teacher of harmony European Conserva- 
tory of Baltimore ; musical director Madison Avenue M. E. Church ; manager 
music department Clark Teachers' Agency of Baltimore; Res. 1617 W. North 
Avenue. 

PAUL, ROBERT, instructor of harmony preparatory department Peabody 
Conservatory of Music; composer works for piano and violin, chamber music, 
songs, etc. ; Res. Melvin Avenue, Catonsville, Md. 

PHILLIPS, HAROLD C., concert organist; instructor of organ and harmony 
Peabody Conservatory of Music ; organist Christian Science Church ; member 
American Guild of Organists ; music critic Baltimore News ; composer works 
for organ ; Res. 2724 Maryland Avenue. 

POFFORD, MISS GRACE S., pianist; organist; teacher of piano prepara- 
tory department Peabody Conservatory of Music ; also at Park School ; Res. 
1268 E. North Avenue. 

RANDOLPH, HAROLD, concert pianist; director Peabody Conservatory 
of Music; president Florestan Club of Baltimore; Mrs. Harold Randolph 
(Emma L. Gary) ; Res. Roland Park, Baltimore; summer address, Northeast 
Harbor, Maine. 

RENZ, ADOLPH, clarinet soloist; instructor clarinet and double bass Pea- 
body Conservatory of Music ; Res. 716 W. Lafayette Avenue. 

REITDORF, AUGUST, pianist ; associated with Steinway & Sons ; Res. 
1448 Homestead Street. 

ROBEY, MISS MARION A., concert pianist : has appeared in some impor- 
tant dramatic productions ; Res. 2840 W. North Avenue. 



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ROLKER, JOHN G.,* president Gertnania Maennerchor; long associated 
with leading musical organizations of Baltimore; Res. Peabody Apartments. 

STEINMULLER, STEVEN, choirmaster Har Sinai Synagogue; instructor 
of voice ; Res. 3277 Carrollton Avenue. 

STRUBE, GUSTAV,* concert violinist; formerly concert meister Boston 
Symphony Orchestra; conductor Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and (Munici- 
pal) Choral Society; member of faculty Peabody Symphony Orchestra; in- 
structor of composition, counterpoint and harmony; composer violin concerto, 
symphonies, symphonic poems, overtures, etc. ; Res. 3703 Forest Park Avenue, 
Forest Park, Baltimore. 

THATCHER, HOWARD, organist; pianist; teacher of harmony Peabody 
Conservatory of Music; director of music Maryland College for Women 
(Lutherville, Md.) ; organist Mt. Vernon Methodist Church; composer works 
for piano and organ, songs; Res. 1509 John Street. 

THOMAS, MISS MABEL, teacher of piano preparatory department Pea- 
body Conservatory of Music; graduate Peabody Conservatory; Res. 3218 
Westwood Avenue, Walbrook, Md. 

WAD, EMMANUEL, concert pianist; instructor of piano Peabody Con- 
servatory of Music; composer works for piano, orchestra and songs; Res. 
Mt. Vernon Apartments, Cathedral Street. 

WEAVER, FREDERICK D.,* pianist; organist; winner Chickering Con- 
cert Grand Piano in Third Annual Peabody Conservatory Prize Contest, 1915 ; 
teacher of piano, organ and harmony ; organist First Presbyterian Church and 
Madison Avenue Temple; treasurer Maryland Chapter American Guild of 
Organists; Mrs. Frederick D. Weaver (Ellen Calvert Egerton) ; Res. Owings 
Mills, Baltimore County. 

WEINRICH, HENRI,* pianist; director European Conservatory of Music 
(Baltimore) ; address, 811 N. Calvert Street. 

WIRTZ, BART, concert 'cellist; solo 'cellist Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; 
'cellist Baltimore String Quartet; instructor of 'cello Peabody Conservatory 
of Music ; Res. Brooklandville, Maryland. 

WOODS, MISS ELIZA MC C., pianist; instructor of piano and elements 
of music Peabody Conservatory of Music; composer works for piano and 
songs ; Res. Riderwood, Maryland. 

WOOLFORD, JEANNE (Mrs. W. Allen Woolford),* concert contralto; 
teacher of singing; choir director Madison Avenue Methodist Church; Res. 
Chapel Gate Lane, Tea Hills, Baltimore. 



158 MARYLAND 



CUMBERLAND 

SNOW, FREDERICK FOSTER,* conductor Men's Glee Club, 50 voices; 
Ladies' Choral Club (60 voices), Madrigal Club (120 voices) ; address, Cum- 
berland. 

FREDERICK 

PEARSON, HENRY WARD*, dean music department Hood College; 
pianist; organist; teacher of organ and piano; conductor Frederick Choral 
Society ; engages artists for College Lyceum Course and concerts by Frederick 
Choral Society; address, Hood College; summer address, Brasher Falls, N. Y. 



MASSACHUSETTS 

BOSTON 

HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY 

EMIL MOLLENHAUER, Musical Director 
189 Huntington Avenue 

COURTENAY GUILD, 20 Mt. Vernon Street President 

JOHN C. BRODHEAD, 38 Montclair Avenue, Roslindale, Mass Vice-President 

DUANE WHITE, 9 Rowland Street, Roxbury, Mass Secretary 

GEORGE M. BROOKS, Arlington, Mass Treasurer 



APOLLO CLUB OF BOSTON 

EMIL MOLLENHAUER, Musical Director 
189 Huntington Avenue. 

COURTENAY GUILD, 144 High Street President 

CHARLES A. BROWN, 268 Summer Street Vice-President 

HORACE J. PHIPPS, 65 Bedford Street Secretary 

THOMAS H. HALL, 403 Washington Street Treasurer 



CECILIA SOCIETY 

CHALMERS D. CLIFTON, Conductor 
Harvard Club 

HENRY L. MASON, 492 Boylston Street President 

FRANK E. PEABODY, Devonshire Street First Vice-President 

WILLIAM LESTER BATES 

14 Park View Avenue, Roxbury, Mass Second Vice-President 

HENRY CHEQUER, 20 Oxford Street, Somerville, Mass Secretary 

GEORGE E. HUNT, 15 Broad Street Treasurer 

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160 MASSACHUSETTS 

HARVARD ALUMNI CHORUS 

CHALMERS D. CLIFTON, Musical Director 

32 Pinckney Street 

EDWARD S. DODGE, 53 State Street President 

GEORGE WIGGLESWORTH, 53 State Street Vice-President 

HERBERT HENRY DARLING, 38 Equitable Building Secretary 

HERBERT LYMAN, 53 State Street Treasurer 



HARVARD MUSICAL ASSOCIATION 

CHARLES G. SAUNDERS, 95 Milk Street President 

GEORGE O. G. COALE, 60 State Street Vice-President 

HERBERT HENRY DARLING, 38 Equitable Building Secretary 

HENRY WARE, 53 State Street Treasurer 



PEOPLE'S CHORAL UNION OF BOSTON 

F. W. WODELL, Musical Director 
23 Parkman Street, Brookline 

(Vacant) President 

E. T. FILLEBROWN, 22 Harris Street, Brookline V ice-President 

R. W. LINCOLN, 28 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan Secretary 

S. M. WARSHAUER, 69 Kenwood Street, Brookline Treasurer 

ADAMOWSKI, JOSEF, concert 'cellist ; co-founder Adamowski Trio ; teacher 
of 'cello; address, New England Conservatory of Music. 

ADAMOWSKI, TIMOTHEE, concert violinist; co-founder Adamowski 
Trio ; teacher of violin ; address, New England Conservatory of Music. 

AMERICAN STRING QUARTETTE,* Gertrude Marshall, violin; Ruth 
Stickney, violin; Adeline Packard, viola; Hazel L. Africain, 'cello; address, 
1322 Commonwealth Avenue. 

ASPER, FRANK W., pianist ; teacher of piano and harmony ; organist Second 
Congregational Church, Cohasset (Mass.) ; Res. 564 Columbus Avenue. 



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BAKER, MRS. MARTHA ATWOOD, concert soprano; recitals; soloist 
First Parish Church (Brookline) ; address, 110 Gainsborough Street. 

BALTZELL, WINTON JAMES, editor The Musician; specialist in harmony 
teaching; author "A Complete History of Music" (for schools, clubs, etc.), 
"Baltzell's Dictionary of Musicians" (biographical) ; composer songs, part- 
songs, anthems; Mrs. Winton James Baltzell (Bertha Wert) ; office, 150 
Tremont Street ; Res. 30 Villa Avenue, Winthrop, Mass. 

BEACH, MRS. H. H. A. (Amy Marcy Cheney),* concert pianist; composer 
"Gaelic" Symphony, quintet for piano and strings (F sharp minor), piano 
concerto (C sharp minor), Mass (E flat), violin sonata, festival "Jubilate," 
"Panama Hymn," Service in A (Episcopal Church) ; many works for piano; 
5 cantatas and over 100 songs ; extended tours in Europe and America ; Res. 
28 Commonwealth Avenue; summer address, Cape Cod, Mass. 

BERG-LOFGREN, AXELINE DE (Madame Henrik Lofgren),* operatic 
singer; teacher of singing (Garcia Method) ; has taught 400 pupils, many 
of them appearing in opera; musical director Harmoni (Swedish) Singing 
Society (men), participating at Worcester (Mass.) festivals; Res. 70 West- 
land Avenue. 

BULLARD, MISS EDITH,* concert soprano ; was soloist three years at the 
First Church of Boston, and three years at Emanuel Baptist Church, Newton, 
Mass.; successful in lecture-recitals with John Marshall (director of music 
Boston University) at Radcliffe, Amherst and Dartmouth Colleges and Boston 
University ; teacher of singing ; studio, 609 Pierce Building, Copley Square. 

" BUONAMICI, GIUSEPPE, assistant director Fox-Buonamici Piano School ; 
teacher of piano ; pupil of Von Biilow and Rheinberger ; edited special edition 
of Beethoven's Sonatas ; address, Copley Square. 

CHADWICK, GEORGE WHITEFIELD, composer 3 symphonies, 5 over- 
tures, 5 string quartets ; "Judith" Oratorio ; many songs, choruses, works for 
piano ; other works for orchestra ; director New England Conservatory of 
Music; conductor orchestras New England Conservatory of Music; member 
Academy of Arts and Letters; Res. 360 Marlboro Street; summer home, 
West Chop, Mass. 

CHILD, MRS. BERTHA GUSHING,* concert contralto ; teacher of singing ; 
soloist King's Chapel; Residence-studio, 114 Mount Vernon Street. 

CLEMENS, MRS. STANLEY (Louise Menard),* managing recitals and 
concert courses at Steinert Hall, Jordan Hall and Copley-Plaza Hotel ; manager 
of New York and Boston Artists' Registry and Exchange; address, Hotel 
Westminster. 



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CLIFTON, CHALMERS D.,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; conductor Cecilia So- 
ciety and Harvard Alumni Chorus of Boston; composer Lexington Pageant, 
songs, and works for piano; author "French Music," "Art of Music"; con- 
tributor to literary and musical magazines; Res. Harvard Club, Common- 
wealth Avenue. 

COPELAND, GEORGE,* concert pianist; renowned as the greatest living 
interpreter of Debussy; also famed for his interpretations of early French 
and Italian Schools and for his renditions of Chopin and Mozart ; first pianist 
to introduce in America, the modern Spanish music of Granados, Albienz, 
Turina, etc. ; Res. 9 W. Cedar Street. 

CUTTER, EPHRAIM, Jr.,* conductor Amphion Male Chorus, Melrose, 
Mass.; organist and choirmaster Park Street Church (5 years), and Emanuel 
Church, Roxbury, Mass. (10 years) ; pianist; teacher of piano and singing; 
composer anthems, male choruses and songs; Mrs. Ephraim Cutter, Jr. (Cora 
Fletcher Bradbury) ; address, Pierce Building, Copley Square. 

DAMON, MISS GERALDINE,* concert contralto; teacher of singing; 
studio, 610 Pierce Building; Res. 29 Burley Avenue, Danvers, Mass. 

DANIELS, MISS MABEL W., composer ; director music Simmons College, 
Boston ; vice-president Radcliffe Musical Association ; composer poem for 
baritone and orchestra, "Desolate City" ; songs, part-songs ; author "An Ameri- 
can Girl in Munich"; winner of two prizes (for composers), National Federa- 
tion of Musical Clubs ; Res. 198 Babcock Street, Brookline, Mass. 

DAVIS, MISS JESSIE,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; studio, 701 Pierce 
Building, Copley Square. 

DELLAFIELD, HENRY,* founder and director Bach Pianoforte School; 
pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer 200 works for piano ; publisher Bach Music 
Company (Dellafield's works) ; address, The Copley, 18 Huntington Avenue. 

DEYO, MISS RUTH,* concert pianist; soloist with Boston Symphony 
(1913-14, 1914-15, 1915-16), New York Philharmonic, Cincinnati Orchestra; 
concert appearances in Berlin, Leipzig, London, Paris and principal cities in 
America; management G. Dexter Richardson, New York; Res. 104 The 
Fenway. 

ELLIS, CHARLES A., manager Boston Symphony Orchestra ; manager 
special concert courses and tours by distinguished artists ; address, Symphony 
Hall. 

ELSON, LOUIS C., music critic and musical editor Boston Daily Advertiser; 
author "German Songs," "Theory of Music," "Great Composers," "Our 
National Music," "History of American Music," etc. ; contributor to literary 
and musical magazines ; lecturer ; teacher of theory ; address, New England 
Conservatory of Music. 



MASSACHUSETTS 163 

FAELTEN, CARL, concert pianist; director Faelten Pianoforte School; 
founder Faelten System of Fundamental Training; composer works for piano ; 
instructor many successful teachers ; Res. 30 Huntington Avenue. 

FAELTEN, MRS. REINHOLD (Marie Dewing),* teacher of piano; special 
preparation for children in Faelten Method ; address, 30 Huntington Avenue. 

FAUST, OLIVER C.,* director The Faust School of Tunning ; pianist ; organ- 
ist ; teachers prepared ; author "Organs Construction and Tuning," "Theory 
of Piano Tuning," etc. ; Mrs. Oliver C. Faust (Elizabeth W. Winter), organist ; 
permanent address, 27 Gainsboro Street. 

FISHER, WILLIAM ARMS, editor and publishing manager Oliver Ditson 
Company; composer songs: "Under the Rose," "Gae to Sleep," "Sweet is 
Tipperary," "When Allah Spoke," "O, Can Night Doubt Its Stars" ; over 50 
other published songs, sacred and secular; anthems; part-songs; Elegie for 
violin and piano ; other works ; Res. 54 Langdon Street, Cambridge. 

FLANDERS, RALPH L., general manager New England Conservatory ; a 
director Boston Opera Company and Massachusetts Trust Company; perma- 
nent address, New England Conservatory ; Mrs. Ralph L. Flanders ( Mary 
Ayer) ; Res. 737 Washington Street, Brookline, Mass. ; summer home, Bayside, 
Northport, Maine. 

FLETCHER-COPP, EVELYN (Mrs. Alfred E. Copp),* originator Fletcher 
Music Method ; inventor and patentee of various musical apparatus ; violinist ; 
pianist; lecturer; author 3 books; member of the Incorporated Society of 
Musicians; Res. 31 York Terrace, Corey Hill, Brookline, Mass. 

FOOTE, ARTHUR, pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer suites for orchestra ; 
suites for string orchestra; string quartet; other chamber music; works for 
piano and organ ; about 100 songs, part-songs and cantatas ; organist First 
Unitarian Church (1878-1910); president South End Settlement Music 
School ; president Oliver Ditson Society for Relief of Needy Musicians ; Mrs. 
Arthur Foote (Kate Grant Knowlton) ; Res. Brookline, Mass. 

FOX, FELIX,* concert pianist ; pupil of Jadassohn and Reinecke ; winner 
Helbig prize ; extended concert tours in America ; co-founder and director Fox- 
Buonamici Piano School ; teacher of piano ; address, Copley Square ; Mrs. 
Felix Fox (Mary Pratt), pianist; Res. 1751 Commonwealth Avenue. 

FROTHINGHAM, OLGA (Mrs. Langdon Frothingham), pianist; Res. 336 
Bay State Road ; summer address, Pocasset, Mass. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM H.,* lyric-author ; collaborator with Edward A. Mac- 
Dowell, Reginald de Koven, Alfred G. Robyn, Caro Roma, Ernest Ball, Louis 
F. Gottschalk, Alexander Mackenzie, Otto Cantor, Frank Tours, etc. ; author 
song words: "Merry Songs for Little Folks" (Gottschalk), "Thy Beaming 
Eyes" (MacDowell) ; Mrs. William H. Gardner (Marion B. Hodgson) ; ad- 
dress, 52 Chauncey Street ; summer address, 40 Willow Avenue, Winthrop, 
Mass. 



164 MASSACHUSETTS 

GEBHARD, HEINRICH, concert pianist; 4 years with Leschetizky; has 
played with Boston Symphony Orchestra and celebrated chamber music organi- 
zations ; teacher of piano many successful pupils ; composer String Quartet, 
Sonata for Violin and Piano (played in Vienna) ; works for piano; studio, 
Steinert Hall. 

GIDEON, HENRY L.,* pianist; organist; accompanist; vocal coach; lecturer 
on "Worship Music," "Folk-Songs," other musical topics ; organist and choir- 
master Temple Israel ; author Jewish Hymnal for Religious Schools of 
America; manager Temple Singers (12 artists including Gushing Child) ; di- 
rector Union Park Chorus; Mrs. Henry L. Gideon (Constance Graeme Ram- 
say) ; Res. Federhall Hall, Dedham, Mass. 

- GOODRICH, JOHN WALLACE, conductor ; organist ; dean of New England 
Conservatory faculty; Mrs. John Wallace Goodrich (Madeline Boardman) ; 
Res. 145 Beacon Street ; summer home, Manchester, Mass. 

GRUENBERG, EUGENE,* teacher of violin New England Conservatory of 
Music; founder of Junior Sight Reading Orchestra; composer 1 symphony 
(performed in Germany), 1 ballad, 1 sonata, 1 Suite in "Ancient Style," 
Foundation Exercises for Violin, Scales and Chords for Violin, melodic violin 
pieces ; author "Violinists' Manual," "Elementary Violin Lessons," etc. ; has 
edited works of different masters ; Res. 45 St. Stephen Street. 

GUCKENBERGER, BENJAMIN,* founder and director Guckenberger 
School of Music ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; conductor ; Mrs. Benjamin Gucken- 
berger (Margaret Gerry) ; office, 30 Huntington Avenue. 

HALE, PHILIP, music critic Boston Herald; author program notes Boston 
Symphony Orchestra ; contributor to literary and musical magazines ; formerly 
organist of churches in Albany and Troy; pupil of distinguished masters in 
Berlin and Paris; Mrs. Philip Hale (Irene Baumgras) ; Res. 1087 Boylston 
Street; summer address, Ostable, Mass. 

HAVENS, RAYMOND, pianist; teacher of piano; president Rhode Island 
School of Music, Pawtucket, R. I. ; Res. 214 Huntington Avenue. 

HAYDEN, MISS MINNIE,* teacher of voice building, song interpretation, 
concert, recital and repertoire work ; director of the Summer School of Music 
Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont; studio, Steinert Hall. 

HIGGINSON, HENRY LEE, founder and financier Boston Symphony Or- 
chestra ; banker ; amateur musician ; studied music in Vienna ; trustee Carnegie 
Institute; Res. 191 Commonwealth Avenue. 

HOFFMANN, JACQUES,* violinist Boston Orchestra ; concertmaster Wor- 
cester Festival and popular concerts of Boston Symphony Orchestra ; leader 
Hoffmann Quartet; conductor People's Orchestra; teacher of violin and en- 
semble; address, 58 Fenway. 



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HOPEKIRK, HELEN, (Mrs. William Wilson),* concert pianist; teacher 
of piano ; composer songs, piano pieces ; accompanist for Scottish folk-songs ; 
Res. 169 Walnut Street, Brookline, Mass. 

HOSFORD, MISS EMMA S., soprano in concert and opera; teacher of sing- 
ing; studio, Huntington Chambers. 

HOSMER, LUCIUS,* pianist; conductor; arranger; composer "The Rose 
of the Alhambra" (romantic comic opera in 3 acts), "The Koreans" (orien- 
tal comic opera in 3 acts), 2 orchestral suites, 3 overtures, Southern Rhap- 
sody, Northern Rhapsody, miscellaneous works for orchestra, songs, etc. ; 
permanent address, South Acton, Mass. 

HUBBARD, ARTHUR J., teacher of singing in all its branches ; the Hubbard 
School has given successful performances of standard operas, and has 
trained operatic and concert singers; studio, 246 Huntington Avenue; Res. 
85 Magnolia Avenue. 

LAHEE, HENRY C., manager Boston Musical Bureau ; author "Famous 
Pianists of Yesterday and Today," etc. ; address, 218 Tremont Street. 

LANE, MISS HELEN GERTRUDE,* dramatic soprano ; teacher of singing ; 
studio, Huntington Chambers; Res. 40 Cobden Street, Roxbury, Mass. 

LANG, MALCOLM, organist and choirmaster Kings Chapel ; pianist ; teacher 
of organ and piano ; director of Harvard Glee Club of Boston ; Mrs. Malcolm 
Lang (Ethel Ranney) ; Res. 162 Bay State Road. 

LANG, MISS MARGARET RUTHVEN,* pianist ; composer 3 overtures, 3 
arias, 1 ballad, 1 cantata (orchestra), 26 choral works (all published), 10 
piano pieces, 200 songs, 2 sacred works; Res. 8 Brimmer Street; summer 
home, New Boston, N. H. 

LAUNDER, MISS LETTY, teacher of violin ; method based upon principles 
gleaned from Julius Eichberg and Charles M. Loeffler (Boston), Leopold 
Lichtenberg (New York), and Hochschule fur Musik (Berlin) ; studio, 
Trinity Court; Res. Dartmouth Street. 

LLEWELLYN, MISS LOUISE, singer of folk-songs (in costume) ; special 
writer for Musical America (New York) ; Res. 60 Fenway. 

LOTT, MISS FANNY, soprano soloist ; church, oratorio and concert appear- 
ances; teacher of singing; address, 120 Hemenway Street. 

LOTT, MISS GLADYS, American Diseuse; programs of "Songs and 
Sketches of Child Life" ; management Mrs. Stanley Clemens ; Res. 120 
Hemenway Street. 

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166 MASSACHUSETTS 

LOUD, JOHN HERMANN,* concert organist; teacher of organ, harmony 
and piano; organist and choirmaster Park Street Church; fellow American 
Guild of Organists; an associate Royal College of Music; Massachusetts 
State President National Association of Organists ; studio, 140 Boylston 
Street; Res. 92 Corey Road, Coolidge Corner, Mass. 

MC ALLISTER, MRS HALL,* (Laura H. McAllister), teacher of singing; 
coaching in songs; director North Shore Musicales and private concerts; 
studio, 371 Marlborough Street. 

MACDONALD, W. R., manager of distinguished artists in concert, oratorio 
and recital ; address, Steinert Hall. 

MANNEY, CHARLES FONTEYN, associate musical editor for Oliver 
Ditson Company; composer, anthems, cantatas, works for piano and songs; 
Res. 94 Chestnut Street. 

MARSHALL, MISS GERTRUDE,* concert violinist; an exponent of 
Loeffler ; has appeared as soloist with Boston Symphony Orchestra ; recitals 
South, West, and Canada ; founder and first violin American String Quartet ; 
teacher of violin; address, 1322 Commonwealth Avenue. 

MASON, HENRY L., president Boston Cecilia Society ; chairman board of 
directors Mason & Hamlin Company; author "The Modern Artistic Piano- 
forte Its Construction," "The History and Development of the American 
Cabinet Organ," "Opera Stories"; Mrs. Henry L. Mason (Estelle Hart Kim- 
ball) ; Res. 188 Bay State Road ; summer address, Beverly Farms, Mass. 

MOLLENHAUER, EMIL, conductor Handel and Haydn Society, Boston 
Apollo Club, and Boston Festival Orchestra ; teacher of interpretation in 
opera, oratorio and lieder ; many professional pupils ; Mrs. Emil Mollenhauer 
(Mary Laverty), singer; address, 189 Huntington Avenue. 

MORSE, FRANK, teacher of singing; studio, Steinert Hall. 

MUCK, DR. KARL, conductor Boston Symphony Orchestra ; address ; Sym- 
phony Hall. 

MUDGETT, LOUIS H.,* manager of Symphony Hall ; also Boston manager 
of the more important concerts by visiting artists ; address, Symphony Hall. 

MUNGER, MISS CLARA, teacher of singing (Marchesi method) ; teacher of 
many famous singers in America and Europe ; studio, Century Building. 

NEWMAN, RICHARD,* manager Steinert Hall, and manager of musical 
artists; address, Steinert Hall, 162 Boylston Street. 

NICHOLS, MISS MARIE, concert violinist; soloist with Boston Symphony 
Orchestra ; extended tours ; teacher of violin ; Res. 70 Marshall Street Brook- 
line, Mass. 



MASSACHUSETTS 167 

NOACK, SYLVAIN, violinist; second concertmaster Boston Symphony 
Orchestra ; teacher of violin ; address, Symphony Hall. 

OAKES, ALMON C., baritone soloist; church, concert and recital work; 
teacher of singing ; studio, Steinert Hall ; summer class in Norwood, N. Y. 

ORTH, JOHN, concert pianist; pupil of Liszt; teacher of piano; special peda- 
gogical courses for teachers; composer, teaching pieces for piano; studio, 
Steinert Hall. 

PARKER, HENRY T., musical editor and critic Boston Evening Transcript; 
Res. 132 Bowdoin Street; summer address, care Coutts & Co., London, Eng- 
land. 

PATTISON, LEE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; member of faculty 
New England Conservatory ; Res. 334 Bay State Road ; summer address, 
1066 Thirty-fifth Street, Des Moines, Iowa. 

PAUL, WILLIAM ALDEN, teacher of singing; instructor in voice culture 
for reading, speaking, intoning and singing Episcopal Theological School 
(Cambridge) ; organist and choirmaster Church of Our Saviour, Longwood; 
studio, 22 Blagden Street. 

PORTER, F. ADDISON,* teacher of piano and superintendent normal de- 
partment New England Conservatory of Music; composer sonatas, preludes, 
"Humoresque," "Valse Brillante" (for piano), other works for piano, songs, 
etc. ; author "New England Conservatory Course for Piano," "Practical 
Finger Exercises," "Intermediate and Advanced Technic," "A Pianoforte 
Method"; Mrs. F. Addison Porter (Laura Huxtable) ; Res. 465 Washington 
Street, Brookline, Mass. 

PRESCOTT, ALBERT E., concert baritone; pupil of Sbriglia; teacher of 
singing ; soloist King's Chapel ; address, 6 Newbury Street ; summer address, 
Westford, Mass. 

PROCTOR, GEORGE, concert pianist; toured with leading orchestras and 
chamber music organizations; teacher of piano; studio, Pierce Building; 
Res. Fairmount Street, Brookline, Mass. 

REED, MARY G. (Mrs. Alexander H. Reed),* pianist; teacher of piano; 
lecture-recitals ; studio, 520 Huntington Chambers ; Res. Canton, Mass. 

ROBINSON, RAYMOND C., concert organist; organist and choirmaster 
Central Congregational Church; director organ and harmony departments 
Hultman-Mcquaid Conservatory (Worcester, Mass.) ; composer works for 
orchestra and sacred songs; Mrs. Raymond C. Robinson (Mabel Wheeler) ; 
studio, 6 Newbury Street ; Res ; 21 Stone Road, Belmont, Mass. 

ROGERS, CLARA KATHLEEN (Mrs. Henry M. Rogers), teacher of sing- 
ing ; composer songs ; author "The Voice in Speech," "My Voice and I" ; Res. 
309 Beacon Street. 



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ROTH OTTO, violinist ; member Boston Symphony Orchestra ; second violin 
Boston Quartet ; teacher of violin ; address, Symphony Hall ; Res. 10 Arlington 
Street. 

RUGGLES, MAY SLEEPER (Mrs. Frank W. Ruggles),* concert contralto; 
teacher of singing ; soloist Congregational Church, Wellesley, Mass. ; special 
programs : Bulgarian and Russian Folk-Songs ; founder and president Lieder- 
heim School of Vocal Music, Auburndale, Mass. ; composer Wellesley College 
"Singing Cheer" ; studios, Pierce Building, Boston, and 30 Elm Street, Worces- 
ter, Mass. ; Res. Auburndale, Mass. 

SCHROEDER, ALWIN, concert 'cellist ; formerly member Boston Symphony 
Orchestra and Kneisel Quartet; member Boston String Quartet; teacher of 
'cello ; address, Symphony Hall. 

SCHROEDER, THEODORE ALBERT,* concert and oratorio basso-can- 
tante; noted vocal instructor; coach and writer on subjects of the voice; 
eminent American authority on interpretation of "German Lieder" ; studio, 
Huntingdon Avenue ; Res. 1253 Beacon Street ; summer address, Highland 
Lake, Bridgton, Maine. 

SEYDEL, MISS IRMA,* concert violinist; appearances with orchestra and 
recitals; Res. 1234 Commonwealth Avenue. 

SHEPARD, MISS ALICE MABEL,* pianist; graduate New England Con- 
servatory; teacher (Leschetizky Method) of piano; also organ and harmony 
lessons ; organist and choir director Mattapan M. E. Church ; Res. 228 Town- 
send Street, Roxbury, Boston; summer address, Sagamore, Mass. 

SMART, MADAME CLARA,* teacher of singing (Rudersdorff method) ; 
teacher of a number of widely known singers; studio, 512 Pierce Building; 
Res. Mountvale Street, Roslindale, Mass. 

SMITH, HERBERT W., concert baritone; soloist Central Congregational 
Church; Mrs. Herbert W. Smith (Edna Swasey) ; Res. 20 Queensbury Street. 

SHELLING, MISS LILLIA,* concert contralto; oratorio (formerly with 
Metropolitan Opera Company, New York) ; engaged for Boston Symphony 
Orchestra, Dr. Karl Muck conducting, at Worcester (Mass), January 9, 
1917 ; also on tour with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Spring Tour ; address, 
131 Newbury Street. 

STASNY, CARL, concert pianist; has appeared with Boston Symphony Or- 
chestra and famous string quartets; invited by Theodore Thomas to play at 
World's Fair in Chicago (1893) ; teacher of piano New England Conservatory 
of Music ; teacher of many professional musicians ; author "Finger Training" ; 
address, New England Conservatory. 



MASSACHUSETTS 169 

STEWART, GEORGE W., founder and business manager Boston Festival 
Orchestra ; formerly with Boston Symphony Orchestra ; Res. Magnolia Street, 
Dorchester, Mass. 

STILLINGS, MISS KATHARINE KEMP, concert violinist; teacher of 
violin ; studio, 64 Commonwealth Avenue ; Res. 61 Park Street, Brookline. 

STOESSEL, ALBERT,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; composer violin 
and piano pieces, songs, chamber music (two quartets and one quintet) ; 
editor modern and classic violin music; member Willy Hess String Quartet 
(Berlin) ; address, care, W. R. Macdonald, Steinert Hall; Res. 126 Glenville 
Avenue ; foreign address, 37 Genthiner Street, Berlin W. 35, Germany. 

SZUMOWSKA, ANTOINETTE (Madame Josef Adamowski), concert 
pianist ; ensemble ; member Adamowski Trio ; teacher of piano ; address, New 
England Conservatory of Music. 

TORREY, MISS EDITH E.,* concert dramatic soprano; recitals; teacher 
of singing; director Torrey Studio; Res. 164 Huntington Avenue; summer 
address, Hingham, Mass. 

TOWNSEND, STEPHEN,* concert baritone ; teacher of singing ; conductor 
Choral Club of Boston ; composer songs ; studio, 6 Newbury Street ; Mrs. 
Stephen Townsend (Laura Hawkins), pianist; Res. Copley Plaza Hotel; 
summer address, Woodstock, Vt. 

TRACY, MISS MARY R.,* concert soprano; teacher of singing; studio, 
606 Huntington Chambers; Res. Bayside Hull, Mass. 

TRUETTE, EVERETT ELLSWORTH, concert organist ; teacher of organ : 
a founder of the American Guild of Organists ; organist and choirmaster Eliot 
Congregational Church (Newton) for 17 years; composer Suite in G Minor 
(for organ) ; other works for organ; anthems; edited various books on organ 
music; address, 218 Tremont Street; Mrs. Everett Ellsworth Truette (Fannie 
Sherman); Res. 130 Dean Road; Brookline; summer address, Greenville, 
Maine. 

WALTER, WILLIAM E.,* general press representative Boston Symphony 
Orchestra, and of the tours of distinguished artists under the direction of 
C. A. Ellis ; address, Symphony Hall. 

WELTMAN, LEON,* concert violinist; first violinist Tschaikowsky Quartet; 
teacher of advanced students Weltman Conservatory of Music (Maiden, 
Mass.); director Weltman Conservatory of Music; conductor Weltman 
Orchestral Society; composer "The Soul of the Violin," "Caprice Canari" 
(violin) ; "Serenade," "Romanza" ('cello) ; Mrs. Leon Weltman (Janie 
Gordon) ; Res. 153 Hemenway Street. 

WHITNEY, WILLIAM L., head of Whitney School ; renowned teacher of 
singing; address, 200 Huntington Avenue. 



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WILDER, BURT GREEN, composer Founder's Hymn (in honor of Ezra 
Cornell); "Slumber Song," "Last Night" (duet), "Fiat Justitia" (hymn for 
first Universal Peace Congress), "Ode to Life Savers," "Old Ironsides"; 
Mrs. Burt Green Wilder (Mary Field) ; Res. 93 Waban Hall Road, Chestnut, 
Mass. ; summer address, Siasconset, Mass. 

WILLARD, MISS JEAN, pianist; teacher of piano; studio, Huntington 
Chambers; Res. 308 Winthrop Road, Brookline. 

WILSON, ARTHUR, music critic Boston Globe; teacher of singing and 
interpretation; address, 88 Gainsborough Street; summer address, Peters- 
borough, N. H. 

WITEK, ANTON,* concertmeister Boston Symphony Orchestra ; violin vir- 
tuoso; teacher of violin; member Witek-Malkin Trio (founded 1902) ; Mrs. 
Anton Witek (Vita Friese), concert pianist; teacher of piano; member Witek- 
Malkin Trio; Res. 176 Huntington Avenue (see New York). 

WODELL, FREDERICK W.,* concert baritone ; oratorio ; teacher of sing- 
ing; musical director People's Choral Union of Boston (400 mixed voices) ; 
author "Choir and Chorus Conducting" ; composer "The American Flag" 
(cantata for male chorus, soli and orchestra) ; studio, 605 Pierce Building; 
Mrs. Frederick W. Wodell (Emma L. Farr) ; Res. 23 Parkman Street, Brook- 
line, Mass. 

WYMAN, MRS. LILLA VILES,* dancer; teacher of ballet and modern danc- 
ing ; teachers prepared ; illustrated dance-lectures ; author "Fire and Water" 
dance ; interpretative and rhythmic Pageants ; creator and director historical 
and allegorical fetes ; president Dancing Teachers' Club of Boston ; Res. 739 
Boylston Street. 

CAMBRIDGE 

LAMSON, CARL, pianist ; accompanist for four seasons on tours with Fritz 
Kreisler, the celebrated Austrian violinist; Mrs. Carl Lamson (Helen Fiske 
Westgate); Res. 11 Everett Street. 

SPALDING, WALTER RAYMOND, musical director Harvard University 
and RadclifFe College ; studied in France, England and Germany ; concert 
organist ; instructor of organ ; formerly organist at Emanuel P. E. Church, 
Boston ; co-author (with Arthur Foote) "Tonal Counterpoint," "Modern 
Harmony in Its Theory and Practice" ; Mrs. Walter Raymond Spalding 
(Alexandrine Macomb Stanton) ; Res. 5 Berkeley Place. 

THOMAS, MRS. THEODORE (Rose Fay), pianist; founder and honorary 
president National Federation of Musical Clubs ; Res. 2 Willard Court. 



MASSACHUSETTS 171 

CHELSEA 

DAVIS, HOWARD CLARKE, baritone; coaching for professionals; teacher 
of singing ; conductor ; supervisor of music Chelsea Public Schools ; choir 
director First Congregational Church of Chelsea; Mrs. Howard Clark Davis 
(Ruth Willard White) ; Res. 18 Tudor Street; summer home, "Stonehenge," 
Burkehaven, Lake Sunapee, N. H. 

CONCORD 

SURETTE, THOMAS WHITNEY, lecturer on musical subjects ; staff lec- 
turer on Music to the Extension Delegacy of Oxford (England) University; 
composer "Priscilla" (operetta), "The Eve of St. Agnes" (dramatic ballad for 
chorus, soli and orchestra); piano pieces; anthems; co-author (with D. G. 
Mason) "The Appreciation of Music" : Res. 21 Lexington Road. 

FALL RIVER 

CLUB OF TWENTY-FIVE 

B. S. C. GIFFORD, Fall River President 

JAMES D. D. COMEY, Fall River Secretary 

E. B. VARNEY, Fall River Treasurer 

(This Club engages artists in concerts for Fall River) 

COMEY, JAMES D. D.,* teacher of piano, organ and theory ; secretary Club 
of Twenty-five (which brings artists to Fall River for concerts) ; organist 
and choirmaster First Baptist Church, Boston; Res. 910 Highland Avenue; 
winter address, 4 Newbury Street, Boston. 

MARSHALL, MRS. JESSIE E.,* pianist; Res. 68 Bigelow Street. 

HOLYOKE 

MUSIC COMMITTEE HOLYOKE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

WILLIAM CHURCHILL HAMMOND. 231 Cabot Street 

JAMES H. WAKELIN 59 Fairfield Avenue 

P. J. GARVEY 198 Beech Street 



MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. A. H. COAR, Musical Director 
106 Nonotuck Street 

Miss ANNA M. LAPORTE, 157 Brown Avenue President 

Miss FANNY L. STORY, 1866 Northampton Street Vice-President 

Miss RUTH HUBBARD, 46 Pearl Street Secretary 

Miss RACHAEL L. CLARK, 245 Beech Street Treasurer 

Miss MARY CONWAY, 205 Oak Street Librarian 



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WILLISTON, ARTHA (Mrs. Lorenzo Arthur Williston),* concert soprano; 
Res. 33 Laurel Street. 



LAWRENCE 

LAWRENCE CHORAL SOCIETY 

E. G. HOOD, Musical Director 
Nashua, N. H. 

DR. ROBERT FARQUHAR, 296 Ames Street President 

MRS. L. G. BEELEY, 145 Haverhill Street Vice-President 

Miss HELEN P. SNOW, Bay State Building Secretary 

WILLIAM BLAND, Quincy Street, Methuen Treasurer 



LOWELL 

LOWELL CHORAL SOCIETY 

Nashua, N. H. 
EUSEBIUS G. HOOD, Musical Director 

ARTHUR C. SPALDING, Hildreth Building President 

GEORGE S. DREW, 112 Parkview Avenue Vice-President 

HARRY STOCKS, Courier-Citizen Secretary 

SAMUEL KERSHAW, 177 Central Street Treasurer 



BROWN, ALBERT EDMUND,* director of music State Normal School; 
concert bass-baritone; oratorio; recitals (English programs a specialty); 
teacher of singing; Mrs. Albert Edmund Brown (Martha Patti Taylor); 
pianist; Res. 340 Wilder Street. 

SPALDING, ARTHUR C., organist and choirmaster Kirk Street Congrega- 
tional Church ; president Lowell Choral Society ; Mrs. Arthur C. Spalding 
(May Leah Eveleth) ; Res. 131 Holyrood Avenue. 



MASSACHUSETTS 173 

MALDEN 

SCHUBERT CLUB 

EDWARD L. MACARTHUR, Musical Director 
22 Harnden Road 

JAMES E. WOOD, Webster Street President 

EDWARD B. STILES, Webster Place Vice-President 

PERCY H. WILKINS, 12 Kernwood Street Secretary 

H. B. BLACKMER, 34 Capen Street, Medford Treasurer 



MALDEN MUSICAL CLUB 

EDWARD L. MACARTHUR, Musical Director 
22 Harnden Road 

MRS. WILLIAM H. CONVERSE, Main Street President 

MRS. GEORGE H. GRAVES, 164 Summer Street V ice-President 

MRS. WILLIAM T. SOULEE, Gellenean Terrace Secretary 

MRS. PERCY C. MOORE, 35 Lowell Street Treasurer 

FESTIVAL CHORUS OF THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 

N. W. TREADWELL, 14 Clifton Street President 

MRS. B. O. SCOLTOCK, 102 Second Street, Wellington, Mass Vice-President 

MARIAN L. BAKER, 35 Judson Street Secretary 

F. W. ROLFE, JR., 18 Pratt Street Treasurer 

MACARTHUR, EDWARD L.,* concert baritone ; musical director Schubert 
Club and Musical Club of Maiden; choirmaster Center M. E. Church; Res. 
22 Harnden Road. 

WELTMAN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,* Leon Weltman, director; 
address, 99 Pleasant Street. 

MEDFIELD 

LOEFFLER, CHARLES MARTIN, violinist ; teacher of violin and composi- 
tion; composer symphonic poems: "Death of Tintagiles," "La Villanelle du 
Diable," "A Pagan Poem," chamber music, songs ; Mrs. Charles Martin Loef- 
fler (Elsie Burnett Fay) ; address, "Meadowmere Farm." 



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MEDFORD 

LEWIS, LEO RICH, professor of theory and history of music Tufts College ; 
composer "Consolation of Music" (cantata) ; overture to Browning's "Blot 
in the 'Scutcheon"; violin sonata, anthems, operettas, songs; author "Melo- 
dia" and "Harmonia" (text-books on sight-singing) ; secretary United States 
Section of International Music Society; Mrs. Leo Rich Lewis (Carrie Nichols 
Bullard) ; permanent address, Tufts College. 



MELROSE 

AMPHION CLUB 

E. CUTTER, Musical Director 

Pierce Building, Boston 

FRANKLIN P. SHUMWAY, 25 Bellevue Avenue, Melrose President 

S. E. JORDAN, 970 Eastern Avenue, Maiden Vice -President 

JOHN LIGHT, 22 Rowe Street, Melrose Secretary 

A. F. KIMBALL, 28 Beverly Street, Melrose Treasurer 

NEWTON HIGHLANDS 

CURRY, ARTHUR MANSFIELD,* violinist ; teacher of violin and composi- 
tion ; composer for orchestra : "Atala," "Blomidon" ; for chorus and orchestra : 
"The Winning of Amarac"; songs and part-songs; Mrs. Arthur Mansfield 
Curry (Gertrude M. Meacham) ; Res. Newton Highlands. 

NORTHAMPTON 

ALMSTED, PROFESSOR ROBERT E. S., professor of vocal music Smith 
College ; address, Smith College. 

DALE, MISS ESTHER, instructor in vocal music Smith College; concert 
soprano; oratorio; soloist South Congregational Church, Springfield, Mass.; 
address, Smith College. 

GOODE, MISS BLANCHE, concert pianist; instructor in pianoforte Smith 
College ; address, Smith College. 

HOLMES, MISS REBECCA W., associate professor of music Smith College ; 
teacher of violin ; leader Smith College Orchestra ; address, Smith College. 

LOCKE, ARTHUR W., associate professor of music Smith College, teacher 
of pianoforte ; member Harvard Musical Association ; address, Smith College. 



MASSACHUSETTS 175 

MOOG, WILSON TOWNSEND,* concert organist; assistant professor of 
music Smith College; organist and musical director Edwards Congregational 
Church; Mrs. Wilson Townsend Moog (Helen C. Moody) ; Res. 87 Round 
Hill. 

SLEEPER, PROFESSOR HENRY DIKE,* head Department of Music 
Smith College ; fellow American Guild of Organists ; member Harvard Musi- 
cal Association ; address, Smith College. 

VIEH, GEORGE CLIFFORD,* concert pianist; professor of music Smith 
College; teacher of piano; composer, works for piano, songs; Res. Smith 
College ; summer address, Great Diamond Island, Portland, Maine. 

WELCH, RAY DICKINSON, associate professor of music Smith College ; 
pianist ; teacher of piano and theory ; organist and choirmaster First Congre- 
gational Church; Mrs. Ray Dickinson Welch (Mildred Scott) ; Res. 61 New 
South Street. 

PITTSFIELD 

WOMAN'S ORCHESTRAL CLUB 

MRS. CORA D. COLBURN, Musical Director 
150 North Street 

MRS. CORA D. COLBURN, 150 North Street President 

Miss MARGARET McCANN, 360 South Street Vice-President 

Miss BERTHA GRUNOW, 790 North Street Secretary and Treasurer 

BUTCHER, FRANK C.,* organist and choirmaster St. Stephen's Church; 
teacher of organ, piano, singing and harmony; formerly chorister and as- 
sistant organist Canterbury Cathedral, England ; composer, church music, organ 
and piano works, songs, etc. ; address, St. Stephen's Church. 

COLBURN, MRS. CORA D.,* president Woman's Orchestral Club ; teacher 
of piano; organist Unity Church; Res. 150 North Street. 

COOLIDGE, MRS. F. S., founder and patron of the Berkshire String Quartet; 
Res. West Street. 

SALEM 

SALEM ORATORIO SOCIETY 

FREDERICK CATE, Musical Director 
34 Dearborn Street 

GEORGE FRANCIS Dow, 132 Essex Street President 

WILLIAM M. JELLY, 16 Beckford Street Vice-President 

KATHERINE M. GRAY, 13 Mall Street Secretary 

GEORGE FRANCIS Dow, 132 Essex Street Treasurer 



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SPRINGFIELD 

SPRINGFIELD MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

JOHN J. BISHOP, Musical Director 
476 Main Street 

GEORGE B. HOLBROOK, 130 Maple Street President 

G. FRANK ADAMS, 480 Main Street Vice-President 

WILLIAM C. TAYLOR, 168 Bridge Street Secretary 

GEORGE R. BOND, 26 Mulberry Street Treasurer 

FRED L. WARD, City Hall Librarian 



FEDERATED MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

R. H. HEUSSLER, Buffalo, New York President 

P. C. LUTKIN, Evanston, Illinois V ice-President 

WILLIAM C. TAYLOR Secretary and Treasurer 

Directors 

HOLLIS DANN, Ithaca, New York 
W. P. HITCHCOCK, Syracuse, New York 



ORPHEUS CLUB 

JOHN J. BISHOP, Musical Director 
476 Main Street 

JOHN F. AHERN, 17 Warren Terrace President 

GEORGE R. BOND, 26 Mulberry Street V ice-President 

WILLIAM C. TAYLOR, 168 Bridge Street Secretary 

H. R. BRIDGEMAN, Union Trust Company Treasurer 

PROSPER DUFRESNE Librarian 



TUESDAY MORNING MUSIC CLUB 

Miss MARY K. ALLEN, Longmeadow President 

Miss ROSE GREENLEAF, 147 Summer Avenue, Springfield Vice-President 

MRS. F. M. TOWNE, 43 Westford Avenue Secretary 

EMMA H. ETMAN, 143 Belmont Avenue Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. H. A. KING, 123 Massachusetts Avenue Treasurer 

Miss CAROLINE T. PUFFER, 

145 Dartmouth Terrace Chairman of Program Committee 



MASSACHUSETTS 177 

AHERN, JOHN F., director of music Public Schools of Springfield; presi- 
dent Orpheus Club of Springfield; solo bass; teacher of singing; member 
board of governors Springfield Music Festival Association; Mrs. John F. 
Ahern (Fanny Moseley Tolles) ; Res. Longmeadow, Mass.; summer home, 
The Ledges, Fortune's Rocks, Biddeford, Maine. 

BAGG, AMY U. (Mrs. Ernest Newton Bagg), soprano; organist; pianist; 
teacher of singing and piano ; accompanist ; lecture-recitals ; author on 
musical and other subjects; president Hampden County Progressive 
Women's Club; Res. 278 Riverdale, West Springfield. 

BISHOP, JOHN P., organist and pianist; teacher of organ, piano and com- 
position ; composer ; conductor Springfield Music Festival Association and 
Orpheus Club, Springfield; Res. 68 Florida Street; summer home, Nan- 
tucket. 

JANSER, EMIL K., teacher of violin, piano and harmony ; composer songs, 
"Evening Song," "Four by the Clock," "I Doubt It"; conductor Spring- 
field Symphony Orchestra; manager Janser String Quartet; Res. 317 
Main Street. 

ROBBIE, KENNETH, manager Y. M. C. A. Course of Artists' Concerts; 
address, Y. M. C. A. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM C.,* secretary and manager Springfield Musical Bu- 
reau; address, 168 Bridge Street. 

WESTFIELD 

HAWLEY, EDWARD R., organist; chorus director; supervisor of music 
Public Schools and State Normal School; instructor (summer months) 
Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N. Y. ; address, Westfield. 

WESTWOOD 

CONVERSE, FREDERICK SHEPARD, composer "The Pipe of Desire" 
(opera performed at Metropolitan Opera House, 1911), "Job" (oratorio), 
"Festival of Pan," "Night and Day," "The Mystic Trumpeter," sonatas 
and suites for piano, songs, etc. ; principal orchestral works performed by 
Boston Symphony and other orchestras ; Mrs. Frederick Shepard Converse 
(Emma Cecil Tudor). 

WILLIAMSTOWN 

SALTER, MARY E. TURNER (Mrs. Sumner Salter), composer over 100 
songs, including "Cry of Rachel," "The Pine Tree"; also song cycles, 
"Love's Epitome," "Night in Naisapur," "Sappho Lyrics" ; concert singer, 
oratorio; pupil of late Ermina Rudersdorf; formerly teacher of singing at 
Wellesley College (1879-81) ; Res. 135 Main Street. 



178 MASSACHUSETTS 

SALTER, SUMNER, director of music Williams College ; concert organist ; 
teacher of organ, piano, singing and theory; organist Thompson Memorial 
Chapel and Mendelssohn Choir; formerly editor The Pianist and Organist; 
composer songs, sacred and secular ; part-songs for mixed, male and 
women's voices; anthems, etc.; author "Early Organs in America"; miscel- 
laneous essays ; Mrs. Sumner Salter (Mary E. Turner) ; Res. 135 Main 
Street. 

WESTON, KARL E., manager Thompson Course of artists' concerts at 
Williams College ; lecturer ; address, Williams College. 

WORCESTER 

WORCESTER COUNTY MUSICAL ASSOCIATION 

DR. ARTHUR MEES, Musical Director 
80 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York City 

ARTHUR J. BASSETT, Ripley Street President 

J. VERNON BUTLER, 10 Charlotte Street Vice-President 

H. R. SINCLAIR, 9 Moreland Street Secretary 

GEORGE R. BLISS, 12 Shattuck Street Treasurer 



MICHIGAN 

ALMA 

VEATCH, REESE FARRINGTON, baritone; teacher of singing; director 
department of music Alma College ; choirmaster First Presbyterian Church ; 
Mrs. Reese Farrington Veatch (Maude Marks) ; address, Alma College. 



ANN ARBOR 

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY 
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Musical Director 

FRANCIS W. KELSEY President 

HARRY B. HUTCHINS Vice-President 

D. W. SPRINGER Secretary 

LEVI D. WINES Treasurer 

Board of Directors 

G. FRANK ALLMENDINGER SHIRLEY W. SMITH 

OTTMAR EBERBACH WILLIAM C. STEVENS 

HORACE G. PRETTYMAN VICTOR C. VAUGHAN 

JAMES H. WADE 
CHARLES A. SINK, Business Manager 

BACHER, BYRL FOX, concert soprano ; dean of Women's University School 
of Music ; instructor in theory ; address, University School of Music. 

HARRISON, THEODORE, concert baritone; head of vocal department 
University School of Music ; director University of Michigan Glee Club ; 
address, University School of Music. 

HUNT, MISS NORA CRANE, concert contralto ; director Girls' Glee Club 
University of Michigan ; instructor in voice University School of Music ; 
address, University School of Music. 

LOCKWOOD, ALBERT, concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; head of piano de- 
partment University School of Music ; address, University School of Music. 

1 LOCKWOOD, SAMUEL PIERSON, M.A., concert violinist; head of violin 
department University School of Music ; conductor University Symphony 
Orchestra ; Mrs. Samuel Pierson Lockwood (Angelina Normand-Smith) ; 
address, University School of Music; summer address, Kenne Valley, 
New York. 

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MOORE, EARL VINCENT, M.A., concert organist; head organ and 
theory departments University School of Music; official organist Univer- 
sity of Michigan; instructor in theory University of Michigan; address, 
University School of Music. 

POTTER, MISS FLORENCE B., head department of public school music 
University School of Music ; supervisor of music Ann Arbor public schools ; 
address, University School of Music. 

SINK, CHARLES A., A.B.,* business manager University Musical Society, 
comprising the University School of Music and the Choral Union and 
May Festival Concert Series ; Mrs. Charles A. Sink (Mabelle Robbins) ; 
address, University School of Music. 

'-STANLEY, ALBERT A., Mus. Doc., musical director University School 
of Music ; conductor University Choral Union ; professor of music Uni- 
versity of Michigan; composer "The Soul's Awakening" (symphony), 
Chorus Triumphalis," "Attis" (symphonic poem), "Psalm of Victory," 
"Laus Deo"; permanent address, University School of Music. 

WESTERMAN, KENNETH N., A.B., concert tenor; instructor University 
School of Music; assistant conductor University Choral Union; manager 
University of Michigan Quartet ; address, University School of Music. 

WILSON, WILFRED, head wind instrument department University School 
of Music; director University of Michigan Band; address, University 
School of Music. 



DETROIT 

DETROIT ORCHESTRAL ASSOCIATION 

N. J. COREY, Musical Director 
38 Woodward Terrace 

WILLIAM H. MURPHY, 2248 Penobscot Building President 

CAPT. F. M. ALGER, 2039 Penobscot Building V ice-President 

N. J. COREY, 38 Woodward Terrace Secretary 

CHARLES MOORE, Detroit Museum of Art Treasurer 



MICHIGAN 181 



DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

WESTON GALES, Conductor 
347 John R. Street 

OTTO KIRCHNER, 1717 Jefferson Avenue President 

SIDNEY T. MILLER, 524 Jefferson Avenue First V ice-President 

Miss FRANCES W. SIBLEY, 410 Jefferson Avenue Second Vice-President 

PAUL R. GRAY, 336 Seminole Avenue Treasurer 

CHARLES F. BROWN, 905 Kresge Building Manager 



ORPHEUS CLUB 

CHARLES FREDERICK MORSE, Musical Director 
67 Davenport Street 

JOSEPH N. KROLIK, 975 Second Avenue President 

HARVEY M. MERKER, 407 Virginia Park Vice-President 

DR. E. B. SPALDING, 803 Gas Building Secretary 

FLOYD A. CAMPBELL, care Packard Motor Car Company Treasurer 



TUESDAY MUSICALE 

Miss FRANCES W. SIBLEY, 410 Jefferson Avenue President 

MRS. LOUISE ANSWORTH CRAGG, 65 Forest Avenue E Vice-President 

MRS. GEORGE PERRY PALMER, 46 Seward Avenue Secretary 

MRS. LELAND B. CASE, 155 Boston Boulevard Treasurer 

BOILLOTAT, HARRY NELSON, pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano 
and organ; composer of Cycle for mixed quartet; address, 213 Woodward 
Avenue. 

BROWN, CHARLES F., manager Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Res. 347 
John R. Street. 

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182 MICHIGAN 



BURROWES, MISS KATHARINE, pianist; gives normal lessons in Bur- 
rowes Course of Music Study; author Burrowes Course of Music Study; 
"Tales of the Great Composers," "Musical Puzzle Stories"; composer pieces 
for Small Hands, Playtime Pieces; Forty Ready Studies for piano; director 
Burrowes Course of Music Study ; Res. 246 Highland Avenue, H. P. 

CHRISTIE, MRS. MARY HUTTON, organist Central Christian Church; 
pianist; teacher of organ and piano; member faculty Detroit Institute of 
Musical Art ; Res. Bratshaw Apartments, 199 John R. Street. 

COREY, NEWTON J.,* manager and secretary Detroit Orchestral Associa- 
tion (bringing Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia Symphony Orchestras to 
Detroit); concert organist; musical editor Detroit Saturday Night; organist 
and choirmaster Fort Street Presbyterian Church; pianist; lecturer; Res. 38 
Woodward Terrace. 

DEVOE, JAMES E.,* director Philharmonic Courses in Detroit and Toledo 
(Ohio) ; manager of Detroit concerts by famous artists; address, 933 Dime 
Bank Building ; summer address, Westerville, New York. 

GANAPOL, BORIS L., baritone; teacher of singing; director Ganapol School 
of Musical Art; Mrs. Boris L. Ganapol (Lilla Grace Smart), pianist; teacher 
of piano ; Res. 97 Erskine Street. 

HARRAH, MISS ALICE MAY,* concert dramatic soprano; repertoire in 
six languages ; teacher of singing ; author 16 Vocal Exercises and 24 Vocal 
Exercises with piano accompaniments; head of vocal department American 
College of Music, Toledo, Ohio; Res. 213 Woodward Avenue. 

MACFARLANE, HARRIET STORY (Mrs. J. F. Maurice Macfarlane), 
mezzo contralto ; Res. The Addison, Woodward and Charlotte Avenues. 

MOORE, JASON, organist and choirmaster First Universalist Church ; 
teacher of organ and singing; Res. 825 Cass Avenue. 

MOORE, ROBERT H., organist; teacher of organ, piano and singing; 
organist and choirmaster St. Joseph's Episcopal Church ; composer church 
music; Mrs. Robert H. Moore (Ella S. Main) ; Res. 103 Owen Avenue. 

MORSE, CHARLES FREDERIC,* teacher of piano and organ; accom- 
panist ; secretary and treasurer Detroit Institute of Musical Art ; organist St. 
Paul's (Episcopal) Cathedral of Detroit; director Lenton Morning Musicales 
Hotel Ponchartrain ; conductor Orpheus Club and Madrigal Club (Detroit) ; 
Res. 67 Davenport Street ; summer address, Harbor Springs, Mich. 

SLADE, SAMUEL I., concert basso; teacher of singing; Mrs. Samuel I. 
Slade (Katherine Buel) ; Res. 2989 E. Grand Boulevard. 



MICHIGAN 183 



STODDARD, MISS JENNIE M. ( * contralto soloist; lecture-recitals; teacher 
of singing ; director Chaminade Quartet ; choir director St. Matthais P. E. 
Church ; Detroit correspondent Musical Courier; studio, 213 Woodward Ave- 
nue ; Res. 65 Stanton Avenue. 

TYLER, ABRAM RAY,* concert organist; composer Service for Sabbath 
Morning in the Synagogue ; anthens, songs ; contributor to The Musician 
(Boston) ; organist Temple Beth-El; dean Michigan Chapter American Guild 
of Organists; Mrs. Abram Ray Tyler (Jeannette Ward Kimball) ; address, 
901 Chamber of Commerce. 

WILLIAMS, GUY BEVIER, concert pianist; president and head of piano 
department Detroit Institute of Musical Art ; artist classes ; composer Sonata 
for Violin and Piano, pieces for piano; songs; "La Princesse Lointain" (reci- 
tation with music) ; Mrs. Guy Bevier Williams (Bessie A. Kellogg), concert 
soprano, soloist Fort Street Presbyterian Church ; teacher of singing ; Res. 
120 Leicester Court. 

WUERTH, CHARLES L., concert organist ; pianist ; coach ; teacher of organ, 
piano, harmony and singing ; composer songs ; director Wuerth Music Studios, 
80 Washington Avenue ; organist and choirmaster North Woodward M. E. 
Church ; organist Alhambra Theater ; Res. 99 Alfred Street. 

YORK, FRANCIS L., concert organist ; teacher of piano, organ and theory ; 
author "Harmony Simplified," "Counterpoint Simplified" ; organist and choir- 
master Central M. E. Church; Mrs. Francis L. York (Mary O. Albright) ; 
Res. 235 Hancock Avenue ; summer address, Royal Oak, Mich. 



GRAND RAPIDS 

SAINT CECILIA SOCIETY 

MRS. WILLIAM S. ROWE, 119 Prospect Avenue, N. E President 

MRS. CHARLOTTE S. HUGHES, 20 College Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. N. E. DEGEN, 1075 Lake Drive S. E Secretary 

Miss BERTHA KUTSCHE, 223 Sumner Avenue, N. W Treasurer 

COLWELL, C. N., pianist ; organist ; composer "L'Imperatrice" (concert 
polka), Valse Impromptu ; songs : "Night of Music," "A Bird at Sunset," "The 
Swallow" ; for 30 years organist and choirmaster Park Congregational Church 
of Grand Rapids; Mrs. C. N. Colwell (Luna E. Gilbert) ; Res. 206 Monroe 
Avenue ; summer address, 403 Kalamazoo Avenue, Marshall, Mich. 

DAVIS, CLARA H. (Mrs. Frank M. Davis),* teacher of singing ; ex-president 
Saint Cecilia Society; studio, 19 North Lafayette Avenue; Res. Oakland 
Avenue. 



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FENTON, GRACE DUDLEY (Mrs. William Johnston Fenton), soprano; 
teacher of singing; Res. 19 Lafayette Avenue, S. E. 

KORTLANDER, MISS MARGUERITE, pianist; teacher of piano, theory 
and musical appreciation ; piano technic based on principles of Leschetizky and 
A. K. Virgil ; studios, 19 N. Lafayette Avenue. 

MALEK, OTTOKAR, founder of the Malek Piano School of Music; Res. 
200 N. Lafayette Avenue. 

ROUSE, MISS ROSAMOND, prominent in musical activities ; has engaged 
many prominent artists in Grand Rapids concerts ; Res. 26 Union Avenue. 

WITTER, MRS. ISAAC P., organist ; pianist ; manager Artists' Course ; ad- 
dress, Grand Rapids. 

HILLSDALE 

ANDERSON, MISS L. LUELLA, organist and choir director First M. E. 
Church ; teacher of piano, organ and harmony ; Res. 104 Hillsdale Street. 

HUDSON 

KELLY, MISS ELEANOR, director of music in public schools; address, 
Hudson. 

JACKSON 

MAC DOWELL CLUB 

MRS. C. C. McMiCHAELS, 205 South Blackstone Street President 

LANSING 

MATINEE MUSICALE 

MRS. KATE M. KEDZIE, Musical Director 

420 Ottawa Street W. 

MRS. ROY MOORE, Michigan Avenue, W President 

Miss MABEL FERRY, Washington Avenue S Vice-President 

MRS. G. F. BAUCH, Allegan Street W Secretary 

MRS. ROBERT DUNKIN, Larch Street N Treasurer 

BERRIDGE, MISS F. ADELAIDE, pianist; teacher of piano and singing; 
choir director Franklin Avenue Presbyterian Church; Res. 312 N. Capital 
Avenue. 



MICHIGAN 185 



KEDZIE, KATE MARVIN (Mrs. F. S. Kedzie), pianist; teacher of piano; 
Res. 420 Ottawa Street, W. 

NILES 

MUSIC CLUB 
Miss HAZEL MCCAUDLESS. President 

SAGINAW 

EUTERPEAN CLUB 

J. G. CUMMINGS, Musical Director 

400 S. Washington Avenue 

Miss WINNIFRED SMITH, 316 S. Michigan Avenue President 

MRS. J. M. MORLEY, 331 N. Warren Avenue V ice-President 

Miss Lou FLORENCE OLP, 905 Holland Avenue Secretary 

MRS. J. H. EARLE, 524 S. Weadock Avenue Treasurer 

CUMMINGS, J. G., teacher of piano and organ ; director Saginaw Conserva- 
tory of Music ; organist Jefferson Avenue M. E. Church ; Res. 400 S. Wash- 
ington Avenue. 

HUMPHREYS, MRS. WATTS S.,* singer; prominent in musical activities; 
Res. 945 Genesee Avenue. 

LASH, SYLVIA BITTERMAN (Mrs. Frank S. Lash),* pianist; accom- 
panist; teacher of piano; member Euterpean Club and Michigan Music 
Teachers' Association; Res. 112 S. Fourth Avenue. 

OLP, MISS LOU FLORENCE,* pianist and organist ; address, 905 Holland 
Avenue. 

SAND, OTTO, violin virtuoso ; formerly with Berlin Philharmonic Orches- 
tra; teacher of violin; Res. Lapeer Street. 

YPSILANTI 

ALEXANDER, FREDERICK, musical director Normal College Choir C?00 
voices) ; address, Michigan State Normal College. 

SHELBY 

MUSICAL CLUB 

F. L. MEYERS President 

H. M. ELLIOTT Secretary 



MINNESOTA 

BRAINERD 

WOMAN'S CLUB 

MRS. B. J. BROADY, 423 Holly Street President Music Department 

DULUTH 

MATINEE MUSICALE 

MRS. J. N. McKiNDLEY, 1024 E. First Street President 

MRS. E. D. EDSON, 2109 E. Fourth Street V ice-President 

MRS. J. C. CURRIE, 1606 E. Superior Street Secretary 

MRS. A. L. MCDONALD, 1910 Jefferson Street Corresponding Secretary 

Miss BERENICE CROWLEY, 606 W. Second Street Treasurer 

FLAATEN, ALPHIN, 'cellist Lyceum Theatre ; teacher of 'cello; Mrs. Alphin 
Flaaten (Donna Riblette), principal vocal department Flaaten Conservatory 
of Music ; soprano ; soloist First Church of Christ Scientist ; address, Flaaten 
Conservatory of Music. 

FLAATEN, GUSTAV,* director Flaaten Conservatory of Music; violinist; 
teacher of violin ; musical director Superior Apollo Club ; Mrs. Gustav Flaaten 
(Olga H. Sawitzky) ; Res. 1906 E. Fifth Street. 

FLAATEN, JENS, conductor Normanna Singing Society (men) ; teacher of 
violin ; address, Flaaten Conservatory of Music. 

' MORTON, R. BUCHANAN, concert pianist ; organist and choirmaster Glen 
Avon Presbyterian Church; teacher of singing, piano and organ; conductor 
Glen Huntwood Male Chorus and Duluth Choral Society ; Mrs. R. Buchanan 
Morton (Alice Myra Scroggie) ; address, 12^ Edison Building. 

FARIBAULT 

ERWIN, SISTER M., director of music Bethlehem Academy. Address, The 
Academy, Faribault, Minn. 

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FERGUS FALLS 

SCHUMANN CLUB 

MRS. J. L. TOWNLEY President 

MRS. E. SOLEM First Vice-President 

MRS. F. TAYLOR Second Vice-President 

Miss FLORENCE CARLSON Secretary 

Miss AGNES HATCH Treasurer 

LITCHFIELD 

MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. PETER RODANGE President 

MRS. A. HILGESON V ice-President 

Miss MARION TAYLOR. Secretary and Treasurer 

LITTLE FALLS 

MUSICAL ART CLUB 
MRS. A. H. VERNON President 

MINNEAPOLIS 

ORCHESTRAL ASSOCIATION OF MINNEAPOLIS 

(The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra) 

EMIL OBERHOFFER, Musical Director 

405 Auditorium Building 

E. L. CARPENTER, First National-Soo Line Building President 

E. J. PHELPS, 510 McKnight Building Vice-President 

CHARLES N. CHADBOURN, 825 Palace Building Secretary and Treasurer 

WENDELL HEIGHTON, 405 Auditorium Building Manager 



188 MINNESOTA 



APOLLO CLUB 

H. S. WOODRUFF, Musical Director 
Metropolitan Music Building 

E. J. CARPENTER, McKnight Boulevard President 

C. A. BUHOLZ, 25th and Lake Isles Boulevard V ice-President 

G. B. EUSTIS, 524 Nicollet Avenue Secretary 

I. D. COOPER, 628 E. Franklin Avenue Treasurer 



PHILHARMONIC CLUB 

J. AUSTIN WILLIAMS, Musical Director 
123 W. Thirty-sixth Street 

C. ELLIS FISHER, 2019 Kenwood Parkway President 

W. F. FRUEN, 816 Elwood Avenue Vice-President 

TRAFFORD JAYNE, 2012 Beard Avenue S Secretary and Treasurer 



THURSDAY MUSICAL 

MRS. WEED MUNRO, 1608 W. 25th Street President 

MRS. C. W. GARDNER, 1900 Dupont Avenue S Vice-President 

MRS. H. S. GODFREY, 1766 Girard Avenue S Secretary 

Miss EDWINA WAINMAN, Leamington Hotel Treasurer 

AVERY, STANLEY R., concert organist; accompanist; teacher of organ, 
piano and composition; composer "Song of the Timber Trail"; other songs, 
"I Saw the Moon," "There's a Sunny Path," "The Shepherdess," "Love My 
Mary," "When Hazel Comes," "Eskimo Love Song"; church compositions, 
including "Magnificat" and "Nunc Dimittis" in D Flat; member of faculty 
Northwestern Conservatory of Music; organist and choirmaster St. Mark's 
Church; Mrs. Stanley R. Avery (Elizabeth Bruchholz) ; Res. 435 Ridgewood 
Avenue. 

BENCHELEY, MARIE B.,* author Bencheley Method of Voice Develop- 
ment ; teacher of singing ; Res. 1 107 Harmon Place. 



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BENDEKE, MISS FRANCESCA,* teacher of violin, viola, orchestra and 
chamber music; formerly music critic The Strand (London, England) ; studio, 
Handicraft Guild, 89 S. Tenth Street ; Res. care Mrs. Ueland, Calhoun Boule- 
vard. 

BIBB, KATHLEEN HART (Mrs. Eugene S. Bibb), concert soprano; soloist 
Church of the Redeemer; teacher of singing; address, 1200 W. Franklin 
Avenue. 

BLISS, JAMES A., concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer two sonatas 
for piano, C Major and C Minor; Mrs. James A. Bliss (Carrie M. Zumbach) ; 
pianist ; accompanist ; studio, 49 S. Eighth Street. 

CALZIN, ALFRED, concert pianist; teacher of piano; director and head of 
piano department, Northwestern School of Music; composer piano works, 
arrangements for piano and orchestra, Schytt's Concerto, Op. 28, Zarzycki's 
Concerto, Op. 17; also arrangements of Zichy's Valse de Concert (for left 
hand), Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 9, Schloozer's Etude, Op. 1, No. 1; 
contributed articles to Western Musical Herald; address, Stanley Hall, 2122 
Pleasant Avenue. 

CAMPBELL, CLEMENT, organist Westminster Church; baritone; teacher 
of singing, organ and piano; studio, 410 Metropolitan Music Building; Res. 
900 W. Twenty-second Street. 

DAUGHERTY, MISS MARGARET, pianist; certified pupil of Moszkowski 
and Friedheim; head of theory department Northwestern Conservatory of 
Music ; teacher of piano and theory ; lecture-recitals ; Res. 1307 Yale Place. 

ENDER, EDMUND SERENO, concert organist; teacher of singing; organist 
and choirmaster Gethsemane Church; organist Jewish Reform Synagogue; 
official organist for Apollo Club ; head organ department Northwestern Insti- 
tute of Musical Art ; address, 901 Fourth Avenue, S. 

EVERS, MISS OLIVE ADELE, owner and manager Northwestern Con- 
servatory of music, Art and Expression ; president Northwestern Conservatory, 
Inc. ; Res. Stanley Hall, 2122 Pleasant Avenue. 

FABBRINI, GIUSEPPE, concert pianist ; composer Concertstiick (for piano 
and orchestra) ; chamber music, songs; head of piano department Minneapolis 
School of Music; Res. 42 S. Eighth Street. 

FARNAM, MISS FLORENCE E.,* vocalist; instructor; originator of the 
Farnam Method of Voice Building, taught in many parts of the United States 
by specially prepared teachers ; Res. 820^ Nicollet Avenue. 

FRYBERGER, MRS. AGNES MOORE, special teacher of music Minne- 
apolis Public Schools; head music department Minneapolis School of Music 
and Dramatic Art; lecturer; author text book "Music Appreciation Graded 
for Public Schools" ; Res. 1939 Bryant Avenue, S. 



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FULLERTON, ROBERT, concert tenor; director Voice Department North- 
western Conservatory of Music ; teacher of singing ; director Choral Club of 
Stanley Hall; Mrs. Robert Fullerton (Ella Waters); Res. 1808 Stevens 
Avenue, S. 

HEIGHTON, WENDELL,* manager Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; 
Mrs. Wendell Heighten (Mary C. Swan) ; Res. 1934 Aldrich Avenue, S. 

HOEVEL, HEINRICH, concert violinist; teacher of violin; formerly as- 
sistant concertmeister Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra ; musical director 
Amateur Symphony Orchestra ; principal violin department MacAlester Col- 
lege ; president Klang Club and Minnesota State Music Teachers' Association ; 
author "Bach's Violin Music," "The Cremona Violin," etc.; Res. Hotel 
Waverly. 

HUGHES, MISS ANNE, concert contralto; teacher of singing; president 
Thursday Musical (1913-1915) ; head of public school music department 
Northwestern Conservatory of Music; studio, 806 Nicollet Avenue; Res. 1307 
Yale Place. 

JOHNSON, GUSTAVUS, director Johnson School of Music ; pianist ; teacher 
of piano; composer works for piano; studio, 70 S. Eleventh Street; Mrs. Gus- 
tavus Johnson (Caroline F. Winslow) ; Res. 3324 Irving Avenue, S. 

LORENZO, LEONARDO DE, solo flutist Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra ; 
composer studies and works for flute; Mrs. Leonardo de Lorenzo (Maude 
Pauline Peterson), pianist; Res. 3417 Fifth Avenue, S. 

MERRIFIELD, ARABEL,* concert and operatic mezzo-soprano; artist pupil 
of Esther Osborn ; address, Handicraft Guild, 89 S. Tenth Street. 

NILSSON, DR. VICTOR,* music editor and music critic Minneapolis 
Journal; editor The Progress; author "Loddfafnismal," "Sweden" (in Col- 
lier's History of the Nations) ; permanent secretary Elite Chorus American 
Union of Swedish Singers ; secretary Wennerberg Memorial Association ; Res. 
551 Newton Avenue, N. 

OBERHOFFER, EMIL, conductor Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra since 
founded in 1903 ; permanent address, Minneapolis Auditorium. 

PATTON, WILLARD, founder and twice conductor Minneapolis Philhar- 
monic Club ; tenor ; teacher of singing ; for thirty years choir director in many 
churches; composer oratorio "Isaiah"; studio, 68 S. Eleventh Street; Mrs. 
Willard Patton (Alesta Virginia Hebbard) ; Res. 3236 Stevens Avenue. 

PECK, MRS. MARY W., teacher of piano, harmony and ear training; chil- 
dren's work a specialty; Res. 116. Oak Grove Street. 

PETERSON, F. E.,* director music department Minnesota College ; pianist ; 
organist ; teacher of piano, organ and theory ; Mrs. F. E. Peterson (Amanda 
Hult) ; Res, 1302 E. Eighteenth Street. 



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PETERSON, J. RUDOLPH, violinist; member Minneapolis Symphony Or- 
chestra; teacher of violin; Res. 2611 Lyndale Avenue, N. 

PHILLIPS, HARRY, director Macalester College Conservatory of Music 
(St. Paul) ; choirmaster Westminster Presbyterian Church; baritone; teacher 
of singing; Mrs. Harry Phillips (Florence Estus) ; Res. 3117 Humboldt Ave- 
nue, S. 

PORTEOUS, MADAME ALMA JOHNSON (Mrs. William N. Porteous),* 
concert contralto ; soloist Westminster Presbyterian Church ; teacher of sing- 
ing; Res. 2402 Nicollet Avenue. 

RHYS-HERBERT, WILLIAM, organist and musical director Church of the 
Redeemer ; teacher of singing, organ and theory ; composer cantatas "Beth- 
any," "Nazarene" and "Bethlehem"; operettas: "Sylvia," "Nautical Knot," 
"Bulbul," "Bos'n's Bride," etc.; studio, 302 Metropolitan Music Building; 
Res. 610 E. Sixteenth Street. 

SCOTT, CARLYLE, director department of music University of Minnesota ; 
pianist; teacher of piano and theory; Mrs. Carlyle Scott (Verna Golden) ; Res. 
3322 S. Lyndale Avenue. 

STORRS, CARYL B.,* music editor the Minneapolis Tribune; author "Nature's 
Press Agent" and "Visitin' 'Round in Minnesota"; address, The Tribune. 

TOWLER, EDWARD H., violinist ; teacher of violin, theory and history of 
music ; Res. 2932 S. Bryant Avenue. 

VLIET, CORNELIUS VAN,* concert 'cellist; formerly solo 'cellist Imperial 
Opera, Vienna ; Kaim Orchestra, Munich ; tours in Europe ; teacher of 'cello, 
ensemble playing; coach for concert and grand opera; Res. 2641 Girard 
Avenue, S. 

VOGELSANG, ARTHUR A., director Vogelsang School of Vocal Art ; tenor 
soloist; teacher of singing; conductor Masonic Male Chorus; studio, 49 S. 
Eighth Street; Mrs. Arthur A. Vogelsang (Helen Gray); Res. 316 Vine 
Place; summer address, Grand Haven, Michigan. 

WARREN, MINNETTE LAKE (Mrs. Edwin A. Warren), concert pianist; 
teacher of piano and harmony; lecture-recitals; author "Tragedy of Days," 
"The Soul's Desire" ; composer "Dreaming" (piano reverie) ; small pieces 
for piano; Minneapolis and St. Paul representative Musical Leader (Chicago) ; 
studio, 305 Schiffman Building. 

YOUNGDAHL, CARL R., concert pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano, 
organ and harmony; organist and choirmaster Judson Memorial Baptist 
Church; studio, 406 Metropolitan Music Building; Mrs. Carl R. Youngdahl 
(Hilma Croonquist) ; Res. 5409 Bryant Avenue, S. 



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MOORHEAD 

POWERS, J. HAROLD, director of music State Normal School; baritone; 
teacher of organ, piano and singing; Mrs. J. Harold Powers (Mary Brainard) ; 
Res. 429 Ninth Street, S. 

THORNTON, MISS AGNES, violinist; orchestra director; teacher of violin 
State Normal School, Moorhead ; summer address, New Bedford, Mass. 



NORTHFIELD 

STRONG, EDWARD, concert tenor ; oratorio ; formerly soloist Fifth Avenue 
Presbyterian Church, New York ; director Carleton Conservatory of Music ; 
Mrs. Edward Strong (Bessie B. Keith) ; address, Carleton Conservatory. 



SAINT PAUL 

CHORAL ART SOCIETY 

LEOPOLD G. BRUENNER, Musical Director 
809 Pittsburg Building 

CARL LARSEN, care Brown, Tracy and Sperry Company President 

MRS. J. J. GLEASON, 804 Laurel Avenue Secretary 

A. ]. MULLER, care Northern Express Company Treasurer 



SCHUBERT CLUB 

MRS. WARREN S. BRIGGS, 117 Mackubin Street President 

MRS. C. E. FURNESS, 265 S. Exchange Street First Vice-President 

MRS. C. L. HILTON, 903 Fairmont Avenue Second V ice-President 

Miss ELSIE M. SHAW, 402 E. Ninth Street Third Vice-President 

MRS. CHARLES A. GUYER, 676 Summit Avenue Recording Secretary 

MRS. HARRY LOOMIS, 1076 St. Clair Street Corresponding Secretary 

Miss CORNELIA LUSK, 557 Dayton Avenue Treasurer 



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MOZART CLUB 

LEOPOLD G. BRUENNER, Musical Director 
809 Pittsburg Building 

CHARLES BLOESER, 366 St. Clair Street President 

WILLIAM BAUMGARTNER, 327 S. Magnolia Street V ice-President 

OSCAR RUDNICK, 297 Bates Avenue Secretary 

WILLIAM CONRADI, 182 Iglehart Avenue Treasurer 



HOUSE OF HOPE CHORAL ASSOCIATION 

LEOPOLD G. BRUENNER, Musical Director 
809 Pittsburg Building 

REV. H. C. SWEARINGEN, 

Care House of Hope, Summit Avenue and Avon Street. .Honorary President 
JUNIUS KIRBY, care House of Hope, Summit Avenue and Avon Street. .President 

BASSINDALE, BLANCHE (Mrs. Lambert Bassindale),* concert Mezzo- 
soprano ; teacher of singing specialty voice placing ; studio, 406 Schiffman 
Building; Res. Aberdeen Hotel. 

BOARDMAN, MISS FRANCES CORNING,* music critic St. Paul Daily 
News; formerly music critic St. Paul Pioneer Press-Dispatch; Res. 1336 
River Boulevard. 

BRIGGS, MRS. WARREN S. (Florence L. Chase),* pianist; president Schu- 
bert Club; St. Paul and Minneapolis representative Musical America (New 
York) ; Res. 117 Mackubin Street. 

BRUENNER, LEOPOLD G.,* organist; musical director St. Paul Choral 
Art Society, Mozart Club of St. Paul, and Stillwater Choral Association; 
organist St. Luke's Catholic Church ; teacher of Gregorian Chant at St. Paul's 
Seminary; teacher of Applied Harmony and Musical History College of St. 
Catherine; composer mass in A minor, a number of songs, including "Eldo- 
rado," sung by Louise Homer, Cecil Fanning, etc. ; address 809 Pittsburgh 
Building. 

DE WOLF, JESSICA (Mrs. Daniel F. De Wolf),* concert soprano; soloist 
and choir director House of Hope Presbyterian Church; teacher of singing; 
Res. 654 Hague Avenue; summer home, Wolf Lodge, Minnetonka Beach, 
Minn. 



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FAIRCLOUGH, GEORGE H.,* concert organist; teacher of organ, piano 
and theory; composer "There is a Blessed Home" (sacred song), "Romance 
in G and Valse de Concert" (for piano), "Te Deum in A and Jubilate in A," 
other works for organ, piano and church services ; songs ; organist and choir- 
master P. E. Church of St. John the Evangelist, and The Temple ; sub-dean 
Minnesota Chapter American Guild of Organists; director piano and organ 
departments Macalester Conservatory of Music; Mrs. George H. Fairclough 
(Helen Maude Freeman); Res. 844 Fairmount Avenue; summer address, 
Russell Beach, Chicago Lake, Minn. 

HARTSINCK, MISS MARIE B., pianist; Res. 672 Summit Avenue. 

HEDMAN, MISS ETHEL LOUISE, concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
church organist ; address, 925 Park Avenue. 

HINDERER, JOHN G., pianist ; teacher of piano, harmony and composition ; 
composer (piano) "Durbar Pageant" (India Suite); preludes, variations, 
etc. ; author "A Scientific Aesthetic of Music" ; various articles on music ; 
studio, Schiffman Building; Res. 252 Virginia Avenue. 

JAEGER, JOHN A.,* tenor ; teacher of singing and piano ; director Vocal 
department Hamline University ; choirmaster Hamline M. E. Church and 
Merriam Park Presbyterian Church; studio, 501 Schiffman Building; Mrs. 
John A. Jaeger (Emma Dempster) ; Res. 1648 Blair Street. 

KAY, MISS EMILY GRACE, concert pianist; lecture recitals; teacher of 
piano and theory ; Res. 745 Fairmount Avenue. 

MURDOCK, EUGENE C.,* teacher of piano and theory ; composer songs ; 
Mrs. Eugene C. Murdock (Elizabeth Hutchinson) ; studio, 405 Schiffman 
Building; Res. 933 Laurel Avenue. 

PEASE, ROLLIN M.,* musical director Dayton Avenue Presbyterian Church 
and University of Minnesota School of Agriculture ; baritone soloist ; teacher 
of singing; Mrs. Rollin M. Pease (Lena Mason) ; Res. 210 S. Victoria Street. 

PETERSON, MISS ALMA,* concert and operatic soprano; soloist First 
M. E. Church and Mt. Zion Temple ; member Chicago Opera Company ; Res. 
1149 Selby Avenue. 

PIERCE, MISS ADELAIDE,* concert contralto; soloist Trinity Baptist 
Church (Minneapolis); teacher of singing; pupil of Florence E. Farnam; 
Res. 10 E. Summit Avenue. 



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ROSENTHAL, FRANCIS J.,* concert basso ; soloist House of Hope Church ; 
teacher of singing; Mrs. Francis J. Rosenthal (Adalia D. Avery) ; Res. 1990 
Dayton Avenue. 

SEMPER, MISS HELEN L., pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 224 Fuller 
Avenue; summer address, Lake Elmo, Minn. 

SNYDER, MRS. FREDERIC H.,* teacher of voice of the Vannini School of 
Singing ; Res. The Frederic Hotel ; summer address, The Crossroads. 

STEIN, EDMUND A.,* manager St. Paul concerts by Minneapolis Sym- 
phony Orchestra ; Mrs. Edmund A. Stein (Josephine Turner) ; Res. 2147 
Dayton Avenue. 

WEED, MISS MYRTLE, concert pianist; teacher of piano; instructor Mac- 
alester College, Conservatory of Music; organist First Church of Christ 
Scientist ; member American Guild of Organists ; studio, 802 Pittsburg Build- 
ing; Res. 695 Holley Avenue. 

WILLIAMS, MRS. KATE DOUSMAN, pianist; accompanist; teacher of 
piano; Res. 988 Hague Avenue. 



ST. PETER 

MUSIC CLUB 
Miss KATE FORBUSH President 

STAPLES 

MUSIC CLUB 
MRS. T. J. SHARKEY President 

WINONA 

SMITH, MISS CAROLINE, director of music Minnesota State Normal 
School. 



MISSISSIPPI 

JACKSON 

LORENZ, JESSIE SIMMS (Mrs. John Lorenz), concert and operatic dra- 
matic soprano ; teacher of singing; organist and choir director; Res. 508 Amite 
Street. 

MERIDIAN 

MATINEE MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. J. M. HARWELL, 3608 Eighth Street President 

MRS. E. H. HART, Ninth Street and Twenty-Eighth Avenue Vice-President 

Miss MABEL McCoRKLE, 714 Twenty-sixth Avenue Secretary 

Miss MARY Lou MOODY, 2125 Twenty-third Avenue Corresponding Secretary 

Miss HELEN CROOKS, 1006 Twentieth Avenue . .Treasurer 



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MISSOURI 

CARTHAGE 

POWERS, MARIAN WRIGHT* (Mrs. Everett Powers), concert coloratura 
soprano ; costume recitals ; oratorio ; Res. 804 Grant Street. 



COLUMBIA 

HUSBAND, MISS AGNES, head vocal department Stephens College; 
soprano soloist ; address, 301 College Avenue. 



FULTON 

HAMILTON, ANNA HEUERMANN (Mrs. G. Wilson Hamilton), teacher 
of harmony and piano; author "The Art of Hymn-Tune Playing," "First 
Piano Lessons at Home, for Youngest Beginners" ; address, Fulton. 



JEFFERSON CITY 

MORNING MUSICAL CLUB 
MRS. W. A. DALLMEYER, 600 E. Main Street President 

JOPLIN 

FORTNIGHTLY MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. GEORGE WINTERS, 429 N. Wall Street President 

KANSAS CITY 

MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. RAYMOND HAVENS, Forty-fifth and Holmes Street President 

MRS. JOSEPH W. EASLEY, 3941 Wyoming Street Vice -President 

MRS. GRACE L. BRISBANE, Studio Building Vice-President 

Miss MADELINE BOSTIAN, Independence, Mo Secretary 

MRS. P. K. DILLENBECK, 4108 Warwick Boulevard Treasurer 

BRISBANE, MRS. GRACE L., contralto; teacher of piano, singing and 
harmony ; director Grace Brisbane School of Music ; second vice-president 
Kansas City Musical Club ; address, 403 Studio Building. 

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BROOKFIELD, ELIZABETH BLISH* (Mrs. Arthur Button Brookfield), 
concert contralto; oratorio and festival engagements; soloist Third Church 
of Christ Scientist ; teacher of voice ; former president Kansas City Musical 
Club; Res. 524 Pierce Street. 

BUSCH, CARL, conductor Kansas City Symphony Orchestra ; composer 
cantatas: "King Olaf," "The Four Winds," "American Flag"; orchestral 
works, Indian Scores, songs, etc. ; address, 305 Studio Building. 

CEASE, CHARLES H.,* concert baritone ; special engagement at Temple 
Bnai Jehudah ; teacher of singing ; vocal coach ; director Studios of Vocal 
Art and Music ; choirmaster Linwood Presbyterian Church ; correspondent 
Musical Leader (Chicago) ; address, 503 Studio Building. 

FRITSCHY, WALTER A., concert manager; head of Fritschy Concert 
Direction Company ; address, 409 Gordon Koppel Building. 

GLASSCO, HIRAM BRUCE, managing editor The Clef; address, 1009 Grand 
Avenue. 

GROSCH, DAVID, School for Singers; baritone soloist; Res. 4001 Euclid 
Avenue. 

HUNT, FRANKLIN, teacher of singing; address, 308 Studio Building. 
KING, RUDOLPH, pianist; teacher of piano; address, 521 Studio Building. 

LULL, MRS. LAURA VALWORTH,* editor, owner and publisher The 
Clef; teacher of singing; manager Western Musical Bureau; address, 1009 
Grand Avenue. 

MITCHELL, MISS MYRTLE IRENE, manager musical artists and concert 
tours; address, 104 W. Armour Boulevard. 

PAGE, RALPH, concert baritone ; teacher of singing ; choirmaster Taber- 
nacle Baptist Church; studio, 1118 McGee Street; Res. 3605 Tracy Avenue. 

PROSSER, MISS MADELINE B., concert pianist; pupil of Leschetizky; 
teacher of piano ; studio, Elsmere Hotel. 

RITTMEISTER, HEINRICH,* concert violinist; first violin Rittmeister 
String Quartet; concertmeister Kansas City Symphony Orchestra; teacher 
of violin; Mrs. Heinrich Rittmeister (Carrie Preston) ; Res. 3501 The Pasco. 

ROBBINS, LAWRENCE W., concert organist; organist Second Church of 
Christ Scientist; president Kansas City Association of Organists; pianist; 
teacher of piano, organ, harmony and counterpoint; Mrs. Lawrence W. 
Robbins (Helen E. Glascock) ; Res. 112 N. Bales Avenue. 

SCHUTZ, MRS. JENNIE, teacher of singing; coach; address, 620 Studio 
Building. 



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WEAVER, POWELL, concert organist ; teacher of organ ; organist Grand 
Avenue Temple; address, Grand Avenue Temple. 

WITTE, MR. and MRS. PARVIN, tenor and soprano; teachers of singing; 
address, 216 Studio Building. 



LEXINGTON 

CONRAD, DELANO FRANZ,* director Central College Conservatory of 
Music ; organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church of Lexington ; 
organist ; pianist ; instructor of organ and piano ; summer address, Warsaw, 
Ind. 

MARSHALL 

VAWTER, ARTHUR TIPTON, head violin department Missouri Valley 
College ; conductor Marshall Symphony Orchestra ; violinist ; teacher of violin ; 
address, Marshall. 

NEVADA 

FICHTEL, FREDERIC, director of music Cottey College Conservatory of 
Music ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; address, Nevada. 



SAINT JOSEPH 

FORTNIGHTLY MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. DONALD STEWART, Musical Director 
2117 Felix Street 

MRS. MILTON TOOTLE, JR., Eleventh and Charles Streets President 

MRS. FRED DERGE, 2625 Frederick Avenue V ice-President 

Miss GRACE SHANNON, 1515 S. Tenth Street Secretary 

MRS. J. T. TRENERY, 2416 Faraon Street Treasurer 

MRS. F. H. HILL, 306 S. Ninth Street Concert Manager 



ALLEN, MISS CHARLOTTE,* pianist; organist; accompanist; teacher of 
piano ; assistant organist First Presbyterian Church ; Res. 2810 Sherman 
Avenue. 



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SAINT LOUIS 

ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

MAX ZACH, Musical Director 

Jefferson Hotel 

JOHN FOWLER, 719 Chestnut Street President 

OLIVER F. RICHARDS, 900 Spruce Street Chairman of Executive Committee 

ARTHUR J. GAINES, 3680 Lafayette Avenue Secretary 



APOLLO CLUB OF ST. LOUIS 

CHARLES GALLOWAY, Musical Director 
3459 Halliday Avenue 

PHIL A. BECKER, 1 107 Washington Avenue .President 

J. B. COZZENS, Granite City, 111 First Vice-President 

CHARLES B. HARDIN, 3869 Park Avenue Second Vice-President 

C. W. HUGHES, 300 N. Broadway Secretary and Treasurer 



CHAMINADE CLUB 

LEO MILLER, Musical Director 

2257 Missouri Street 

S. CHARLES Hours, 444 Algonquin Place, Webster Groves, Mo.. . .President 
MRS. ORPHA KENERICK, Musical Art Building Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. HERMAN HOCH, 

435 Oakwood Avenue, Webster Groves, Mo Recording Secretary 

MRS. LEIGH TURNER, 526 Oakwood Avenue, Webster Groves, Mo Treasurer 

Miss ALICE PEPTINGILL, 

Musical Art Building, Boyle and Olive Streets Accompanist 



MORNING CHORAL 

*MRS. ARCHER O'REILLY, 6369 Berlin Avenue President 

MRS. H. BOONE, 5933 Gates Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. E. N. BIRGE, 4902 Labadie Avenue Corresponding Secretary 



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WOMAN'S CLUB 

MRS. KATE M. HOWARD, 4600 Lindell Boulevard President 

MRS. DANIEL C. NUGENT, 4600 Lindell Boulevard Vice-President 

Miss SOPHIE SLOAN, 4600 Lindell Boulevard Secretary 



WEDNESDAY CLUB 

MRS. W. W. BOYD, Taylor Street and Westminster Place President 

Miss MARIE GARESCHE, Taylor Street and Westminster Place. . . . Vice-President 

Miss GRACE SEMPLE, 

Taylor Street and Westminster Place Corresponding Secretary 



LIEDERKRANZ 

ERNST PRANG STAMM, Musical Director 
2700-08 S. Grand Avenue 

HENRY A. TRORLICHT, 2700-08 S. Grand Avenue President 

ERNST KIST, 2700-08 S. Grand Avenue Vice-President 

PHILIP SCHEUERMANN, 2700-08 S. Grand Avenue Secretary 

ALLEN, MISS CAROLYN A., concert organist ; organist and choir director 
West Presbyterian Church; registrar Missouri Chapter American Guild of 
Organists ; teacher of organ, harmony, sight singing and ear training ; Res. 
23 W. Lockvvood Avenue, Webster Groves, Mo. 

BACON, ALLAN, concert pianist ; teacher of piano and organ ; organist and 
choirmaster St. John's P. E. Church; Mrs. Allan Bacon (Beryl Huffmon) ; 
Res. 4181 Delmar Boulevard. 

CENTANINI, GIAN PLACIDO, composer "The Tiger Lily" (operetta), 
"The Fairy Forest" (musical play) "Morning Glory," "Hear My Cry, O 
Lord" (songs) ; Madame Gian Placido Centanini (Jane Noria) ; Res. 6185 
Kingsbury Boulevard ; European address, 40 Niel Avenue, Paris. 

COST, HERBERT WALTON, music critic ; St. Louis representative Musical 
America; formerly secretary Local Grand Opera Committee ; active in musi- 
cal affairs; address, Third National Bank Building; Res. 6026 Waterman 
Avenue. 



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CUENY, MISS ELIZABETH,* music critic ; arranges appearances of musical 
artists in concert; address, 311 N. Newstead Avenue. 

DAWLEY, MISS EULA, concert soprano ; pupil of D'Aubigne ; appearances 
with prominent musical societies; Res. 1716 Waverly Place. 

EDWARDS, MADAME ETTA* (Mrs. Thomas A. Edwards), teacher of 
singing ; Residence-studio, 4000 Delmar Boulevard ; summer address, Steinert 
Hall, Boston, Mass. 

GAINES, ARTHUR J., manager St. Louis Symphony Orchestra; Mrs. 
Arthur J. Gaines (Olive Sarah Charters) ; Res. 3680 Lafayette Avenue. 

GALLOWAY, CHARLES, concert organist; teacher of organ and theory; 
musical director St. Louis Apollo Club, and Morning Choral ; organist St. 
Peter's P. E. Church and Scottish Rite Cathedral ; Mrs. Charles Galloway 
(Garfielda Miller) ; Res. 3459 Halliday Avenue. 

GECKS, FRANK, professor of music Christian Brothers' College ; violinist ; 
formerly concertmeister St. Louis Symphony Orchestra ; pianist ; teacher of 
violin and piano; musical director St. Louis Orchestra Club and Musicians' 
Mutual Benefit Association ; studio, 3723 Olive Street ; Res. 3453 Magnolia 
Avenue. 

GRAY, MISS AGNES,* violinist ; pupil of Jacobsohn, Bendix, Spiering and 
Listemann) ; head of string department Heink Conservatory of Music, and 
Linden wood College (St. Charles, Mo.), also Monticello Seminary (Godfrey, 
111.) ; organized first women's String Quartet in St. Louis for public per- 
formances ; address, Heink Conservatory of Music, Studio Building. 

HALL, WILLIAM JOHN,* vocal teacher ; tenor ; soloist St. Louis Symphony 
Orchestra ; dean Missouri Chapter American Guild of Organists ; state editor 
. of The Clef; expert juror on musical works at Louisiana Exposition ; com- 
poser music for "Louisiana" St. Louis World's Fair Extravaganza, several 
cantatas, etc., songs, works for organ ; address, Musical Art Building. 

HEINK, FELIX,* concert pianist; lecture-recitals; teacher of piano; director 
Heink Conservatory of Music; author of work on "Music and Education"; 
composer of opera "Mirabeau," chamber music, many works for piano and 
voice ; address, Studio Building, Taylor and Olive Streets ; Res. 1208 Union 
Boulevard. 

JOHNSON, ORA BETHUNE (Mrs. James Forbes Johnson), pianist; su- 
preme president Mu Phi Epsilon Sorority ; Res. 5765 Berlin Avenue. 

JOST, OSCAR H., pianist ; accompanist : coach ; organist and choirmaster 
First Presbyterian Church; Mrs. Oscar H. Jost (Lillie E. Jungbluth) ; Res. 
4535 Greer Avenue. 



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KROEGER, ERNEST RICHARD,* concert pianist and organist; teacher of 
piano, organ, harmony, counterpoint, composition ; organist and choirmaster 
Church of the Messiah ; director Kroeger School of Music, and Forest Park 
University for Women ; composer 12 concert etudes ; orchestra suite "Lalla 
Rookh" ; overtures "Hiawatha," "Thanatopsis," "Sardanapalus," etc. ; works 
for piano, organ, chamber music, songs, church music, etc. ; Mrs. Ernest 
Richard Kroeger (Laura A. Clark) ; Res. 4483 McPherson Avenue; summer 
home, Harbor Beach, Mich. 

KUNKEL, CHARLES, SR., pianist ; composer works for piano, choruses, 
songs ; has labored earnestly for the advancement of music in America ; presi- 
dent Kunkel Brothers Music Company; address, 3750 Lindell Boulevard. 

LICHTENSTEIN, VICTOR, concert violinist; organizer and leader Lichten- 
stein String Quartet ; teacher of violin ; lecturer ; national president American 
Guild of Violinists ; director Lichtenstein School of Music ; music critic 
Reedy's Mirror; Mrs. Victor Lichtenstein (Bertha Bauer) ; Res. 5540 Clemens 
Avenue. 

LILLEBRIDGE, FREDERIC, dean music department National University, 
St. Louis ; pianist ; composer works for piano, etc. ; author "Master Course 
of Piano Playing and Composition" ; president Co-operative Teachers' Asso- 
ciation ; St. Louis correspondent Musical Monitor (Chicago); address, 608- 
610 Olive Street; Mrs. Frederic Lillebridge (Charlotte Lachs) ; Res. 1310 
Hamilton Avenue. 

MC CARTY, MADAME FERNET, teacher of diction ; author "The Key to 
the Human Voice" ; address, Studio Building. 

MOORE, HOMER,* musical editor St. Louis Daily Republic; musical director 
Chaminade Choral Club and United Railways Glee Club; composer operas: 
"The New World," "The Puritans," "The Fall of Rome," "Louis XIV"; 
baritone ; concert and oratorio ; teacher of singing ; musical lecturer ; formerly 
member American Opera Company; formerly manager St. Louis Odeon and 
Symphony Orchestra; Res. 4301 Lindell Boulevard. 

NEUWALD, MISS ADELE, concert pianist; recitals; director Neuwald 
Piano School ; first assistant piano department Heink Conservatory of Music, 
Studio Building. 

NORIA, JANE (Madame Gian Placido Centanini), concert and operatic 
soprano ; recital and oratorio ; formerly with Metropolitan Opera Company ; 
Res. 6185 Kingsbury Boulevard ; European addresses, 40 Avenue Niel, Paris ; 
Villa Lilas, Ile-aux-Moines, Marbihan, France. 



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ROACH, DR. JAMES F., concert tenor; pupil of Henschel and Vannuccini ; 
soloist St. Louis Cathedral ; teacher of singing Heink Conservatory of Music, 
Studio Building. 

SCHULZE, MISS ALMA, concert contralto; church choir soloist; teacher 
in voice department Heink Conservatory of Music, Studio Building. 

ZACH, MAX, musical director St. Louis Symphony Orchestra ; teacher of 
piano, violin and viola; Mrs. Max Zach (Blanche Going); Res. Hotel Jef- 
ferson ; summer home, 36 Atherton Street, Roxbury, Mass. 



SEDALIA 

LADIES' MUSIC CLUB 
MRS. W. D. STEELE President 

SPRINGFIELD 

CHALFANT, WILLIAM ADDISON, pianist ; organist ; dean of Conserva- 
tory of Music of Drury College for 33 years ; director Chalfant Conservatory 
of Music; Mrs. William Addison Chalfant (Hattie S. Leads); Res. 1328 
Benton Avenue. 



MONTANA 



ANACONDA 

LIBBY, MISS RUTH, organist and choir director St. Mark's P. E. Church ; 
pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. Montana Hotel. 



BUTTE 

BLAKESLEE, C. OVIDE, dean Butte College of Music and Art; concert 
pianist ; vocalist ; lecturer on "Musical Philosophy," "Interpretation" and 
"Correct Pronunciation of English" ; organist and choirmaster Christian 
Church ; address, Butte. 

MACPHERSON, MADAME ELSA,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
Montana correspondent Musical Courier (New York) ; has conducted Irish 
Musical Art Society (250 voices) Toronto, Canada, and Butte Children's 
Chorus and New Symphony Orchestra ; Res. 700 West Galena Street. 



GREAT FALLS 

TUESDAY MUSICAL CLUB 
MRS. ROSE M. WADSWORTH, Musical Director 

MRS. MILO KREJOI, Smelter Hill President 

MRS. GEORGE CALVERT, 912 Second Avenue N Vice-President 

Miss MYRTLE JOHNSON, 320 Second Avenue N Secretary 

MRS. R. C. CROWLEY, 717 Third Avenue N Treasurer 

MRS. J. W. AGNEW, 527 Fifth Avenue N Librarian 

WADSWORTH, ROSE M.* (Mrs. Oliver Fairfield Wadsworth), pianist; 
musical director Tuesday Musical Club ; state president National Federation of 
Musical Clubs ; Res. 104 Third Avenue, N. 



HELENA 

REEVES, A. I.,* manager State Capital Concert Band ; proprietor Reeves 
Music House ; local manager touring artists in concert ; member Helena Civic 
Club board of directors, board of directors Helena Commercial Club and 
board of directors Retail Merchants' Exchange; Res. 19 S. Main Street. 

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ALLIANCE 

SWAN-ZEDIKER, EDITH* (Mrs. Mayne David Zediker), director and 
head of piano department Alliance School of Music ; solo pianist with the 
Alliance Concert Company ; Res. 424 Larimie Avenue. 



AURORA 

NINETEENTH CENTURY CLUB 

MRS. ELOISE ALDENE, Musical Director 

BEATRICE 

MATINEE MUSICAL 
Miss HAZEL CAMAN, 1105 Court Street President 

CAMAN, MISS HAZEL,* pianist; teacher of piano; organist Centenary 
M. E. Church; musical director Y. W. C. A. Chorus; Res. 1107 Court Street. 

COWLES 
SQUIRES, MRS. IDA, pianist ; teacher of piano. 

FALLS CITY 

MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. GUY P. GREEN WALD President 

MRS. T. L. DAVIES Vice-President 

MRS. R. B. SIMPSON Secretary 

Miss MORSMAN Treasurer 

GRAND ISLAND 

FINDER, MISS JANE L., director Grand Island College Conservatory of 
Music ; teacher of violin and history of music ; chairman executive committee 
St. Cecilia Society ; Res. 802 W. Second Street. 

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SCHLUER, CARL, concert pianist; head of piano and theory departments 
Grand Island Conservatory of Music; conductor Grand Island Liederkranz; 
address, Grand Island Conservatory. 

KEARNEY 

ETUDE MUSICALE 
MRS. J. A. STRONG, Musical Director 

MRS. W. L. STICKEL President 

MRS. LESTER M. STEARNS Vice-President 

Miss AGNES KNUTZEN Secretary and Treasurer 

STRONG, OLIVE MARIE* (Mrs. Judd A. Strong), pianist; accompanist; 
teacher of piano and theory ; vice-president Etude Club and Municipal Con- 
certs; address, Kearney; summer address, Boulder, Colo. 

LINCOLN 

UNIVERSITY CHORUS SOCIETY 

(Annual May Festival) 

MRS. CARRIE B. RAYMOND, Musical Director 

CLAIRE B. CORNELL, 2450 S. Seventeenth Street President 



MATINEE MUSICALE 

MRS. L. E. MUMFORD, Sheridan Road President 

MRS. J. W. WINGER, 1630 J. Street Vice-President 

Miss LOUISE ZUMWINKLE, Seventeenth and H Streets Secretary 

MRS. E. H. BARBOUR, 1234 R Street Treasurer 



THURSDAY MORNING MUSICALE 

MRS. A. J. MORRIS President 

MRS. H. B. ALEXANDER Vice-President 

MRS. MURRAY FRENCH Secretary and Treasurer 



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ANDERSON, MISS MARJORIE,* pianist; accompanist; graduate Univer- 
sity of Nebraska School of Music (Henry Eames) ; post-graduate University 
of Nebraska School of Music (Sidney Silber) ; member of faculty University 
School of Music ; associate leader Junior Department Matinee Musicale ; Res. 
2424 Garfield Street. 

BAGNELL, MISS RUTH LEE,* pianist; graduate University of Nebraska 
School of Music; member of faculty University School of Music; assistant 
to Mrs. Lula Schuler Smith ; Res. 926 S. Eleventh Street. 

FAIR, REX ELTON,* concert flutist ; tours under management Britt Lyceum 
Company); member of faculty University of Nebraska School of Music; 
head Wood Wind Department University School of Music ; formerly solo 
flutist French Opera, New Orleans, La. ; soloist Nebraska State Band ; Res. 
708 S. Eighteenth Street. 

FRYSINGER, J. FRANK,* concert organist; teacher of organ, piano and 
theory ; head organ department Nebraska University School of Music ; com- 
poser "At Twilight," "Benediction Nuptiale," "Laudate Domini," "Scherzo 
Symphonic," etc. ; organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church of 
Lincoln; Res. 1623 E. Street; summer address, 258 E. College Avenue, 
York, Penna. 

GALLEY, M.,* manager of touring artists and head of Galley Concert Direc- 
tion ; address, 203 Nebraska State Bank Building. 

HAGENOW, AUGUST,* violinist; Res. Windsor Hotel. 

JONES, MRS. WILL OWEN,* concert pianist ; graduate New England Con- 
servatory (Boston); pupil also of Joseffy; member faculty University of 
Nebraska School of Music ; Res. 1418 L Street. 

KIRKPATRICK, HOWARD,* teacher of singing; dean vocal department 
University of Nebraska School of Music; organist St. Paul's M. E. Church; 
author "Applied Vocalization"; composer "Olaf" (opera), "The Firewor- 
shipers" (cantata) incidental music to the "Pageant of Lincoln"; Res. 1952 
Euclid Avenue. 

LE BARON, MISS LOUISE,* prima donna mezzo contralto; principal roles: 
Carmen, Mignon, Santuzza, Ammeris, Azucena, Ortrud, Delilah ; concerts ; 
oratorio; teacher of singing; studio, 311 Nebraska State Bank Building; Res. 
1319 Plum Street. 

MENZENDORF, GUSTAV C.,* teacher of piano, violin, harmony and theory ; 
formerly instructor of music University of Nebraska; studio, State Bank 
Building; Res. 1845 B Street. 

MILLER, CHARLES H.,* concert baritone; director Public School music; 
vice-president National Conference of Music Supervisors ; Res. Thirty-seventh 
Street and Sheridan Boulevard. 



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MOLZER, AUGUST,* concert violinist ; pupil of Cevcik ; numerous concert 
appearances in middle west; director Molzer Violin School, 1213 O Street; 
teacher of violin ; Res. 1039 S. Thirteenth Street. 

PETTIS, MISS CARRIE W.,* director Juvenile Department University of 
Nebraska School of Music; Res. 191 Prospect Street. 

PILCHER, MISS RUTH L.,* pianist; teacher of piano; member of faculty 
University of Nebraska School of Music; Res. Alpha Sigma Iota Soroity 
House, Sixteenth and G Streets; summer address, Sparta, 111. 

RAYMOND, MRS. CARRIE B.,* director of music University of Nebraska ; 
musical director University May Festival Chorus (200 voices) ; organist and 
musical director First Congregational Church ; Res. 1414 L Street. 

ROSBOROUGH, JOHN M.,* pianist ; accompanist ; head of theoretical de- 
partment University of Nebraska School of Music ; organist Westminster 
Presbyterian Church ; author "Course in Diatonic Harmony" ; Res. 2020 S. 
Twenty-fifth Street ; summer address, "Brown Cabin," Estes Park, Colorado. 

SILBER, SIDNEY,* concert pianist and pedagogue ; head of piano depart- 
partment University of Nebraska School of Music ; student with Professors 
Jedliczka and Earth, Berlin, 1900-01; Professor Leschetizky 1901-04; soloist 
Berlin Philharmonic and Vienna Tonkuenstler Orchestras, Chicago, Minne- 
apolis, Milwaukee and Russian Symphony Orchestras ; numerous recitals in 
Germany, Austria, Switzerland as well as middle west ; author forty lectures 
on "American National Musical Conditions" ; address, University School of 
Music, Eleventh and R Streets ; Res. 1520 S. Twenty-third Street. 

SMITH, LURA SCHULER* (Mrs. Van B. Smith), pianist; graduate and 
instructor piano department University of Nebraska School of Music, and 
Oberlin (Ohio) Conservatory; student of Professor Ernst Jedliczka (Berlin) 
1900-1904; Mrs. Regina Watson (six summers, 1905-1911); Rudolph Ganz 
(summer of 1915, Portland, Maine) ; Res. 1700 S. Twenty-sixth Street. 

STECKELBERG, CARL FREDERIC,* violinist; teacher of violin; head 
violin department University of Nebraska School of Music; director of violin 
and orchestra Lincoln High School ; musical director Lincoln Symphony 
Orchestra and St. Paul Oratorio Society ; treasurer Nebraska State Teachers' 
Association; Mrs. Carl Frederic Steckelberg (Ouida Wiltse) ; Res. 1254 S. 
Twenty-sixth Street. 

UPTON, MISS VERA AUGUSTA,* concert coloratura soprano; graduate 
and post-graduate University of Nebraska School of Music; also pupil of 
John Dennis Mehan, Karleton Hackett, Carl Dufft, Frank Sealey and Oscar 
Saenger ; member of faculty University School of Music ; soloist First Church 
of Christ Scientist ; choir director B'nai Jeshurun Temple ; director music de- 
partment Woman's Club; Res. 1133 L Street. 



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WHEATLEY, WALTER,* operatic tenor; member Royal Opera, Covent 
Garden, London (4 seasons), Royal Carl Rosa Opera, London (3 seasons), 
Teatro del Corso, Bologna, Italy (1 season), Century Opera Company, N. Y. 
(1 season); teacher of singing and opera class; studio, 311 Nebraska State 
Bank Building; permanent address, care, Banking Law Journal, 27 Thames 
Street, New York. 

WHEDON, MISS CHARLOTTE, dancer; head of aesthetic dancing de- 
partment University of Nebraska School of Music ; Res. 1845 D Street. 

YONT, MISS ROSE,* teacher of piano; secretary and treasurer University 
of Nebraska Research Society, and member board of editors for publishing 
writings of the Society; author of thesis for Master's degree entitled "Music 
in the Public Schools" and thesis for Ph.D. degree entitled "Status and Value 
of Music in Education" ; Res. 1634 C Street. 

ZUMWINKEL, MISS LOUISE,* pianist; accompanist; student of Carreno, 
Rachlew and Aronson ; member of faculty University of Nebraska School of 
Music; secretary Matinee Musicale; organist Trinity M. E. Church; Res. 
1109 G Street. 

OMAHA 

OMAHA CLEF CLUB 

MRS. DOUGLAS B. WELPTON, 210 S. Thirty-fourth Street President 

MARTIN W. BUSH, 1011 S. Thirty-eighth Street Secretary 

AUGUST M. BORGLUM, 2661 Douglas Street Treasurer 



TUESDAY MORNING MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. SAMUEL S. CALDWELL, 3511 Harney Street President 

MRS. ARTHUR CRITTENDON SMITH, 1303 Park Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. W. S. POPPLETON, Knickerbocker Apartments Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. R. BEECHER HOWELL, 

1123 South Thirty-second Street Recording Secretary 

MRS. W. A. C. JOHNSON, 208 South Thirty-third Street Treasurer 

MRS. CHARLES M. WILHELM Chairman of Program Committee 

BORGLUM, AUGUST MOTHE,* pianist; teacher of piano; director Borg- 
lum Piano School ; music critic Omaha World-Herald; treasurer Clef Club 
(society of music teachers) ; Res. 2661 Douglas Street. 



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BUSH, MARTIN W.,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; instructor of piano Academy 
of the Sacred Heart; organist St. Mary's Avenue Congregational Church; 
secretary Omaha Clef Club; Mrs. Martin W. Bush (Zoe M. Fries) ; studio, 
12-13 Baldridge Block; Res. 1011 S. Thirty-eighth Street. 

COX, HENRY,* violinist ; conductor ; founder and director Omaha School 
of orchestral instruments, Omaha Symphony Study Orchestra, and Omaha 
College of Music ; choirmaster Westminster Presbyterian Church ; Mrs. Henry 
Cox (Queene Hortense Snow), soprano and pianist; Res. 3320 Dewey Ave- 
nue; summer address, "Music Colony," Arnold's Park, Iowa. 

DUFFIELD, JEAN P., pianist; teacher of piano; secretary Clef Club; Res. 
5107 Underwood Avenue. 

LANDSBERG, SIGMUND,* concert pianist; teacher of piano and theory; 
composer, sonatas for piano and violin ; "Elegia Appassionata" ; piano pieces 
and 50 songs; studio, 4-5 Baldridge Wead Building; Res. 20 Farnam Street. 

PRYOR, LUCIUS, manager Ellis Course of Concerts in Omaha ; member of 
firm, Owen & Pryor, art dealers, operating J. L. Brandeis & Sons picture and 
art department ; address, Brandeis Stores. 



PLATTSMOUTH 

CUMMINS, MISS KITTIE,* director Plattsmouth Studio of Music; teacher 
of piano; Res. 902 First Avenue. 



TECUMSEH 

RUSSELL, MISS LETT A,* pianist; teacher of piano; organist and choir 
director First Presbyterian Church of Tecumseh. 



WAHOO 

MALSTROM, CARL S.,* organist; pianist; teacher of organ and piano; 
director music department Luther College ; choirmaster Bethlehem Swedish 
Evangelical Lutheran Church ; address, Luther College. 



WEEPING WATER 

VAN WIE, MISS EMMA, B.M.,* graduate Nebraska University School of 
Music ; pupil of Sidney Silber ; supervisor of music public schools of Weeping 
Water ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; address, Weeping Water. 



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YORK 

COMMUNITY CHORUS 

CHARLES F. GILBERT President 

CORA F. CON WAY V ice-President 

DR. J. W. PLUMB Secretary 

MRS. S. B. CARSCADDEN Treasurer 

PARKS, J. A.,* musical director Community Chorus (200 voices) ; composer 
of more than 2,000 four-part compositions Imperial Edition Octavo Music 
(for all voices) 56 vols. ; president, The J. A. Parks Co. (books, octavo and 
sheet music) ; address, York; summer address, "Skeeterhurst," Ericson, Nebr. 



NEVADA 

RENO 

TUESDAY EVENING MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. J. C. BRUMBLAY, 111 Stevenson Street President 

MME. KEMPRE-GALLOTTI, 141 W. Fourth Street Vice-President 

W. E. CORRIS, 222 Maple Street Vice-President 

ALEXANDER FORSYTHE, 140 S. Virginia Street Vice-President 

Miss H. IRENE PETERSON, 421 Walnut Street Secretary 

W. C. VAN BUREN, 823 W. Second Street Treasurer 

DENNY, MISS MAUDE A.,* pianist ; teacher of piano, theory and methods ; 
musical director University of Nevada; Res. 815 N. Center Street; summer 
address, Lincoln, 111. 

KRALL, PHILIP, pianist; teacher of piano and harmony; lecturer; Res. 
122 Maple Street. 

PETERSON, MISS HARRIET IRENE, pianist (pupil of William H. Sher- 
wood, graduate Sherwood Music School, Chicago) ; organist and choir director 
First Congregational Church; Secretary Tuesday Musical Club; Res. 421 
Walnut Street. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE 

CONCORD 

ORATORIO SOCIETY 

CHARLES S. CONANT, Musical Director 

61 School Street 

EDWARD K. WOODWORTH President 

MRS. HELEN REMICK Vice-President 

WILLIAM MORTON Secretary 

ELWIN PAGE Treasurer 

HANOVER 

MORSE, CHARLES H., concert organist ; musical director Dartmouth Col- 
lege ; organist and choirmaster College Church of Hanover ; composer "Cross- 
ing the Bar," anthems ; editor various organ collections, the Plymouth Hymnal, 
songs for chapel use ; formerly organist Plymouth Church, Brooklyn ; one of 
the founders of the American Guild of Organists ; founder and director (1885- 
1891) North Western Conservatory of Music, Minneapolis; conductor for 
orchestras and chorus work; Mrs. Charles H. Morse (Frances Niles Kim- 
ball) ; permanent address, Dartmouth College. 

NASHUA 

NASHUA ORATORIO SOCIETY 

E. G. HOOD, Musical Director 

EGBERT O. WOOD, Courtland Street President 

JAMES B. CROWLEY, 103 Main Street Chairman Board of Management 

HOOD, EUSEBIUS G.,* conductor Nashua Oratorio Society and Lowell 
(Mass.) Choral Society; director of music Public Schools of Nashua; Res. 
11 Shattuck Street. 

WILTON 

TALLARICO, PASQUALE, pianist; teacher of piano; winner of American 
trained pianists' contest held in Chicago, 1914; Mrs. Pasquale Tallarico (Anna 
Isabella Batchelder). 

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NEW JERSEY 

ATLANTIC CITY 

CRESCENDO CLUB 

Miss MARY HALLAHAN, Musical Director 
Atlantic City High School 

MRS. HERBERT W. HEMPHILL, 155 Grammercy Place President 

MRS. IDA TAYLOR BOLTE, 5505 Ventnor Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. JOSEPH H. IRELAND, 1920 Pacific Avenue Secretary 

Miss SARA E. CROASDALE, 17 N. Florida Avenue Treasurer 

BOURDON, ROSSARIO,* concert 'cellist ; formerly with Philadelphia Sym- 
phony Orchestra ; assistant musical director Victor Machine Company ( Cam- 
den, N. J.) ; Res. 336 N. Maine Avenue. 

IRELAND, MRS. JOSEPH H. (Susan Lloyd Baily), pianist; teacher of 
piano, theory and normal training course for teachers ; Res. 1920 Pacific 
Avenue. 

KROLL, LOUIS,* conductor Kroll Orchestra, Traymore Musicales, and 
Philharmonic Society ; pianist ; vocal coach ; gives advanced piano course ; 
composer symphonic poem "Diana and Actaean" (for orchestra), symphonic 
prologue "Easter," "A Hymn of Peace" (chorus, organ and orchestra) ; Mrs. 
Louis Kroll (Angelene Ostrander), mezzo-soprano; Res. Orlynne Apartments. 

LOMBARDI, LUIGI,* conductor Atlantic City Symphony Orchestra; con- 
cert flutist ; Madame Luigi Lombardi (Ada Dal Vago), concert pianist ; teacher 
of piano; address, Lombardi Conservatory of Music, The Florence Apart- 
ments, 5 S. California Avenue. 

REISMAN, BENJAMIN A.,* pianist ; teacher of piano and theory ; composer 
"Monarda" (Romance for violin or 'cello), other works for violin and 'cello, 
songs ; Res. 29 N. Virginia Avenue. 

BLOOMFIELD 

LOESCHE, JOHN A., concert violinist; teacher of violin; Mrs. John A. 
Loesche (May A. Meyer), pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 1 17 Newark Avenue. 

MOSHER, CLINTON EDWARD, organist and choirmaster First Baptist 
Church; Mrs. Clinton Edward Mosher (Ethel Deardon), soprano soloist First 
Baptist Church ; teacher of singing ; Res. 265 Franklin Street. 

SHIEBLER, MISS ISABELLE M., concert pianist; pupil of her mother; 
Res. 107 Orchard Street. 

SHIEBLER, MRS. ISABELLA,* pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano; 
Res. 107 Orchard Street. 

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BURLINGTON 

WELLS, CLARENCE,* supervisor public school music in Burlington ; direc- 
tor school music department Hahn Conservatory, Philadelphia (Pa.) ; presi- 
dent department of music New York State Teachers' Association; organist 
and choirmaster St. Mary's Church of Burlington ; director Burlington Public 
School Music Festivals ; author articles on school music and boy choir train- 
ing ; address, 238 Wood Street, Burlington ; Philadelphia studio, 1714 Chest- 
nut Street, Hahn Conservatory of Music. 



CAMDEN 

BEETHOVEN CLUB 

Miss BESSIE K. MIDDLETON, 227 Cooper Street President 

EDWIN C. HALL, 120 N. Fourth Street V ice-President 

MRS. EDWIN C. HALL, 120 N. Fourth Street Treasurer 

COLBY, MISS CAROLINE W.,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; graduate Phil- 
adelphia Musical Academy ; director Camden Musical Academy ; organist Lin- 
den Baptist Church; Res. 108 N. Sixth Street. 

HALL, EDWIN C.,* teacher of violin, viola, orchestra and ensemble ; in- 
structor Hahn Conservatory of Music, 1714 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ; 
Res. 120 N. Fourth Street. 

POLAND, BERNARD W.,* concert and operatic tenor; appearances with 
the Behrens Opera Club; soloist Overbrook (Pa.) Presbyterian Church; Res. 
432 N. Third Street. 

ELIZABETH 

'TREVILLE, MISS YVONNE DE,* prima donna coloratura soprano; ex- 
tended seasons in grand opera: De la Monnaie (Brussels), Vichy (France), 
Imperial Opera (Petrograd, Russia), Imperial Opera (Vienna) ; concert 
tours in United States; costume recitals; Res. 62 De Hart Place; European 
residence, 68 Rue de 1'Aurore, Brussels. 



HADDONFIELD 
MILLER, CHESTER,* concert baritone; oratorio. 



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JERSEY CITY 

SCHUBERT GLEE CLUB 

ROY K. FALCONER, Musical Director 
1 Apollo Street 

DR. GORDON K. DICKINSON, 268 Montgomery Street President 

LEON O. GILMORE, 111 Highland Avenue Vice-President 

FRANK A. WILLIAMSON, 2760 Boulevard Secretary 

JOHN R. WILLIAMS, 224 Union Street Treasurer 



WOMAN'S CHORAL SOCIETY 

^A. D. WOODRUFF, Musical Director 

132 W. Eleventh Street, New York City 

Miss LUCY F. NELSON, 536 Bergen Avenue President 

Miss S. L. CULVER, 180 Carteret Avenue Vice-President 

Miss PEARL BROOKS, 915 Avenue C, Bayonne, N. J Secretary 

Miss ANN ARMSTRONG, 17 Linden Avenue Treasurer 



COLLEGE CLUB 

MRS. HENRY SPENCE, 123 Fairview Avenue President 

Miss EDITH MERRITT, 698 Clifton Avenue, Newark, N. J Vice-President 

Miss ELEANOR DICKSON, 52 Summit Avenue Secretary 

MRS. GILBERT McFAODEN, 125 Clifton Place Treasurer 

(This Club engages prominent artists for concerts in Jersey City) 



MUSICIANS' SOCIETY 

HENRIETTA FOSTER WESCOTT, 13 McDougall Street President 

FRANZISKA HOPF, Bramhall Court Vice-President 

GRACE McCoRMACK JOHNSON, 44 Madison Avenue Secretary 

J. BELLE BOLTWOOD, 144 Mercer Street Treasurer 

Board of Governors 

BULA C. BLAUVELT WILLIAM HENRY PAGDIN 

BERNITA EARL BUDENBENDER ERNEST RUSSELL 

LEFFERT G. CARROLL MORITZ E. SCHWARZ 

JESSIE FENNER HILL RITA B. SMITH 

FLORA WITTPENN 



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AUDI, MADAME ERNESTINE* (Mrs. James Audi), soprano; teacher of 
singing; Res. 22 Clinton Avenue. 

BLAUVELT, MRS. BULA CASWELL,* concert organist; pianist; teacher 
of organ, piano and theory ; organist Emory M. E. Church ; president of 
Pupils' Club ; Res. 57 Gardner Avenue. 

BOLTWOOD, MISS J. BELLE,* pianist; teacher of piano and harmony; 
composed settings for "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" and "The Land o' 
the Leal" ; member Chopin Society of New York, and Woman's Choral Society 
of Jersey City ; studio, 144 Mercer Street ; Res. 68 Fairview Avenue. 

CANFIELD, MISS VERA,* concert soprano ; pupil of Giuseppe Campanari 
and Institute of Musical Art ; Res. 93 Kensington Avenue ; summer address, 
Harbor View Beach, South Norwalk, Conn. 

CLARK, GRACE EATON* (Mrs. Daniel Johnson Clark), pianist; singer; 
teacher of piano ; organist and choir director St. John's P. E. Church ; com- 
poser "Brightwood Waltz"; Res. 469 Bergen Avenue. 

DRESSLER, LOUIS R., accompanist for singers; composer songs, glees, 
church anthems ; organist and choirmaster All Souls Unitarian Church, New 
York ; one of the editors "The World's Best Music" ; Res. 23 Madison Avenue. 

DUNN, JAMES P.,* pianist; teacher of piano and organ; composer of "An- 
nabel Lee" (performed by the People's Symphony Concerts of New York), 
"Ulalume" ; Quintet in E Minor ; violin sonata ; pieces for piano ; songs, etc. ; 
organist and choirmaster St. Patrick's Church, Jersey City ; president Musi- 
cians' Society of Jersey City; Mrs. James P. Dunn (Lillian Byrne) ; Res. 222 
Union Street. 

EARLE, MISSES BERNITA AND EUDORA,* teachers of piano, singing 
and violin ; studio, 225 Union Street. 

FERRY, PROFESSOR JOSEPH JEAN BAPTIST,* musical director St. 
Peter's College, Jersey City; organist and choirmaster St. Peter's Church; 
conductor Symphony Orchestra of Jersey City ; supervisor public school music, 
West Hoboken, N. J. ; composer 4 works for piano, 3 for organ, and a number 
of orchestrations; Res. 221-A Ege Avenue; summer address, 627 Rockaway 
Street, Tottenville, Staten Island, N. Y. 

GALBREATH, RUTH KNIGHT* (Mrs. David W. Galbreath), concert 
pianist; teacher of piano; member Afternoon Music Club and Musicians' 
Society of Jersey City; Res. 150 Belmont Avenue. 

LANG, OSCAR, teacher of piano ; Res. 547 Bramhall Avenue. 

LOCKHART, MISS MARY L.,* concert pianist; teacher of piano, theory, 
harmony and sight singing; musical director Saturday Music Club of Jersey 
City; formerly organist St. John's M. E. Church, Galveston, Texas; Res. 17 
Brinkerhoff Street ; also conducts studio of music in Montclair, N. J. 



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MAYO, MISS M. ELIZABETH,* pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano; 
member Musicians' Society of Jersey City and Woman's Choral Society ; Res. 
6 Apollo Street. 

MORGAN, MISS BESSIE,* concert pianist (pupil of the late William 
Mason); accompanist; ensemble; 4 years with Henry Schradieck ; recital; 
teacher of piano ; member New York State Music Teachers' Association and 
Musicians' Society of Jersey City ; Res. 50 Jefferson Avenue. 

NELSON, MISS LUCY F.,* pianist; singer; teacher of piano and singing; 
director of music Bergen School for Girls ; lecturer ; President Woman's 
Choral Club of Jersey City ; Res. 536 Bergen Avenue. 

PAGDIN, WILLIAM HENRY,* concert tenor; oratorio; teacher of singing; 
choirmaster Emory M. E. Church ; studio, Carnegie Hall, New York City ; Res. 
2247 Boulevard, Jersey City ; summer home, Spring Lake, N. J. 

SCHWARZ, MORITZ E., concert organist; composer; theorist; assistant 
organist Trinity Church (New York) ; supervisor of music Public Schools 
of Jersey City; instructor of harmony University of New York; Mrs. Moritz 
E. Schwartz (Luella E. Benson) ; Res. 49 Brinkerhoff Street. 

SNIFFEN, MISS MABELLE M.,* dramatic soprano; concerts and recitals; 
pianist ; organist ; teacher of piano and singing ; coach ; organist and choir 
director Simpson M. E. Church; Res. 141 Clerk Street; summer address, 
New Egypt, N. J. 

WITTPENN, MISS FLORA R.,* violinist; teacher of violin; studios, 115 
E. Thirty-fourth Street, New York, and 15 Duncan Avenue, Jersey City; Res. 
83 Lafayette Street ; summer address, Drinkwater Point, Yarmouth, Maine. 



MONTCLAIR 

MUSICIANS' STUDY CLUB 
WILBUR FOLLETT UNGER, Musical Director 
30 Forest Street 

CHARLES ROY CASTNER, 72 Chestnut Street President 

Miss MYRTLE BUSH, Roseland, N. J Vice-President 

Miss LILLIE MEYER, Malvern Street, Verona, N. J Secretary 

EDWIN ULRICH, 63 Claremont Avenue Treasurer 

FARMER, EDWIN,* concert pianist; teacher of piano, private and class 
work; studio, 1007 Carnegie Hall, New York; Mrs. Edwin Farmer (Ethel 
Parrott) ; Residence-studio, 39 High Street. 



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UNGER, WILBUR FOLLETT,* pianist; organist; director; teacher of 
organ, piano and theory; composer songs and piano pieces; contributor to 
musical magazines ; musical editor Montclair Herald; musical director Musi- 
cians' Study Club; organist B. P. O. Elks, 891, Montclair; Res. 30 Forest 
Street. 

NEWARK 

MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

C. MORTIMER WISKE, Musical Director 

671 Broad Street 
WALLACE M. SCUDDER, 215 Market Street President 

UZAL H. McCARTER, 

Fidelity Trust Company, 763 Broad Street First Vice-President 

FRANKLIN CONKLIN, JR., 132 Chestnut Street Second Vice-President 

THORNTON W. ALLEN, 671 Broad Street Secretary 

ALFRED L. DENNIS, 790 Broad Street Treasurer 



LYRIC CLUB 

ARTHUR D. WOODRUFF, Musical Director 
171 W. Fifty-seventh Street, New York City 

MRS. JAY TEN EYCK, 404 Mt. Prospect Avenue President 

MRS. HERBERT L. FARROW, 42 James Street Vice-President 

MRS. WALTER COLTON, 49 Edgar Street, East Orange Secretary 

Miss JESSIE FAIRLIE, 169 Roseville Avenue Treasurer 



MUSIC STUDY CLUB 

MRS. FREDERICK H. SMITH, 321 Mt. Prospect Avenue Honorary President 

MRS. S. S. BATTIN, 500 Central Avenue, East Orange President 

MRS. ZACHARIAH BELCHER, 145 Mt. Pleasant Avenue First Vice-President 

MRS. JOHN KRUEGER, 41 Hillsdale Avenue Second Vice-President 

MRS. ROBERT WALSH, 80 Third Avenue Secretary 

MRS. JAMES SEYMOUR, 1 Wakeman Avenue Treasurer 

MRS. ALICE MALCOLM SWITZER, 

76 Vernon Terrace, East Orange Chairman Program Committee 



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ORPHEUS CLUB 

ARTHUR MEES, Musical Director 
80 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York City 

GEORGE F. REEVE, 61 1 Mt. Prospect Avenue. President 

CARL BAUNWART, City Hall Vice-President 

WILLIAM T. DECKER, 122 S. Maple Avenue, S. Orange, N. J Secretary 

Louis FAIRLAMB, 148 Elizabeth Avenue Treasurer 



MUSICIANS' CLUB 

THORNTON W. ALLEN, 671 Broad Street President 

SIDNEY A. BALDWIN, 847 Broad Street Vice-President 

HERBERT SACHS HIRSCH, 15 Astor Street Recording Secretary 

MRS. FREDERIC C. BAUMANN, 21 Fulton Street Corresponding Secretary 

FRANK C. MINDNICH, 745 Broad Street Treasurer 

ALLEN, MISS MILDRED STEELE, pianist; accompanist; teacher of 
piano; vice-president Newark Musicians' Club; Res. 41 Spruce Street. 

s ALLEN, THORNTON W.,* president Musicians' Club of Newark ; organizer, 
secretary and business manager Newark Music Festival Association ; as- 
sistant managing editor Musical Courier; composer "My Little Dixie Queen" ; 
other songs; violinist; president T. W. Allen Publishing Company (New 
York) ; Res. 41 Spruce Street. 

BANGS, GEORGE ROSCOE,* pianist; organist; coach; teacher of organ 
and piano; organist and choirmaster Church of the Beloved Disciple (New 
York) ; Mrs. George Roscoe Bangs (Letitia Terlinde) ; Res. 869 S. Fifteenth 
Street. 

BECKER, DORA* (Mrs. Charles Grant Schaffer), concert violinist; pupil 
of Joachim; introduced Bruch's Scotch Fantasy and Reger's Cicconna in 
America ; teacher of advanced pupils ; Res. 18 Hedden Terrace. 

DOWNING, GEORGE HENRY, basso in concert and oratorio ; teacher of 
singing; Mrs. George Henry Downing (Mary Louise Dean) ; Res. 8 Penn- 
sylvania Avenue; summer address, Cedar Lake, Denville, N. J. 

HOFMANN, EMIL,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; has managed 
concerts and festivals in Newark; Res. 828 Broad Street. 



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KORB, MISS MAY C., concert soprano; winner of Newark Music Festival 
contest (1915) ; engaged to sing at the first Newark Festival, under direction 
of C. Mortimer Wiske; Res., 80 Alpine Street. 

KUHN, GEORGE A., violinist; music critic Newark Sunday Call; Mrs. 
George A. Kuhn (Millie C. Seher) ; Res. 110 Montclair Avenue. 

PETRI, PAUL, operatic and concert tenor; opera engagements in Germany; 
teacher of singing; Mrs. Paul Petri (Lillian Jeffreys), concert pianist; ac- 
companist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 847 Broad Street. 

SCHAAF, DR. EDWARD, composer operas, symphonies, chamber music, 
works for piano, anthems,, songs, etc.; author essays and poems; Res. 217 
S. Orange Avenue. 

SVET, MANDELL, teacher of violin ; director Svet Music Studios ; Mrs. 
Mandell Svet (Rose Parsonnet) ; Res. Ill Spruce Street; summer home, 111 
Newark Avenue, Bradley Beach, N. J. 

TAMME, CHARLES,* director Tamme Vocal Studios ; concert tenor ; teacher 
of singing ; musical director Vocal Art Club ; choirmaster Trinity Congrega- 
tional Church (East Orange, N. J.) ; Mrs. Charles Tamme (Julia Wilson) ; 
Res. 123 Orchard Street ; New York studio, Carnegie Hall ; Philadelphia 
studio, Fuller Building. 

WEIDT, A. J., director Newark Mandolin Orchestra; teacher of violin, man- 
dolin and other string instruments; composer "Northern Lights" (overture), 
"Gloriana" (overture) ; Mrs. A. J. Weidt (Ida M. Lainge) ; Res. 439 Wash- 
ington Street ; summer home, Singac, N. J. 

WILLIAMS, CLARENCE W.,* concert baritone; composer "Cradle Song" 
(dedicated to Orpheus Club of Newark, sung at 25th anniversary of club, 
under the direction of Arthur Mees), "He That Keepeth Israel," "The Earth 
Is the Lord's," "Jubilate" in B flat, "Rock of Ages," "Lord, We Pray Thee," 
"Ballad of Trees and the Master," other male choruses, mixed choruses, works 
for organ, etc.; soloist (8 years) Church of the Redeemer; musical director 
First Congregational Church; authority on musical matters in vicinity; Res. 
65 Columbia Street. 

WISKE, C. MORTIMER,* musical director Newark Music Festival, Pater- 
son (N. J.) Music Festival and Jersey City (N. J.) Music Festival; organist; 
composer "Father's Lullaby" (male chorus), "Break, Break, Break" (sailor's 
song), "Rowena" (an opera), church anthems, songs, etc.; Mrs. C. Mortimer 
Wiske (Frances Stanley), pianist; accompanist; Res. 28 Fulton Street; sum- 
mer address, Bryant Pond, Maine. 

ORANGE 

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM R., concert organist; organist Arlington Avenue 
Presbyterian Church; teacher of piano and organ; Res. 151 N. Maple Avenue, 
East Orange. 



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GILBERT, RUSSELL SNIVEL Y,* concert pianist; teacher of piano and 
harmony ; organist Trinity Congregational Church ; composer "Lebewohl" 
(prize song Newark Music Festival Concert, 1915), "Rose Imitation," "When 
a May Maiden," "The Gifts of Love" (song), "Berceuse" (for violin), 
"Prayer" (for organ); Res. 67 Cleveland Street, Orange, and 71 Riverside 
Drive, New York City. 

SHEPARD SCHOOL OF MUSIC,* piano and harmony, courses personal 
and by mail; A. Agnes Shepard (Mrs. F. H. Shepard), director and former 
collaborator with F. H. Shepard, graduate Leipzig Conservatory, piano, piano 
normal; Florian A. Shepard (B.A.), Associate, piano, harmony, lecturer on 
appreciation ; publications : "Harmony Simplified," "A Key to Harmony 
Simplified," "Graded Lessons in Harmony," "Children's Harmony," "How to 
Modulate," "The Keyboard Diagram," etc. ; address, 470 Main Street. 

PATERSON 

MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

C. MORTIMER WISKE, Musical Director 
28 Fulton Street, Newark, N. J. 

HON. AMOS H. RADCLIFFE, 35 Eighteenth Avenue President 

JOHN B. MASON, 390 Broadway Vice-President 

JOHN R. MORRIS, 406 Van Houten Street Secretary 

FREDERICK S. COWPERTHWAIT, Ridgewood, N. J Treasurer 



SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

Louis SCHNEIDER, Musical Director 
1 Weiss Street 

Louis SCHNEIDER, 1 Weiss Street President 

W. H. HAIGHT, 47 Prospect Street, Ridgewood Secretary 

E. G. ADAMSKY, 107 Market Street Treasurer 



AMATEUR OPERA ASSOCIATION 

JOHN G. ZABRISKIE, Musical Director 
567 Broadway 

FREDERICK A. PARKER, 115 Broadway President 

FRED J. HIBBERD, 508 Fourteenth Avenue Vice-President 

JOHN R. MORRIS, 406 Van Houten Street Secretary 

JOHN E. RYERSON, 17 Pennington Street Financial Secretary 

HON. WOOD McKEE, 129 Market Street Treasurer 

E. J. MACDONALD, 181^2 Market Street Business Manager 



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PLAINFIELD 

CALKINS, MRS. LEIGHTON, has arranged appearances for distinguished 
artists in Plainfield; Res. 929 Madison Avenue. 

LENALIE, MISS AIMEE,* author, translator and manager of musical ar- 
tists ; 9 years manager People's Symphony Concerts of New York ; Res. 1410 
Putnam Avenue. 

SUMMIT 



CHORAL SOCIETY 

ARTHUR D. WOODRUFF, Musical Director 
171 W. Fifty-seventh Street, New York City 

Miss ESTHER WHITE, 4 Parmley Place President 

MRS. RALPH STREETT, 30 Elm Street Vice-President 

MRS. WILLIAM T. GREEN, 20 Ruthven Place Secretary 

MRS. H. S. CALDWELL, 6 Oak Ridge Avenue Treasurer 



FORTNIGHTLY CLUB 

Miss PAMELA W- LYALL, 41 Prospect Street President 

MRS. W. H. HARMON, 132 Boulevard Chairman of Music 

MRS. C. W. WINANS, 16 Waldron Avenue Chairman of Program 



DAVIS, MISS ELLEN GORTON, pianist; organist; teacher of piano and 
organ; studio, Tulip Street Branch Library Building; Res. Blackburn Hotel. 



TENAFLY 

DEMAREST, CLIFFORD, F. A. G. O., organist; teacher of organ and 
theory; composer "A Pastorale Suite" (for organ) ; "The Shepherds of Beth- 
lehem" (cantata) ; choirmaster Church of the Messiah, New York; address, 
Tenafly. 



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TRENTON 

MONDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

PAUL AMBROSE, Musical Director 
34 N. Clinton Avenue 

Miss LAURA C. JOHNSON, 116 West State Street President 

MRS. LUCY I. LENOX, 245 Centre Street Vice-President 

MRS. ALBERT T. STRETCH, 129 Monmouth Street Secretary 

MRS. GEORGE E. KRAFT, 49 W. State Street Treasurer 



MALE CHORUS 

W. OTTO POLEMAN, Musical Director 

Aleda Apartments 

CHARLES M. TITUS President 

JOHN J. BERGEN, 1415 Chambers Street Vice-President 

R. D. SCHANCK, East State Street Secretary 

RUSSELL P. DAY, 136 N. Clinton Avenue Treasurer 



AMBROSE, PAUL,* concert organist ; pianist ; composer songs, part-songs, 
anthems, works for piano and organ ; director music department New Jersey 
State Normal School ; teacher of organ and piano ; director Monday Musical 
Club ; organist and choirmaster St. James' M. E. Church, New York City ; 
Mrs. Paul Ambrose (Naomi Lambe) ; Res. 34 N. Clinton Avenue. 

LAND, HAROLD,* concert baritone ; oratorio ; soloist St. Thomas P. E. 
Church (New York City) ; teacher of singing; studios, Green Gables, Yonkers, 
N. Y., and Barlow Building, Trenton. 

POLEMAN, DR. W. OTTO, director of music State Normal Scool ; conductor 
Trenton Music Festival ; composer ; Res. Aleda Apartments. 

WARREN, MISS ALMA I., pianist ; accompanist for Monday Musical Club 
and Philharmonic Orchestra ; Res. 229 S. Clinton Avenue. 



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WEST HOBOKEN 

GODIO, HENRI,* solo violinist ; teacher of violin ; musical director Emerson 
High School Orchestra and West Hoboken Amateur Orchestra; Res. 707 
High Street. 

TAVERNA, REMO,* pianist ; conductor ; operatic coach ; formerly conductor 
San Carlo Opera Company; has coached many singers for opera in America 
and Europe ; composer songs, works for orchestra, piano, chorus, etc. ; Res. 
406 Savoye Street. 



WESTWOOD 

WESTWOOD MUSICAL CLUB 

PHILIP JAMES, Musical Director 
One W. Eighty-second Street, New York City 

ALFRED E. WHITEHOUSE, 27 Water Street, New York City President 

Miss EDITH BATE V ice-President 

J. G. MEYLER Secretary 

WILLIAM S. HARRIS Treasurer 



NEW MEXICO 

ALBUQUERQUE 

FORTNIGHTLY MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. H. B. HENING, 519 S. Second Street President 

MRS. J. M. MCTEER, 618 W. Cooper Street V ice-President 

MRS. GEORGE E. EVERITT, 415 Roma Avenue Secretary 

MRS. S. B. MILLER, 318 S. Walter Street Treasurer 

MRS. EDWARD L. BRADFORD, 613 W. Silver Avenue 

Chairman Program Committee 

BRADFORD, ELIZABETH HANSON* (Mrs. Edward L. Bradford), dra- 
matic soprano; teacher of singing; auditor (New Mexico) National Feder- 
ation of Musical Clubs ; director First Presbyterian Church Choir ; president 
Fortnightly Music Club ; Res. 613 W. Silver Avenue. 

SEDER, EDWIN STANLEY,* director of music, University of New Mexico ; 
pianist organist ; teacher of organ and piano ; organist and choirmaster First 
Congregational Church and Temple Albert; Res. 319 S. Third Street. 



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NEW YORK 

ALBANY 

MENDELSSOHN CLUB 

FRANK S. ROGERS, Musical Director 

86 Dove Street 

DELANCEY M. ELLIS, 111 State Street President 

DANIEL WHITTLE, 52 N. Pearl Street V ice-President 

EDWIN B. PARKHURST, 191 Lancaster Street Secretary 

L. LsRoY PICKETT, 406 Clinton Avenue Treasurer 



CAECILIA SINGING SOCIETY 

JOSEPH A. SCHAEFER, Musical Director 
333 Second Street 

ANTON HEINRICHS, 43 Delaware Street President 

AUGUST VOLK, 81 Elizabeth Street Vice-President 

ALPHONS SPECK, 74 Fourth Avenue Secretary 

FRANK LOCHNER, 9 Sloan Street Treasurer 

DENISON, FREDERICK P., conductor Albany Philharmonic Orchestra; 
organist and choirmaster Trinity M. E. Church ; teacher of piano and organ ; 
Mrs. Frederick P. Denison (Elizabeth Becker) ; Res. 91 Dove Street; summer 
address, Berlin, N. Y. 

FRANKLIN, BEN,* concert tenor ; teacher of singing ; choir director Temple 
Beth Emeth and First Reformed Church ; manager appearances of famous 
artists in Albany, Troy and Schenectady; Mrs. Ben Franklin (Jennie Mc- 
Coubrey) ; Res. 18 Chestnut Street; summer address, Elizabethtown, Adiron- 
dack Mountains, N. Y. 

MOORE, ROBERT H., organist and choirmaster St. Paul's P. E. Church; 
composer Communion Services in G and F ; other church music ; teacher of 
organ and piano ; colleague American Guild of Organists ; Mrs. Robert H. 
Moore (Ella S. Main) ; Res. 1-A Providence Place. 

ROCKE, FREDERICK, organist and choirmaster Cathedral of All Saints, 
composer songs, "Two Love Lyrics" and "Renouveau" ; organ works, etc. ; 
president Albany Musical Association; instructor of choral music St. Agnes' 
School ; Res. 32 Elk Street. 

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ROGERS, FRANK SILL, Mus. Doc., conductor Mendelssohn Club of 
Albany ; organist and choirmaster St. Peter's Church ; head of department of 
vocal music Albany Academy for Girls; head of organ department Emma 
Willard School, Troy, N. Y. ; Res. 86 Dove Street. 



AUBURN 

AUBURN FESTIVAL CHORUS ORCHESTRA 

HARRY A. TIDD, Musical Director 
31 Logan Street 

ADELBERT S. BAKER, Elizabeth Street President 

CARLTON BRACKENBURY, Fulton Street Vice-President 

Miss VIDA THAYER, Sherman Street Secretary 

MRS. J. C. UNDERWOOD, Lewis Street Treasurer 

TIDD, HARRY A.,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; musical director Auburn Fes- 
tival Chorus ; director of music St. Paul's Lodge, F. and A. M. ; organist and 
choirmaster First M. E. Church ; Res. 31 Logan Street. 

AURORA 

WINKLER, EMIL KARL,* director department of music Wells College; 
concert 'cellist; teacher of piano and theory; author "Theory and Practice of 
the New Janko Keyboard" ; president and manager Philharmonic Club ; Mrs. 
Emil Karl Winkler (Charlotte R. Robinson), mezzo-soprano, concert and 
recital ; address, Wells College ; summer address, Lincolnville, Maine. 

BATAVIA 

MARSH, LEWIS J.,* singer ; violinist ; teacher of singing, theory and violin ; 
musical director First Baptist Church, Genesee Band, Festival Orchestra, and 
Co-operative Choristers; Mrs. Lewis J. Marsh (Annie Palmer.) 

BEACON 

SOUTHERN DUTCHESS CHORAL UNION 

DR. ION JACKSON, Musical Director 
Miss CARRIE HOPPER President 

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BINGHAMTON 

BINGHAMTON ORATORIO SOCIETY 

EZRI ALFRED BERTRAND, Musical Director 
"The Bradley" 

THOMAS B. CRARY President 

MRS. GEORGE B. CURTIS, 61 North Street Vice-President 

ELFRED H. BARTOO, 108 Oak Street Secretary and Treasurer 

METROPOLITAN CONCERT BUREAU, Smythe & Mastin, managers; 
address, 181 Washington Street. 

BRIARCLIFF MANOR 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY ART ALLIANCE 

MRS. HAROLD A. CAPARN President 

DAVID BISPHAM, 44 West Forty-fourth Street, New York City Vice-President 

MRS. SALLIE WILLIAMS RIEGEL Secretary 

WALTER LAW, JR Treasurer 

(The Art Alliance engages artists for concerts.) 

JACKSON, DR. ION, concert tenor; teacher of singing in New York City, 
Newburgh (N. Y.) and Westfield (N. J.) ; musical director Southern Dutch- 
ess Choral Union, Wallkill Valley Choral Union and Briarcliff Congregational 
Church; Mrs. Ion Jackson (Florence Sliter) ; address, Briarcliff Manor; sum- 
mer address, Melvin Village, N. H. 

BROOKLYN 

BROOKLYN INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

A. AUGUSTUS HEALY, 90 Gold Street, New York City President 

GEORGE D. PRATT, Pratt Institute First Vice-President 

HORACE J. MORSE, 820 St. Mark's Avenue Second Vice-President 

WALTER H. CRITTENDEN, 206 Broadway, New York City.. Third Vice-President 

HERMAN STUTZER, 815 St. Mark's Avenue Secretary 

DANIEL V. B. HEGEMAN, 246 Henry Street Treasurer 

CHARLES D. ATKINS, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences Director 



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APOLLO CLUB 

JOHN HYATT BREWER, Musical Director 
88 S. Oxford Street 

JAMES A. SMITH, 434 Grand Avenue President 

CHARLES J. PEABODY, 128 Willow Street First Vice-President 

HENRY S. BROWN, 663 Tenth Street Second V ice-President 

DANIEL WESCOAT, P. O. Box 1093, New York City Secretary 

FRANK H. PARSONS, 60 Wall Street, New York City Treasurer 



BROOKLYN ORATORIO SOCIETY 

WALTER HENRY HALL, Conductor 
49 Claremont Avenue, New York City 

CARL G. SCHMIDT, 246 Hancock Street, Brooklyn President 

HEPBURN CHAMBERLAIN, Yale Club, New York City Secretary 



CHAMINADE CLUB 

(Ladies' Glee Club) 

EMMA RICHARDSON KUSTER, Musical Director 
144 Argyle Road 

MRS. FFOLLIOTT C. DENNING, 153 Seventy-sixth Street President 

MRS. FRED HIXON BALDWIN, 150 Sixth Avenue V ice-President 

MRS. ROBERT H. BAXTER, 1721 Ditmas Avenue Secretary 

MRS. HARRY W. BRUNS, 1016 Beverly Road Treasurer 



CHORAL ART CLUB 

ALFRED Y. CORNELL, Musical Director 

6078 Carnegie Hall, New York 

ALFRED M. BEST, 100 William Street, New York City President 

E. S. JARVIS, 34 Pine Street, New York City Vice-President 

JOSEPH C. SEALY, 1 Liberty Street, New York City Secretary 

FREDERICK W. RAUCH, 3 Maiden Lane, New York City Treasurer 



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ARION SINGING SOCIETY 

CARL HAHN 
Hotel San Remo, New York City 

DR. GOTTHARD E. SEYFARTH, 17 Palmetto Street President 

JOHANNES BERWING, 435 Logan Street First Vice-President 

DR. BERNARD GUNTHER, 308 St. Ann's Avenue, Richmond Hill, L. I. 

Second Vice-President 

PETER BACHENBERG, 26 Ditmars Street Secretary 

GEORGE J. BERLENBACH, 1092 Greene Avenue Treasurer 



QUARTET CLUB 

CARL FIQUE, Musical Director 
128 DeKalb Avenue 

HERMAN LANGHORST, 6948 Third Avenue President 

J. G. ROTH, 669 Seventy-sixth Street V ice-President 

MAX KOEPPE, 653 Fifth Avenue Secretary 

Louis KIRSCHENMANN, 3823 Fort Hamilton Avenue Treasurer 



SAENGERBUND 

F. ALBEKE, Musical Director 
795 E. 182d Street, New York City 

M. A. NEBEL, 274 Ryerson Street President 

ALBERT ZAPFE, Blue Point, L. I V ice-President 

MAX KOEPPE, 653 Fifth Avenue Secretary 

EDWARD J. FAUDREY, 307 Washington Street Treasurer 

ARNOLD, MISS GERTRUDE, concert and opera contralto; recital ;' man- 
agement Herbert F. Beck, 445 State Street; Res. 115 McDonough Street. 

BEARDSLEY, MILTONELLA* (Mrs. William Edgar Beardsley), con- 
cert pianist; teacher of piano (Joseffy pupil) ; Res. 101 Taylor Street. 



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BEEBE, CHESTER H., organist and choirmaster Janes M. E. Church ; direc- 
tor of School of Music ; pianist ; composer 2 etudes for piano, anthems, works 
for organ, etc. ; Mrs. Chester H. Beebe (Elizabeth Morris) ; Res. 272-A Halsey 
Street. 

BREWER, JOHN HYATT, organist; composer 9 cantatas; "The Holy 
Night," "Hesperus," etc. ; songs ; musical director Brooklyn Apollo Club ; or- 
ganist and choirmaster Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church; Mrs. John 
Hyatt Brewer (Emma Thayer) ; Res. 88 S. Oxford Street. 

BRIDGMAN, HELEN BARTLETT* (Mrs. Herbert Lawrence Bridgman), 
music critic; author numerous brilliant articles, essays and sketches on art, 
drama, literature, music, politics, travel, etc. ; has written reviews of many 
operatic and dramatic premieres for the Brooklyn Standard Union; Res. 604 
Carlton Avenue. 

BROCKWAY, JOHN NEWMAN, musical and dramatic editor Brooklyn 
Standard Union; Res. 284 Seventh Avenue. 

CLARKE, AMELIA GRAY (Mrs. F. Henry Clarke), concert pianist; accom- 
panist for Chaminade Club of Brooklyn ; teacher of piano ; Res. 1439 Union 
Street ; summer home, "Belle Terre," Port Jefferson, L. I. 

CLOSE, MRS. STUART* (Evangeline Lewis), pianist; lecturer; inventor 
of Melody Blocks; musical director Froebel Chorus; teacher of piano; Res. 
248 Hancock Street. 

CONRADI, AUSTIN, concert pianist; appearances with New York Sym- 
phony and Russian Symphony ; teacher of piano ; assistant instructor (summer 
months) Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N. Y. ; Res. 341 Rugby Road. 

CORDUAN, HERBERT C.,* violinist; teacher of violin and theory; com- 
poser pieces for violin; Res. 156 Herkimer Street. 

GUMMING, SHANNA* (Mrs. Martin B. Jones), concert soprano; oratorio, 
recital ; for 12 years soloist Central Congregational Church ; engagements with 
music festivals, orchestras and clubs ; Res. 377 Parkside Avenue. 

DAVIDSON, MISS LOTTA, violinist; teacher of violin; director of music 
Prospect Heights Boys' School ; Res. 693 Bushwick Avenue ; summer address, 
537 Chenango Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

EDEL, MISS JANE C.,* concert dramatic soprano ; recitals ; appearances 
with clubs in New York, Philadelphia and surrounding cities and towns ; Res. 
500 Washington Avenue. 

ELDREDGE, CONSTANCE BEARDSLEY* (Mrs. Orris Stanley Eldredge), 
concert pianist ; pupil of Josef Hof mann ; Res. Casino Mansion Apartments, 
Pierrepont and Hicks Streets. 



234 NEW YORK 



ESTEY, BESSIE BOWMAN (Mrs. S. Raymond Estey), concert contralto; 
soloist Calvary Baptist Church, Manhattan; teacher of singing; Res. 799 E. 
Seventeenth Street. 

FRECKELTON, ALFRED EDWARD, Jr., pianist ; teacher of piano ; studio, 
Pouch Gallery ; Res. 45 Essex Street ; summer address, Lake Hopatcong, N. J. 

FISCHER, MISS ADELAIDE,* concert soprano; management Winton & 
Livingston, Aeolian Hall, New York ; Res. 468 McDonough Street. 

S FIQUE, CARL, concert pianist; director Fique Musical Institute; teacher 
of piano and theory; lecturer-recitalist ; appearances before Brooklyn Institute, 
universities, clubs and schools ; conductor Brooklyn Quartet Club ; composer 
works for orchestra, piano, chamber music, anthems, songs, etc. ; Mrs. Carl 
Fique (Katherine Noack), dramatic soprano; concert, opera, operetta and 
recital ; Res. 126 DeKalb Avenue. 

GLASSON, T. BATH, teacher of piano, organ, harmony and theory ; musical 
director Brooklyn Orchestral Society, St. John's College Conservatory of 
Music, Hebrew Educational Society; organist and choirmaster Holy Rosary 
Church ; author "Practical Studies in Reading Vocal Music," "Practical 
Studies for Piano Players"; Mrs. T. Bath Glasson (Mary Hardy) ; Res. 80 
Chauncey Street. 

GRAFF, OTTO A.,* conductor German Liederkranz ; organist and choir- 
master St. Peter's Lutheran Church ; teacher of violin and piano ; Mrs. Otto 
A. Graff (Anna E. Tonyes) ; Res. 433 Putnam Avenue. 

HAGER, HENRY, pianist ; organist ; teacher of piano and organ ; organist 
and choirmaster Willoughby Avenue Presbyterian Church ; choirmaster Marcy 
Avenue M. E. Church and Harrison Avenue Evangelical Church ; musical 
director United Choirs of Greater New York and Harrison Glee Club; com- 
poser church music ; contributes articles to Musical Observer; Mrs. Henry 
Hager (Augusta E. Heller) ; Res. 51 Harman Street. 

JERVIS, PERLEE V.,* pianist and teacher of piano ; director of music 
Gardner School (Manhattan); vice-president department of music Brooklyn 
Institute of Arts and Sciences ; Res. 143 S. Portland Avenue. 

KELLERMAN, MARCUS, concert baritone; teacher of singing; director 
Kellerman Institute of Musical Art ; address, 357 Ovington Avenue. 

KORN, CLARA (Mrs. Herrmann E. Korn), pianist; teacher of piano and 
theory; composer "Our Last War" (opera), symphony in C minor, concerto 
for piano and orchestra, orchestral suite "Miniature," sonata for piano, sonata 
for violin and piano, etc. ; associated with De Bauere School of Music and 
Languages, 116 W. Seventy-sixth Street, Manhattan; Res. 804 President 
Street. 



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KUNZ, MRS. PHILIP* (Minnie Hurley), reader; attractive programs with 
musical settings ; Res. 235 Clermont Avenue. 

KUSTER, EMMA RICHARDSON (Mrs. William E. Kiister), pianist; 
teacher of piano ; musical director Chaminade Club of Brooklyn ; Res. 144 
Argyle Road. 

MACRUM, EDWARD KEITH, organist and choirmaster Tompkins Avenue 
Congregational Church; teacher of singing; Res. 1387 Dean Street. 

MOLLENHAUER, LOUIS, violinist; pianist; teacher of piano and violin; 
director of Mollenhauer Conservatory of Music; Mrs. Louis Mollenhauer 
(Sarah Rhodes Crosby), pianist; Res. 71 Marlborough Road. 

MOLLENHAUER, LOUIS, Jr., violinist ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 71 
Marborough Road. 

MUNDELL, MISS M. LOUISE, contralto ; teacher of singing; musical direc- 
tor Chiropean Club ; Res. 276 McDonough Street. 

MUNSON, LAWRENCE J., concert organist; teacher of organ and theory, 
organist and choirmaster Holy Trinity Church (Manhattan) ; Res. 529 Ninth 
Street ; summer address, Cragsmoor, N. Y. 

MURRAY, OSCAR,* formerly manager Brooklyn Academy of Music, and 
Brooklyn appearances of distinguished artists in concert; associated with the 
piano and sheet music trade for many years ; address, 222 Livingston Street. 

PACKER, MARY JONES (Mrs. William S. Packer), dean and founder oi 
the Master School of Music, 96 Clinton Street ; Res. 260 Hicks Street. 

PEAVEY, N. VALENTINE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; coach for 
singers ; Res. 99 Euclid Avenue. 

REED, GRAHAM,* concert baritone ; teacher of singing ; Res. 345 Clinton 
Avenue (see New York City, Manhattan). 

RIHM, ALEXANDER, pianist ; ensemble ; teacher of piano ; secretary Ton- 
kiinster Society; Res. 183 Gates Avenue. 

RIHM, MADAME THERESA, concert soprano; teacher of singing; Res. 
16 Revere Place. 

ROCKWELL, EDWIN A.,* music critic Brooklyn Daily Eagle; Mrs. Edwin 
A. Rockwell (Mary Alton) ; address, Brooklyn Eagle. 

SAMMOND, HERBERT STAVELY, organist and choirmaster Clinton Ave- 
nue Congregational Church; teacher of piano and organ; Res. 450 E. Fifth 
Street. 

SCHMIDT, AUGUST,* teacher of violin and viola ; musical director August 
Schmidt's Orchestra; Res. 1163 Greene Avenue. 



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SCHMIDT, CARL G.,* professor of music Erasmus Hall High School ; direc- 
tor sight singing classes Brooklyn Institute ; organist and choirmaster Central 
Presbyterian Church ; president Brooklyn Oratorio Society ; concert organist ; 
pianist; conductor; author "Notturno" (musical novel), "The Unknown 
Many" (novel) ; composer anthems, songs, etc.; Res. 246 Hancock Street. 

SCHRADIECK, HENRY,* professor of the violin; director violin depart- 
ment Combs Conservatory of Music, Philadelphia, and American Institute of 
Applied Music, New York; author of pedagogical works for violin; Res. 
535 Washington Avenue. 

SEIFERT, EMIL,* violinist ; teacher of violin ; formerly concertmeister and 
musical director ; composer one symphony, court overture and Festival March ; 
Res. 991 Sterling Place. 

STEBBINS, G. WARING, organist; singer; teacher of singing; composer 
anthems: "Light of Lights," "God Is Great"; organ: "Cantilene in G," "A 
Song of Joy" ; songs : "When Love Is Gone," "June," etc. ; organist and choir- 
master Emmanuel Baptist Church; director Singers' Club of New York 
(male) ; Mrs. G. Waring Stebbins (Caroline Tichenor Worth) ; Res. 1171 
Dean Street. 

SPARKS, MISS ESTELLE ASHTON, dramatic concert and operatic so- 
prano; oratorio; teacher of singing; coach; Res. 16 Duryea Place; summer 
address, Lake Hopatcong, N. J. 

STODOLA, EDWIN, concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; Mrs. Edwin Stodola 
(Beatrice King), dramatic reader; Res. Beverly Road and E. Eighteenth 
Street. 

THAYER, WILLIAM ARMOUR, musical director Adelphi College; com- 
poser songs including "My Laddie" (sung by Alma Gluck and many prominent 
singers) ; organist St. Mark's M. E. Church ; for 24 years organist St. James' 
P. E. Church ; teacher of organ, piano and singing ; studio, Apollo Studios, 381 
Carlton Avenue; Mrs. William Armour Thayer (Leah Hutchinson) ; Res. 
211 St. James Place. 

THOMASON, MADAME BERTA GROSSE,* pianist ; pedagogue ; principal 
Berta Grosse-Thomason School for Piano; studio, 137 Henry Street; branch 
studios: Steinway Hall (Manhattan) and Morristown, N. J. 

THOMPSON, MISS ETHEL T., concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 266 
Fenimore Street; summer address, Diamond Point, Lake George, N. Y. 

TOLLEFSEN, CARL H.,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; leader Tollef- 
sen Trio ; composer songs ; head of violin department Berkeley Institute ; Mrs. 
Carl H. Tollefsen (Augusta Octavia Schnabel), concert pianist; teacher of 
piano; member of Tollefsen Trio; Res. 1166 Forty-fifth Street. 



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WEATHERBURN, ALICIA* (Mrs. William Tumbridge), soprano; con- 
certs ; Res. Hotel St. George, Clark and Hicks Streets. 

WOODMAN, R. HUNTINGTON,* organist; teacher of organ; organist 
and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn; director of music 
Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn ; head of theory department, American 
Institute of Applied Music (New York) ; composer cantatas, songs, and part- 
songs; Mrs. R. Huntington Woodman (Ethel Righter) ; Res. 131 Hicks 
Street ; summer home, Bailey Island, Maine. 

ZOELLNER STRING QUARTET,* Joseph Zoellner, founder (formerly of 
Brussels); members: Antoinette Zoellner, violin; Amandus Zoellner, violin; 
Joseph Zoellner, Sr., viola; Joseph Zoellner, Jr., violoncello; Res. 909 St. 
Marks Avenue ; summer address, Wrentham, Mass. 



BUFFALO 

CLEF CLUB 

ALFRED JURY, Musical Director 
1371 Main Street 

G. A. T. HAGEN, 331 Landon Street President 

DR. N. W. BODENBENDER, 4 West Parade Avenue Vice-President 

E. J. SHERIDAN, 402 Bird Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 



RUBINSTEIN CLUB 

Miss MARY M. HOWARD, Musical Director 

44 Irving Place 

MRS. C. F. WATKINS, 600 Linwood Avenue President 

MRS. CARL CASE, 236 Anderson Place Vice-President 

MRS. ABRAM HOFFMAN, 529 Franklin Street Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. G. A. HANCOCK, 1994 Elmwood Avenue Recording Secretary 

MRS. HENRY BOGART, 236 Potomac Avenue Treasurer 

MRS. IRVING POTTER, 420 Franklin Street Auditor 

Miss HELEN JACKSON, 261 Highland Avenue Historian 

Miss ADA STETTENBENZ, 1280 West Avenue Librarian 



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ORPHEUS SOCIETY 

^JOHN LUND, Musical Director 

273 Richmond Avenue 

JACOB E. MUELLER, 97 Dodge Street President 

HENRY W. BRENDEL, 526 Lin wood Avenue Vice-President 

MATTHEW J. CHEMNITZ, Board of Education Secretary 

GEORGE H. MOESSINGER, 578 Richmond Avenue Treasurer 



GUIDO CHORUS 

SETH CLARK, Musical Director 
61 Park Street 

DR. MATTHEW D. MANN, 37 Allen Street Honorary President 

GODFREY MORGAN, 240 Voorhees Avenue President 

W. B. H. MCCLELLAND, 34 Inwood Place Secretary 

A. J. HALL, 555 Fargo Avenue Treasurer 



CHROMATIC CLUB 

MRS. GEORGE BARRELL, 243 North Street President 

MRS. RALPH HILLMAN, 47 Norwood Avenue Vice-President 

Miss CLARA M. DIEHL, 32 West Genesee Street Secretary 

Miss ELIZABETH OLMSTEAD, 289 Summer Street Treasurer 



GOUNOD CHORAL CLUB 

WILLIAM J. SHEEHAN, Musical Director 

567 Elmwood Avenue 
D. M. PLANTZ, 123 College Street Secretary and Treasurer 



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IONIAN CLUB 

MRS. NELLIE M. GOULD, Musical Director 
84 Lancaster Avenue 

FRANK McCoRMiCK, 14 E. Utica Street President 

CLARENCE E. SCHOENBORN, 73 Crowley Avenue Vice-President 

EDMOND H. BRUSS, 13 Helen Place Secretary 

WARREN BALLOU, 93 Garner Avenue Treasurer 

BENBOW, WILLIAM, concert organist; teacher of organ, piano and theory; 
composer "The Lord Is My Light" ; other works for the church ; organist and 
choirmaster English Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity; Mrs. William 
Benbow (Josephine Fry) ; Res. 44 N. Pearl Street. 

BONVIN, LUDWIG, musical director Canisius High School; composer; (or- 
chestra) 3 Tone Pictures, Ballade, Symphony in G Minor, 2 symphonic 
suites, "Erinnerungen," Romanza (for violin and orchestra), 6 masses, set- 
ting for 103d Psalm, songs, choruses, works for organ; address, Canisius 
High School. 

^ CLARK, SETH, musical director of the Guido Chorus ; organist and choir- 
master Trinity Church and Temple Beth Zion ; Mrs. Seth Clark (Annie S. 
Gail) ; Res. 61 Park Street. 

COOK, MRS. ANNA WARE,* soprano; pianist; formerly soloist in Buffalo 
church choirs ; for 30 years a teacher of singing and piano (pupil of Carlotta 
Patti, Barilli, L. M. Gottschalk and Maurice Strakosch) ; composer "The 
Water Wheel" and "Oyama-Togo" March (for piano), "Love in a Boat" and 
"Life, Death and Resurrection" (for soprano or tenor) ; Res. Arlington Park. 

GRAHAM, MISS AMY,* music critic Buffalo Evening News; director of 
music Franklin School of Buffalo ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; formerly vice- 
president New York State Music Teachers' Association; Res. 135 Linwood 
Avenue ; summers in Europe. 

^ JURY, ALFRED, baritone; teacher of singing; conductor Clef Club, organ- 
ist and choirmaster Plymouth Methodist Church ; Res. 956 Humboldt Park- 
way ; summer home, Gravenhurst, Muskoka, Canada. 

LAUGHLIN JOHN, manager Majestic Theatre (seating 2,000) ; directs 
concerts in Buffalo of celebrated artists; address, Majestic Theater. 

RUSSELL, MRS. FRANK H.,* music education through motor expression ; 
studio-residence, 135 Linwood Avenue. 



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SMITH MRS. MAI DAVIS,* manager of Buffalo concerts by famous artists ; 
manager concert series by leading orchestras, such as Boston Symphony, New 
York Philharmonic, Cincinnati ; Res. 26 Irving Place. 

TAYLOR, MISS CORA J., pianist; teacher of piano; music critic Buffalo 
Evening Times ; assistant supervisor of music Buffalo Public Schools ; Buffalo 
correspondent Musical Courier (New York) ; Res. 819 Richmond Avenue. 

WOOLER, ALFRED,* Mus. Doc., tenor soloist; teacher of voice culture, 
singing, harmony and counterpoint; choirmaster Richmond Avenue M. E. 
Church; conductor Welland (Canada) Choral Society; composer songs, sacred 
songs, anthems, piano works, etc. ; author "Harmony and Composition" Course 
for Correspondence; has edited and corrected nearly 300 compositions issued 
by leading publishers in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, etc. ; Mrs. 
Alfred Wooler (Sarah Elizabeth Mekin) ; Res. 322 W. Utica Street. 



CANANDAIGUA 

THE SINGERS 
ROBERT F. THOMPSON, Musical Director 

IRA N. CROUCHER President 

W. J. MACFARLANE Vice-President 

ZELIA P. BEARDSLEY Secretary 

WALTER S. SLEGHT Treasurer 



CHAUTAUQUA 

CHAUTAUQUA INSTITUTION 

(Summer months) 

ARTHUR E. BESTOR President 

E. B. BRYAN, Colgate University (Hamilton, New York) 

Principal of the Thirteen Summer Schools 

ALFRED HALLMAN, Saratoga, New York Director of Music 



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MUSIC FACULTY 

JAMES BIRD, Marietta, Ohio 

ELMER BROWN, 2947 Highland Place, Indianapolis, Indiana 

HORATIO CON NELL, 906 S. Forty-sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

AUSTIN CONRADI, 341 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, New York 

EDWARD R. HAWLEY, Westfield, Massachusetts 

ERNEST HUTCHESON, Steimvay Hall, New York City 

SOL MARCOSSON, 612 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 

MARIE M. MILLER, 416 West Tenth Street, Erie, Pennsylvania 

FREDERIC G. SHATTUCK, 101 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York City 

REGINALD LINDSAY SWEET, 41 West Fifty-second Street, New York City 

HENRY BETHUEL VINCENT, Vincent Studio, Erie, Pennsylvania 

CHARLES WASHBURN, Ward Belmont College, Nashville, Tennessee 

ARTHUR HOWELL WILSON, 3609 Baring Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

ELIZA McC. WOODS, Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore, Maryland 

ELMIRA 

McKNIGHT, GEORGE MORGAN, director Elmira College School of Musrc 
(for 21 years) ; organist and choirmaster Trinity Church of Elmira (for 25 
years); composer church music and songs; musical and dramatic critic for 
Elmira daily papers ; choirmaster First Baptist Church of Elmira ; baritone ; 
teacher of organ and singing; conductor Hornell (N. Y.) Choral Society; 
address, Elmira College. 

ROSENBLOOM, MISS ISABEL, pianist ; teacher of piano ; member faculty 
Elmira College of Music and Bostelmann Conservatory of Music, Corning, 
N. Y. ; address, 1010 College Avenue. 

FULTON 

THOMAS, MISS HAZEL F., contralto ; teacher of singing (graduate Crane 
Normal Institute of Music, Potsdam, N. Y. ; supervisor of music Public 
Schools, Fulton, N. Y. 

HAMILTON 

HOERRNER, W. H., head department of umsic Colgate University; choir 
director First Baptist Church ; member of faculty summer session Cornell Uni- 
versity (Ithaca, N. Y.) ; Res. 27 Bluff Street. 



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IRVINGTON-ON-THE-HUDSON 

BLACK, JENNIE PRINCE (Mrs. Henry Van Deventer Black), singer; 
pianist ; composer songs : "Cynthia," "The Violet," "Regrets" ; address, 
Irvington-on-the-Hudson. 

ITHACA 

DANN, HOLLIS,* head of music department Cornell University ; musical 
director University Festival Chorus; choirmaster Sage Chapel, Cornell Uni- 
versity; author "Hollis Dann Music Course" (8 books) and "Manual for 
Teachers" ; editor and compiler "Assembly Songs," "Christmas Carols," 
"School-Hymnal" ; numerous pamphlets on music in the Public Schools ; Mrs. 
Hollis Dann (Lois Hanford) ; Res. 507 E. Seneca Street. 

QUARLES, JAMES THOMAS,* A. A. G. O. ( concert organist; organist 
Cornell University ; instructor of theory of music, and assistant professor of 
music at Cornell University ; composer songs, works for organ, choral works ; 
formerly organist Scottish Rite Cathedral, St. Louis; president Missouri 
Music Teachers' Association (1912-13-14); Mrs. James Thomas Quarles 
(Gertrude Dunning) ; Res. 712 E. Seneca Street. 

JAMESTOWN 

THORSTENBERG, SAMUEL,* director Jamestown Conservatory of Music 
(largest conservatory of music in Western New York) ; pianist; teacher of 
piano; organist and choir director First Lutheran Church; musical director 
Lyran Male Chorus and Jamestown Symphony Club; manager of concert 
courses; Mrs. Samuel Thorstenberg (Gertrude Emmert) ; Res. 318 E. Fifth 
Street. 

LOCKPORT 

COMMUNITY MALE CHORUS 
JOHN LUND, Musical Director 
Orpheus Rooms, Buffalo, N. Y. 

A. A. VAN DE MARK, 71 Locust Street President 

HOMER ALBERTY, Transit Street V ice-President 

JOHN MCPARLIN, Post Office Department Secretary 

WILLIAM RASZL, Park Avenue Treasurer 

VAN DE MARK, A. A.,* concert director and manager American Musical 
Artists ; president Community Male Chorus ; inaugurated first convention ever 
held in the interests of American Musical Artists, carried out in Lockport, 
September 14th and 15th, 1916; introducing the first National "7-day" Ameri- 
can Chautauqua, to be held in Lockport in October, 1917; address, Lockport. 



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LONG ISLAND 

ORPHEUS GLEE CLUB OF FLUSHING 
H. THOMPSON RODMAN, Musical Director 

275 State Street, Flushing 

LOWEN E. GINN, Assistant Musical Director 

275 Amity Street, Flushing 

JAMES P. EADIE, 121 Barclay Street, Flushing President 

E. R. PIERCE, North Twenty-eighth Street, Flushing Secretary 

D. A. GOURLAY, 169 Beech Street, Flushing Treasurer 

WIRTHLIN, MADAME ROSALIE, concert contralto; Res. 80 Franklin 
Place, Flushing. 

SPEIR, MISS RUTH E., organist ; teacher of piano ; supervisor of music 
Freeport Public Schools ; musical director Glee Clubs and Orchestra Freeport 
High School ; choir director Presbyterian Church ; Res. S. Ocean Avenue ; 
summer address, 550 Washington Avenue, Albany, N. Y. 



MUSICAL ART SOCIETY OF GARDEN CITY 

G. WARING STEBBINS 
1171 Dean Street, Brooklyn 

MRS. LOUISE TARBELL ROGERS, 111 Stewart Avenue, Garden City President 

Miss ALICE PRESTON, 4 Rockaway Avenue, Garden City Vice-President 

MRS. FRANK N. FRUEAUFF, 122 Stewart Avenue, Garden City 

Secretary and Treasurer 

MRS. CYRIL E. D. MARSHALL, 40 Euston Road, Garden City.. Recording Secretary 

WARE, HARRIET* (Mrs. Hugh Montgomery Krumbhaar), pianist; singer; 
composer "Sir Oluf" (cantata, text by Cecil Fanning), "Undine" (one-act 
opera, or concert sextet, poem by Edwin Markham), "The Boat Song," "The 
Cross," other favorite songs; musical director Musical Art Society of Long 
Island ; Res. Roxbury Road, Garden City. 



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FOSTER CHORAL CLUB OF HEMPSTEAD 

FAY FOSTER, Musical Director 
New York City (See Telephone Directory) 

MRS. EMILIE DENHAM, Hempstead President 

MRS. M. B. FAMCELL, Hempstead Secretary and Treasurer 



HORNBERGER, GUSTAV O.,* concert 'cellist; teacher of 'cello (concert 
tours in Europe and America formerly with New York Symphony Orches- 
tra, New York Philharmonic and Russian Symphony Orchestra) ; 'cellist Phil- 
harmonic Trio; instructor School of Applied Music, New York City; corn- 
poser sonata fantasia "Finlandia," string quartet, piano quartet, string sex- 
tet, etc. ; Res. 1408 Woodhaven Avenue, Brooklyn Manor. 



KARL, HARRY JOHN,* concert organist; pianist; teacher of organ, piano 
and theory; director Karl Studio of Music; organist Queen of All Saints 
Cathedral Chapel, Brooklyn, N. Y.) ; composer masses, hymns, quartet and 
songs: "Du bist wie eine Blume," etc.; Mrs. Harry John (Frances Marie 
Bosch) ; Res. 1654 Woodhaven Avenue, Woodhaven ; summer address, Box 95, 
Litchfield, Conn. 



MOUNT KISCO 



CARPENTER, MISS ALICE, pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 47 N. Bedford 
Road. 

CARPENTER, MISS GERTRUDE, soprano; teacher of singing; Res. 47 N. 
Bedford Road. 



NEWBURGH 

NEWBURGH SYMPHONY SOCIETY 

JOHN T. COLLINS, Musical Director 

47 Carson Avenue 
ANTHONY SCHULMERICH, 74 Second Street Manager 



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NEW YORK CITY 

THE METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY 

GIULIO GATTI-CASAZZA, General Manager 
Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway 
OTTO H. KAHN, Chairman, 8 E. Sixty-eighth Street 
EDMUND L. BAYLIES, 10 E. Sixty-second Street 
RAWLINS L. COTTENET, Metropolitan Opera House 
PAUL D. CRAVATH, 107 E. Thirty-ninth Street 
T. DE WITTE CUYLER, Metropolitan Opera House 
ROBERT GOELET, 647 Fifth Avenue 
ELIOT GREGORY, Metropolitan Opera House 
FRANK GRAY GRISWOLD, Metropolitan Opera House 
CLARENCE H. MACKAY, "Harbor Hill," Roslyn, L. I. 
EDWARD T. STOTESBURY, 1925 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
WILLIAM K. VANDERBILT, 660 Fifth Avenue 
HARRY PAYNE WHITNEY, 871 Fifth Avenue 
HENRY ROGERS WINTHROP, 998 Fifth Avenue 



PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 

JOSEF STRANSKY, Musical Director 
160 W. Fifty-ninth Street 

OSWALD GARRISON VILLARD, 179 E. Seventy-first Street President 

RICHARD ARNOLD, 208 E. Sixty-first Street Vice-President 

FELIX F. LEIFELS, Carnegie Hall Secretary 

RUDOLF E. F. FLINSCH, 49 Wall Street Treasurer 

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SYMPHONY SOCIETY 

WALTER DAMROSCH, Musical Director 
146 E. Sixty-first Street 

HARRY HARKNESS FLAGLER, 103 Park Avenue President 

PAUL D. CRAVATH, 107 E. Thirty-ninth Street First Vice-President 

ISAAC N. SELIGMAN, 36 W. Fifty-fourth Street Second Vice-President 

RICHARD WELLING, 170 Fifth Avenue Secretary 

RUDOLPH SCHIRMER, 243 E. Seventeenth Street Treasurer 



ORATORIO SOCIETY 

Louis KOEMMENICH, Musical Director 
498 West End Avenue 

ANDREW CARNEGIE, 2 E. Ninety-first Street President 

FREDERICK H. COMSTOCK, 36 Wall Street Vice-President 

WILLIAM BURNET TUTHILL, 287 Fourth Avenue Secretary 

WILLIAM ELLIOTT KNOX, 128 Bowery Treasurer 



MENDELSSOHN GLEE CLUB 

Louis KOEMMENICH, Conductor 
498 West End Avenue 

HOWARD S. BORDEN, 22 W. Seventy-third Street President 

JOHN P. GILLESPIE, 50 E. Forty-first Street Vice-President 

WILLIAM P. YOUNG, 50 E. Forty-first Street Secretary 

Louis MORRIS STARR, 128 E. Seventieth Street Treasurer 



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SCHOLA CANTORUM OF NEW YORK, INC. 

KURT SCHINDLER, Musical Director 
121 E. Fifty-second Street 

MRS. FREDERICK EDEY, 10 W. Fifty-sixth Street V ice-President 

ADRIAN H. LARKIN, 66 E. Fifty-sixth Street Vice-President 

MRS. CHARLES H. DITSON, 19 E. Thirty-seventh Street Vice-President 

MRS. HARRY K. KNAPP, 61 Broadway Vice-President 

MRS. LINZEE BLAGDEN, 264 Lexington Avenue Secretary 

JOHN S. ELLSWORTH Treasurer 

JOHN W. FROTHINGHAM, 375 West End Avenue . . Chairman Concert Committee 



UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB 

- ARTHUR D. WOODRUFF, Conductor 
171 W. Fifty-Seventh Street 

LAURANCE I. NEALE, 49 W. Fifty-seventh Street President 

R. L. LOCKWOOD, 112 E. Nineteenth Street Vice-President 

ALFRED K. TAYLOR, 165 Broadway Secretary 

ROGER H. CLARKE, 417 Riverside Drive Treasurer 

WILLIAM JONES, Bronxville, N. Y Librarian 

SYLVANUS D. WARD, 43 Cedar Street Chairman Music Committee 



UNIVERSITY CHORUS 

WALTER HENRY HALL, Conductor 

49 Claremont Avenue 
ARTHUR M. WIGHT, 4 St. Nicholas Place President 



COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY CHORUS 

WALTER HENRY HALL, Musical Director 
49 Claremont Avenue 

FRANK L. GAUDREAUX, 192 Buckingham Road, Yonkers, N. Y Secretary 

Miss MABEL GRAY, 605 W. 112th Street Treasurer 



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SAINT CECILIA CLUB 

VICTOR HARRIS, Musical Director 
140 W. Fifty-seventh Street 

MRS. LANCASTER MORGAN, 180 W. Fifty-ninth Street President 

Miss KATHERINE LURCH, 100 Fordham Road Vice-President 

MRS. BENJAMIN HALL, 67 Riverside Drive Vice-President 

MRS. JARVIS FAIRCHILD, 137 W. Eleventh Street Secretary 

MRS. THOMAS RUSSELL, 155 W. Fifty-eighth Street Treasurer 



PEOPLE'S SYMPHONY CONCERTS 

FRANZ X. ARENS, Musical Director 
308 W. Fifty-sixth Street 

S. MALLET PREVOST, 30 Broad Street President 

MRS. JOHN R. MACARTHUR, 346 W. Eighty-fourth Street Vice-President 

JOSEPH CARAS, 30 Broad Street Secretary 

ALBERT STRAUSS, 1 William Street Treasurer 



PEOPLE'S SYMPHONY CONCERTS AUXILIARY CLUB 

FRANZ X. ARENS, Musical Director 
308 West Fifty-sixth Street 

ALFONZO GRIEN, 336 E. Seventeenth Street President 

Miss ESTELLA BRODA, 34 W. One Hundred and Thirteenth Street Vice-President 

Miss EDNA M. SEWARD, 32 Union Square, Room 1206 Secretary 

EGMONT H. ARENS, 32 Union Square Treasurer 



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HAARLEM PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 

MRS. EVERETT MENZIES RAYNOR, 

464 E. One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Street President 

MRS. J. S. CARVALHO, Lawrence, Long Island Vice-President 

MRS. THOMAS JACKA, 

144 W. One Hundred and Twentieth Street Pice-President 

MRS. LEONARD A. GIEGERICH, Riverdale, N. Y Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. ELISHA RISLEY RICH, 

209 Abingdon Road, Richmond Hill, L. I Recording Secretary 

MRS. C. VICTOR Twiss, 

419 W. One Hundred and Forty-fourth Street Treasurer 

MRS. ORISON B. SMITH, 690 West End Avenue Chairman of Music 



RUBINSTEIN CLUB 

WILLIAM R. CHAPMAN, Musical Director 

Waldorf-Astoria 
MRS. WILLIAM R. CHAPMAN, Waldorf Astoria President 

MRS. SAMUEL J. KRAMER, 

256 W. One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Street First Vice-President 

MRS. SAMUEL LANE GROSS, 

159 W. Seventy-sixth Street Second Vice-President 

MRS. ALFRED W. COCHRAN, 

101 W. Eighty-fifth Street Third Vice-President 

Miss MARY JORDAN BAKER, 

351 W. One Hundred and Fourteenth Street Secretary and Treasurer 



MOZART SOCIETY 

CARL HAHN, Musical Director 
Hotel San Remo, Central Park West 

MRS. NOBLE MCCONNELL, 495 West End Avenue President 

MRS. HOMER LEE, 551 West End Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. CHARLES STEPHEN KOHLER, 

160 W. One Hundred and Fifth Street Secretary 

MRS. FREDERIC GUSHING STEVENS, 925 Park Avenue Treasurer 



250 NEW YORK 



BEETHOVEN SOCIETY, INC. 

Louis KOEMMENICH, Musical Director 
498 West End Avenue 

MRS. JAMES DANIEL MORTIMER, 

The Apthorp, 390 West End Avenue President 

MRS. SIMON BARUCH, 51 West Seventieth Street Vice-President 

MRS. Louis RALSTON, 206 W. Seventy-ninth Street V ice-President 

MRS. J. EDWARD MASTEN, 111 West Seventieth Street Vice-President 

MRS. W. OTIS FREDENBURG, 313 West Seventy-eighth Street. .. .Vice-President 
MRS. CLAUDE M. RIVERS, Elizabeth, N. J Vice-President 

MRS. OLIVER CROMWELL FIELD, 

601 West One Hundred and Tenth Street Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. DUDLEY VAN HOLLAND, 550 Riverside Drive Recording Secretary 

Miss ELLA L. HENDERSON, 

239 West One Hundred and Twenty-eighth Street Treasurer 



NATIONAL OPERA CLUB OF AMERICA 

MME. KATIIERINE EVANS VON KLENNER, 

952 Eighth Avenue Founder and President 

MME. GIULIO GATTI-CASAZZA (Frances Alda), 

Metropolitan Opera Company . . . Honorary Vice-President 

MME. DE VERB SAPIO, 65 Central Park West Vice-President 

MRS. JOHN KURRUS, 16 W. One Hundred and Twenty-first Street . Vice-President 

MME. BERNICE DE PASQUALE, 788 Riverside Drive Vice-President 

MME. FLORENCE MULFORD HUNT, 50 W. Sixty-seventh Street. . . .V ice-President 

Miss MINNIE TRACY, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music V ice-President 

MRS. GEORGE W. DUNN, 62 Edgecombe Avenue Corresponding Secretary 

Miss KATHRYN T. FENDRICH Assistant Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. SIDNEY I. PRESCOTT, 524 Riverside Drive Treasurer 

MRS. FLORENCE F. JENKINS Historian 



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THE BOHEMIANS 

FRANZ KNEISEL, 327 W. Eighty-fourth Street President 

RUBIN GOLDMARK, 140 West Eighty-seventh Street Vice-President 

AUGUST FRAEMCKE, 122 E. Fifty-eighth Street Vice-President 

LUDWIG MARUM, 317 W. Eighty-third Street Secretary 

SIGMUND HERZOG, 201 W. One Hundred and Eighth Street. .Recording Secretary 
HUGO GRUNWALD, 50 E. Ninety-sixth Street Treasurer 



BANKS GLEE CLUB 

H. R. HUMPHRIES, Musical Director 

Carnegie Hall 

FRANK A. VANDERLIP, 55 Wall Street President 

WILLIAM H. PORTER, 56 E. Sixty-seventh Street Vice-President 

GEORGE B. SCHNEIDER, Bank of Europe Secretary 

R. R. MOORE, 1451 Broadway Treasurer 



SCHUMANN CLUB 

PERCY RECTOR STEPHENS, Conductor 
47 W. Seventy-second Street 

MRS. HENRY F. BURNS, 1289 Dean Street, Brooklyn, N. Y President 

MRS. LUCIEN H. CLARK, 135 Maple Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.. .First Vice-President 

MRS. M. H. FISCHER, Kissena Park, Flushing, L. I Second Vice-President 

Miss HILDA GRACE GELLING, 180 Edgecombe Avenue. . .Secretary and Treasurer 



SINGERS' CLUB 

G. WARING STEBBINS, Musical Director 
1171 Dean Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

FRANK SEYMOUR HASTINGS, 50 W. Fiftieth Street President 

SAMUEL NEILSON HINCKLEY, 25 Broad Street Vice-President 

CHARLES W. WHEELER, 110 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, N. Y Secretary 

WILLARD RICE PLATT, 109 Duane Street Treasurer 



252 NEW YORK 



SOUTHLAND SINGERS 

PHILIP JAMES, Conductor 

1 W. Eighty-second Street 

MME. EMMA A. DAMBMANN, 340 W. Fifty-seventh Street President 

MRS. HAROLD J. MITCHELL, 340 W. Fifty-seventh Street. .Secretary and Treasurer 
Miss MAUDE ADELE HIRT, 340 W. Fifty-seventh Street Assistant Secretary 

MlSS ROSALYNDE SNEDEKER, 

129 Beach Street, East Orange, N. J Recording Secretary 

Miss ANGELINA CAPPELLANO, 

340 W. Fifty-seventh Street Assistant Recording Secretary 

Miss DOROTHEA BRAINARD, 107 W. Eighty-fourth Street Librarian 

Miss ELIZABETH SCHUSTER, 336 W. Eighty-seventh Street .. Assistant Librarian 
Miss BERNICE MAUDSLEY, 104 W. Seventy-ninth Street Accompanist 



ARION SINGING SOCIETY 

CARL HAHN, Conductor 
Hotel San Remo, Central Park West 

DR. Louis HAUPT, 232 E. Nineteenth Street , President 

HENRY STEMME, 45 W. Ninety-sixth Street First Vice-President 

RUDOLPH J. MAYER, 2245 Third Avenue Second Vice-President 

OTTO HOFFMANN, 

Arion Club House, Park Avenue and Fifty-ninth Street Secretary 

DR. F. W. STECHMANN, 173 W. Seventy-ninth Street. .Corresponding Secretary 
BRUNO KETTNER, 

Arion Club House, Park Avenue and Fifty-ninth Street. .Financial Secretary 
F. J. DANIELS, 

Arion Club House, Park Avenue and Fifty-ninth Street Treasurer 



LIEDERKRANZ 

OTTO A. GRAFF, Musical Director 
433 Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WILLIAM FORSTER, 59 Wall Street President 

CHARLES F. PFIZENMAYER, Hotel Leonori Vice-President 

L. L. BREITWIESER, 2703 Bainbridge Avenue Secretary 

EMIL VOGEL, 4294 Park Avenue Treasurer 



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MOZART VEREIN 

CARL HEIN, Musical Director 

128 E. Fifty-eighth Street 

JOSEPH FISCHL, 1442 Third Avenue President 

MAX HUTZMANN, 201 E. Eighty-ninth Street First Vice-President 

EMIL HARTMAN, 401 DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y Second Vice-President 

ADOLF REHMANN, German Hospital Corresponding Secretary 

G. REUTTER, 380 E. One Hundred and Sixty-seventh Street. .Recording Secretary 

A. KOCH, 445 DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y Financial Secretary 

J. LICHTENBERGER, 1566 Avenue A Treasurer 



FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION OF MUSICIANS 

ARTHUR SCOTT BROOK, 9 Union Avenue, Rutherford, N. J President 

Louis J. SAJOUS, 4 W. Twenty-eighth Street Vice-President 

FREDERIC HAROLD LIMPERT, 303 Fifth Avenue Secretary 

EDWARD W. SCHAEFER, 1001 Faile Street Treasurer 



MUSICIANS' CLUB 
WALTER DAMROSCH, 146 E. Sixty-first Street President 

JOHN LLOYD THOMAS, 

Seventh Avenue and Thirty-sixth Street Vice-President 

Louis R. DRESSLER, 8 E. Thirty- fourth Street Secretary 

JOHN M. FULTON, 243 W. Twenty-third Street .Treasurer 

V ABELL, MISS LILLIAN,* pianist (pupil of Harold Bauer) ; leader of Lillian 
Abell Trio; graduate Smith College Department of Music and former mem- 
ber of faculty of Smith College ; Res. 201 W. One Hundred and Eighth Street ; 
summer home, Bristol, Conn. 

ABORN, MILTON AND SARGENT, managers Aborn Opera Company; 
address, 1441 Broadway. 

ADAMS, A. F.,* proprietor Wolfsohn Musical Bureau; artists in concert, 
oratorio and recital ; address, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street. 



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'ADLER, CLARENCE,* concert pianist; (pupil of Godowsky, Reisenauer, 
and Joseffy) ; member faculty Institute of Musical Art ; musical director New 
Synagogue; Res. 154 W. Seventy-second Street. 

ALCOCK, BECHTEL, concert tenor; management Haensel & Jones, Aeolian 
Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

ALCOCK, MERLE TILLOTSON, concert contralto; soloist; New York 
Symphony tour, 1915; management Haensel & Jones, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. 
Forty-second Street. 

ALDA, FRANCES* (Madame Giulio Gatti-Casazza), prima donna soprano 
Metropolitan Opera Company; principal roles: Desdemona, Mimi, Michaela, 
Manon; concert tours in the United States and Canada; address, Metro- 
politan Opera House, 1425 Broadway. 

ALDEN, MISS LOIS MAY,* violinist; piainist; teacher of violin and piano; 
violinist of the Trio of The Garden (violin, harp and piano) ; author "Life 
Studies," "Timothy Titcomb," etc.; Res. 135 W. Sixty-ninth Street; summer 
address, The Garden, Columbia, South Carolina. 

ALDRICH, MADAME MARISKA, mezzo-contralto Metropolitan Opera 
Company, concert tours management of Annie Friedberg, 1425 Broadway. 

ALDRICH, RICHARD, musical editor New York Times ; author "Guide to 
Nibelungen Ring," "Guide to Parsifal"; translator Lili Lehmann's work "How 
to Sing"; Mrs. Richard Aldrich (Margaret Livingston Chandler) ; Res. 317 
W. Seventy-fourth Street ; summer home "Rokeby," Barrytown, N. Y. 

-i ALEXANDER, ARTHUR,* concert tenor; recitals to his own piano accom- 
paniments; address, care M. H. Hanson, 437 Fifth Avenue; Res. 307 W. 
Seventy-ninth Street. 

; ALLEN, MISS JULIA,* prima donna soprano (Royal Opera, Amsterdam) 
and opera houses in Germany and Italy; principal roles: Violetta, Mimi, 
Gilda, Rosina, Marta, Juliet, Marguerite, Filina, Michaela, Lucia, Nedda, 
Lakme, Ophelia, Zerlina and Thais ; concert ; recital ; Res. 325 W. Ninety- 
third Street. 

ALTHOUSE, PAUL,* tenor Metropolitan Opera Company; principal roles 
in "Boris," "Rosenkavalier," "Madame Butterfly," "Pagliacci," "Cavalleria 
Rusticana"; appearances in concert, oratorio, recital; management Haensel 
& Jones, Aeolian Hall; Mrs. Paul Althouse (Elizabeth Breen) ; Res. 645 
West End Avenue. 

ALVES, MRS. CARL,* contralto ; for 10 years America's leading oratorio 
contralto ; soloist Worcester and Cincinnati music festivals ; appearances with 
Boston Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic and all prominent 
societies ; teacher of singing ; Res. 48 W. Ninetieth Street. 



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ALVES, C. WALDEMAR,* teacher of singing; representative for Mrs. 
Carl Alves ; Res. 48 W. Ninetieth Street. 

AMATO, PASQUALE,* opera and concert baritone; member Metropolitan 
Opera Company since 1908 ; principal roles : lago, Falstaff , Baron Scarpia, 
Figaro, Rigoletto, Tonio ; sings in five languages ; one of the most successful 
singers of the generation ; address, Metropolitan Opera House ; summers in 
Europe. 

ANDERSON, MISS GRACE,* accompanist; teacher of piano; originator of 
the "Accompanist Recitals" to show the art of accompanying; Res. 176 W. 
Eighty-seventh Street. 

ANDERSON, WALTER,* manager of artists in concert, oratorio, and recital ; 
office, 171 W. Fifty-seventh Street. 

ANDERTON, MISS MARGARET,* concert pianist; harpsichordist; or- 
ganizer of unique co-artist concerts preceded by program notes ; lecture- 
recitals ; limited number pupils accepted ; studio, 832 Carnegie Hall. 

ANDREWS, ADDISON F.,* church choir agent ; head of Andrews Bureau ; 
founder and vice-president Manuscript Society of New York ; composer 
anthems, songs, and part-songs for male, women and mixed voices ; office, 
39 W. Thirty-second Street; Mrs. Addison F. Andrews (Ella Reed); Res. 
The Belnord ; summer address, Williamstown, Mass. 

V ANDREWS, J. WARREN, concert organist ; teacher of organ and theory ; 
composer works for piano, organ, anthems, songs; organist and choirmaster 
Church of the Divine Paternity; studio 4 W. Seventy-sixth Street; Mrs. J. 
Warren Andrews (Addie M. Breed) ; Res. 2 First Street, Weehawken 
Heights, N. J. 

ARENS, EGMONT HEGEL, manager People's Symphony Concerts and 
People's Symphony Club ; correspondent for music, drama and art ; address, 
32 Union Square, E. 

ARENS, FRANZ X.,* musical director People's Symphony Concerts ; teacher 
of vocal art ; composer "Symphonic Fantasy," songs, choruses ; author "My 
Vocal Method"; Mrs. Franz X. Arens (Emma L. Huegel) ; Res. 308 W. 
Fifty-sixth Street; summer home, Parkdale, Oregon. 

ARMSTRONG, LEWIS W.,* concert baritone; lecturer; teacher of sing- 
ing; Mrs. Lewis W. Armstrong (Mary Morgan) ; Res. 570 W. One Hundred 
and Eighty-third Street. 

ARMSTRONG, MISS MARY CHONTRELLE, teacher of piano ; excellent 
results training teachers ; address, Suite 100, Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street 
and Seventh Avenue. 



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ARNOLD, RICHARD,* violinist; teacher of violin; member board of 
directors, New York Philharmonic Society; president Tonkiinstler Society; 
conductor New York Arion Orchestra; Mrs. Richard Arnold (Marie Heynau) ; 
Res. 208 E. Sixty-first Street. 

AUGSTEIN, WILHELM,* teacher of singing; formerly associated with 
Frank King Clark in Berlin ; authorized master of the Clark method ; graduate 
Royal Academy of Music in Berlin and Paris Conservatoire; Mrs. Wilhelm 
Augstein (Alberta Carina) ; studio, Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broad- 
way; Res. 515 W. One Hundred and Eleventh Street. 

AULD, MADAME GERTRUDE,* lyric soprano; concert and opera; prin- 
cipal roles: Marguerite, Mimi, Lucia, Gilda; has also achieved success in 
works of the modern Russian school ; successful concert appearances ; man- 
agement, Musicians' Concert Direction, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second 
Street. 

v AUSTIN, MISS FLORENCE,* concert violinist; lecture-recitals; teacher 
of violin; Res. 133 E. Thirty-fourth Street. 

X AVERILL, PERRY,* concert and operatic baritone; teacher of singing; Res. 
220 W. Fifty-ninth Street; summer home, "The Chalet," Onteora Club, The 
Catskills, Greene Co., N. Y. 

AYER-SEYMOUR, MRS. HARRIET,* pianist ; lecturer ; teacher of normal 
classes and children ; head piano department Music School Settlement ; author 
"How to Think Music" ; Res. 1 14 E. Eighty-fourth Street. 

BABCOCK, CHARLOTTE (Mrs. E. C. Babcock), director International 
Musical and Educational Agency, securing positions in concert, church choir, 
schools and colleges ; office, Carnegie Hall, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-seventh 
Street; Res. West Orange, N. J. 

BACHELLER, MRS. WILLIS, teacher of singing ; Res. 22 E. Thirty-third 
Street. 

BACKUS-BEHR, MRS. ELLA,* teacher of piano and voice; teacher of 
Marie Tillotson Alcock, contralto ; and Bechtel Alcock, tenor ; residence-studio, 
4 W. Ninety-first Street. 

BACKUS, ORRIN,* director concert tours, exclusively representing Madame 
Jeanne Jomelli ; Res. 308 W. Ninety-seventh Street. 

BACON, JOHN A., representative Loudon Charlton Musical Bureau; office, 
Carnegie Hall, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-seventh Street. 



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BAGBY, ALBERT MORRIS, director Bagby Morning Musicales; pianist; 
author "Miss Traumerei," musical articles in literary magazines ; Res. Waldorf- 
Astoria. 

BAKER, CHARLES A., pianist ; accompanist ; coaching in opera, oratorio 
and lieder ; organist and choirmaster St. Paul's M. E. Church ; Mrs. Charles 
A. Baker (Avleta Perry) ; Res. 292 W. Ninety-second Street. 

BAKER, MISS ELSIE,* concert contralto; management Winton & Living- 
ston, Aeolian Hall; Res. 244 Riverside Drive. 

BALDWIN, MRS. ADELE LAEIS,* concert contralto; teacher of diction 
and singing ; soloist Marble Collegiate Church ; vice-president National Asso- 
ciation Teachers of Singing ; treasurer Musical Blue Book Corporation ; studio, 
915 Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenue; summer address, 
Bernardsville, N. J. 

/ BALDWIN, SAMUEL A.,* professor of music, College of the City of New 
York ; concert organist ; composer symphony, suite and overtures for orchestra, 
songs, anthems, choral works; Res. 611 W. One Hundred and Thirty-seventh 
Street. 

BAMBRICK, MISS WINIFRED,* concert harpist; address, care M. H. 
Hanson, 437 Fifth Avenue. 

BAMMAN, MISS CATHERINE A.,* manager of distinguished artists in 
concert, oratorio and recital; office, 35 W. Thirty-ninth Street. 

BARBER, WILLIAM H., concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; musical director 
Ingleside School, New Milford, Conn.; Mrs. William H. Barber (Felicitas, 
Baroness von Oertzen) ; Res. 1076 Anderson Avenue. 

f BARNOLT, MADAME LOUISE,* concert and operatic contralto ; Res. 202 
W. One Hundred and Third Street ; summer address, "Silver Lake," Brandon, 
Vermont. 

BARONI, ALICE KRAFT* (Mrs. Henri M. Barren), coloratura soprano; 
concert and opera ; principal roles : Lucia, Gilda, Felina, Marta, Violetta, Mar- 
guerite, Lakme, etc. ; appearances with Royal Italian Opera Company and 
San Carlos Opera Company; pupils accepted; Res. 602 W. One Hundred 
and Thirty-ninth Street. 

BARRERE, GEORGE, concert flutist; solo flute New York Symphony Or- 
chestra; teacher of flute; founder and leader Barrere Ensemble; member of 
Trio de Lutece; composer "Nocturne" (flute and piano); "Chanson d'Au- 
tomne" (voice and piano) ; contributor (S.I.M.) Revue Musicale (Paris) ; 
Mrs. George Barrere (Michelette Burani) ; Res. 135 W. One Hundred and 
Fourth Street. 



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BARRON, HENRI M.,* lyric tenor; concert and opera; (pupil of Vannuc- 
cini and Lombardi) ; principal roles: Faust, Lionel, Johnson, Edgardo, The 
Duke ("Rigoletto") and 20 others; appearances with Savage Company in 
"The Girl of the Golden West," Century Opera Company and Bispham Con- 
cert Company; Mrs. Henri M. Barron (Alice Kraft Baroni) ; Res. 602 W. 
One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Street. 

BARTLETT, HOMER NEWTON,* concert organist; pianist; composer 
works for piano, organ, orchestra, chamber music, operas, oratorios ; over 70 
songs, many of them sung by prominent singers in America and Europe; 
address, Musicians' Club, 62 W. Forty-fifth Street. 

BAUER, MISS EMILIE FRANCES,* music critic; journalist; lecturer; 
New York representative Musical Leader of Chicago; Res. 251 W. Ninety-fifth 
Street. 
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BAUER, HAROLD, disinguished pianist; in America 1915-1916; manage- 
ment Loudon Charlton ; address, Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh 
Avenue. 

| BAUER, MISS MARION,* pianist ; teacher of piano and theory ; composer 
"Star Trysts," "Over the Hills," "Light," other songs, "Up the Ocklawaha" 
(for violin) ; Res. 251 W. Ninety-fifth Street. 

'BAYERLEE, MADAME JOHANNA L.,* teacher of the art of singing; 
assistant for several years to Professor Julius Stockhausen of Frankfort-on- 
the Main, Germany ; Res. 502 W. One Hundred and Thirteenth Street. 

* BECKER, GUSTAV L.,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer 25 works for 
piano, 20 songs, chamber music, graded courses for piano students, song 
cycle on 20 verses from "The Rubaiyat" ; author numerous articles on "Peda- 
gogy," "Piano Technic," etc., published in musical papers ; studios, Steinway 
Hall, 109 E. Fourteenth Street, and 114 W. Seventy-second Street; Mrs. 
Gustav L. Becker (Fanny Granger Dow) ; Res. 516 W. One Hundred and 
Forty-third Street. 

BEDDOE, DAN, concert tenor; oratorio; management Wolfsohn Musical 
Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street. 

BEEBE, MISS CAROLYN,* concert pianist; appearances with Kneisel 
Quartet, Olive Mead Quartet, Barrere Ensemble, Longy Ensemble, etc. ; 
founder and leader of The New York Chamber Music Society, of piano, 
string and wind instruments ; address, Hotel Wellington, Seventh Avenue and 
Fifty-fifth Street. 

BEHNNE, HARRIET M. (Madame K. G. Spiekerman), soprano Royal 
Opera (London), Opera Comique (Berlin), Royal Opera (Dresden and Han- 
over) ; original Suzuki in English production of "Madame Butterfly," under 
management Henry W. Savage; teacher of singing German Conservatory of 
New York; Res. 215 W. Eightieth Street. 



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BEHRENS, MADAME CECILE M.,* concert pianist; recitals; ensemble; 
pianist Alexander Saslavsky Quartet; teacher of piano; assistant to the late 
Dr. William Mason; Res. 158 W. Eighty-first Street; summer address, Elbe- 
ron, N. J. 

BELL, MRS. MARGARET WARD,* teacher of singing (formerly of Paris), 
professional coaching; repetoire; residence-studio, 59 W. Thirty-seventh 
Street. 

BELLOWS, J. McCLURE, teacher of singing; impresario; for 3 years music 
critic St. Paul (Minn.) Dispatch; composer 2 festival hymns; contributor to 
leading musical periodicals; managed tour 1915-1916 Gatty Sellars, concert 
organist ; address, Army and Navy Club, 107 W. Forty-third Street ; summer 
address, Hartford, Conn. - 

BENHAM, VICTOR, concert pianist, composer, symphonies, concertos, 
sonatas, songs ; address, care Steinway & Sons, 107 E. Fourteenth Street ; 
European residence, Steinway Hall, London, England. 

BENNECHE, MADAME FRIDA,* coloratura soprano ; concert tours ; opera 
(Hamburg, Germany) ; principal roles: Queen of the Night ("Magic Flute"), 
Philina ("Mignon"), Violetta ("Traviata"), Frau Fluth ("Merry Wives of 
Windsor"), Susanne ("Marriage of Figaro") ; Res. Hotel Wellington, Seventh 
Avenue and Fifty-fifth Street. 

BENOIST, ANDRE,* pianist ; accompanist ; personal representative and 
accompanist for Albert Spalding; formerly with Lillian Nordica, Luisa 
Tetrazzini, Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Fritz Kreisler, Mischa Elman, Efrem 
Zimbalist, Pablo Casals, Jean Gerardy, etc. ; office, Aeolian Hall ; Res. Hotel 
Grenoble. 

BERGH, ARTHUR, conductor musical concerts 1911-14; composer of 
about 70 published works, including settings for "The Raven" and "The 
Pied Piper of Hamelin"; president Majestic Phonograph Company, Inc.; Mrs. 
Arthur Bergh (Geraldyne Peck) ; Res. 200 W. Fifty-fourth Street. 

BERNE, ALEXANDER,* concert pianist ; pupil of Joseffy ; member Board of 
Governors Pleiades Club of New York; ex-president Newark (N. J.) Musi- 
cians' Club; studio, Metropolitan Opera House Building, 1425 Broadway; 
Res. 11 Gouverneur Street, Newark, N. J. 

BERRY, BENJAMIN,* concert tenor; oratorio; recital; soloist Broadway 
Presbyterian Church; teacher of singing; Mrs. Benjamin Berry (Viola Van 
Orden), concert mezzo-contralto; Res. 601 W. One Hundred and Fourteenth 
Street. 



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^ BEST, ALFRED M.,* president Choral Art Club of Brooklyn ; address, 100 
William Street. 

BETTY LEE BUREAU OF LYCEUM ENTERTAINERS, THE,* George 
F. Curtis, manager ; managers of artists in vocal, instrumental orchestral music, 
children's entertainers, readers, impersonators, dancers, specialties, etc. ; ad- 
dress, 1493 Broadway. 

BIGELOW, MISS DOROTHY,* lyric soprano ; concert ; musicale ; operetta ; 
recital ; pupil of Mrs. C. Howard Royall ; Res. 63 E. Eighty-second Street. 

BIMBONI, ALBERTO,* musical director and coach for French and Italian 
opera and recitals ; associated for fourteen years with Luigi Vannuccini and 
Vincenzo Lombardi, in Florence, Italy; musical director "The Girl of The 
Golden West," tour 1911-12; chorus master Manhattan Opera (Hammerstein) 
Company and Century Opera Company, 1913-14; accompanist for Ysaye, 
Felia Litvinne, Bonci, Battistini, Spalding, Thomson, etc. ; Res. 316 W. Ninety- 
fifth Street. 

BISBEE, MISS GENEVIEVE,* pianist; teacher of piano (Leschetizky 
method) ; address, Carnegie Hall. 

* BISPHAM, DAVID,* concert and operatic baritone ; formerly with Metro- 
politan Opera Company ; noted for his Wagnerian impersonations ; extended 
concert tours ; first eminent singer to give All-English recital programs ; leader 
in movement for Opera in English ; presented "Beethoven" and other musical 
plays; featured recitations to music: "Robert of Sicily," "The Raven," etc.; 
ex-president Musicians' Club of New York; a director Musical Blue Book 
Corporation ; Res. 44 W. Forty-fourth Street ; summer home Rowayton, Conn. 

BLANCHARD, MISS OCTAVE,* concert coloratura-lyric soprano; oratorio; 
recital ; address, Hotel Endicott, Columbus Avenue and Eighty-first Street. 

BLOCK, ALEXANDER, concert violinist; (pupil of Auer and Sevcik) ; 
formerly concertmeister Tiflis Symphony Orchestra, Tiflis, Russia ; teacher 
of violin ; author "The Principles and Practice of Bowing" ; Mrs. Alexander 
Bloch (Blanche Bloch) ; Res. 790 Riverside Drive. 

BOGERT, WALTER L., president National Association Teachers of Sing- 
ing ; vice-president and chairman Music Committee MacDowell Club of New- 
York ; baritone ; lecture-recitals ; teacher of singing ; studio, Aeolian Hall, 33 
W. Forty-second Street; Res. 130 Claremont Avenue. 

x BOICE, MRS. HENRY SMOCK,* teacher of singing; studios: 65 Central 
Park West. 

BOICE, MISS SUSAN,* concert soprano; recitals; teacher of singing; 
breathing ; repertoire in four languages ; studios 65 Central Park West. 



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BOONE, JAMES O.,* manager Criterion Musical Bureau, 810 Carnegie 
Hall; tenor soloist St. James M. E. Church, New York; (pupil of Dudley 
Buck, Joseph Regneas and Arthur D. Woodruff) ; conductor R. R. Y. M. C. 
A. Glee Club and Polytechnic (Brooklyn) ; member University Glee Club, 
Musicians Club of New York, and Georgian Society of the City of New 
York ; Res. 60 W. Seventy-sixth Street. 

BOS, COENRAAD V.,* concert pianist ; accompanist ; coach ; accompanist 
for Dr. Ludwig (12 years), Julia Culp (4 years), Joachim, Sarasate, Sauret, 
Albert Spalding, Ondricek, Elena Gerhardt, Frieda Hempel, Van Rooy, 
Schumann-Heink, etc.; Res. Hotel Albemarle, 203 W. Fifty-fourth Street; 
European address, Rudesheimerplatz 10, Berlin, Germany. 

BOTTA, LUCA,* tenor Metropolitan Opera Company ; principal roles : 
Cavaradossi, Pinkerton, Turriddu, Rudolpho, Alfredo, The Duke ("Rigo- 
letto"), etc.; leading tenor at La Scala (Milan) and Teatro Colon (Buenos 
Aires) ; concert tours; management Spizzi & Campanari, 220 W. Forty-second 
Street. 

BOWES, CHARLES,* concert basso; teacher of singing; 6 years in Paris 
studying with Oscar Seagle and Jean de Reszke; assistant teacher to Seagle 
and later to de Reszke ; Res. 601 Madison Avenue. 

BOWMAN, MISS BEATRICE,* concert and operatic coloratura soprano; 
principal roles : Lucia, Gilda, Juliette, Lakme, Rosina, Violetta, Filina, Susanna, 
etc. ; concert appearances in America and Europe ; Res. 1 W. Fifty-sixth Street. 

BOWMAN, MRS. GRACE HALLAM,* pianist; teacher of piano (pupil of 
Miltonella Beardsley, exponent of Joseffy method) ; Res. 204 W. Eighty-fifth 
Street. 

BRADFORD, JAMES C.,* pianist accompanist ; coach ; manager of artists ; 
assistant director Ocean Grove Auditorium; director Broadway Theatre Or- 
chestra (New York City) ; manager and director for orchestras, symphony and 
oratorio performances ; Res. 607 W. One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Street ; 
summer address, Ocean Grove Auditorium, Ocean Grove, N. J. 

BRADLEY, MISS LILLIAN E.,* concert soprano; recitals; author and 
composer of song "Without You, Sweetheart" ; Res. 245 W. Fifty-first Street ; 
summer address, Paul Smith's, Adirondack Mountains, N. Y. 

BRADY, WILLIAM S.,* teacher of singing; many successful pupils; Res. 
154 W. Seventy-second Street. 

BRAMHALL, MRS. ANSON DUDLEY, director Tuesday Salon (Sub- 
scription Concerts at Sherry's), December to April, inclusive; Res. 784 Park 
Avenue. 

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BRANSCOMBE, GENA (Mrs. John Ferguson Tenney), composer "A Lute 
of Jade," "The Sun Dial" (cycles), "Boot and Saddle," "The Sleep Fairy," 
"I Sing the Battle," many other popular songs in repertoire of celebrated 
singers ; Res. 1 W. Eighty-second Street. 

\[ BRASLAU, MISS SOPHIE, contralto Metropolitan Opera Company; con- 
cert tours; Res. 135 W. One Hundred and Eighteenth Street. 

BRAUN, CARL, leading German basso Metropolitan Opera Company, dis- 
tinguished Wagnerian singer ; concert appearances ; address, Metropolitan 
Opera Company, 1425 Broadway. 

BRAUN, FRANK,* pianist ; accompanist ; appearances Sunday Night Con- 
certs Metropolitan Opera House and tours with distinguished artists ; Res. 
76 W. Sixty-eighth Street. 

x BREAD Y, MRS. GEORGE LEE,* pianist; lectures; opera recitals at the 
piano ("The Story and the Music") ; special programs of Wagnerian music 
dramas; teacher of piano and theory; Res. 981 Madison Avenue. 

,j BRENEMAN, KARL, teacher of singing; repertoire for opera, concert, 
recital and oratorio; Res. 15 W. Sixty-seventh Street. 

BRENSKA, ZABETTA* (Mrs. Paul Althouse), mezzo-contralto; concert; 
oratorio ; recital ; Res. 645 West End Avenue ; summer address, Raquette 
Lake, N. Y. 

BRIDEWELL, CARRIE* (Mrs. L. C. Benedict), concert and operatic con- 
tralto ; engagements with Metropolitan Opera Company, Manhattan Opera 
Company, Vienna Court Opera, Covent Garden (London), and opera houses in 
Breslau, Olmutz and Dresden ; principal roles : Ortrud, Amneris, Azucena, 
Orpheus, Dalilah, Fricka, Waltraute, Erda, etc. ; concert tours in America ; 
address, Neponset, Long Island. 

' BRISTOL, FREDERICK E.,* teacher of singing; many distinguished pupils 
in opera and concert ; studio, 143 W. Forty-second Street ; Res. 127 W. Eighty- 
secpnd Street; summer address, Harrison, Maine. 

: BROCKWAY, HOWARD, concert pianist ; limited number of pupils ; com- 
poser, Symphony D Major (orchestra) ; Sylvan Suite (orchestra) ; sonata for 
violin and piano ; suite for 'cello and orchestra ; piano pieces ; choral works ; 
songs ; orchestral works performed by Boston Symphony and other orchestras ; 
Mrs. Howard Brockway (Katharine Engs Bradford) ; Res. 317 W. Ninety- 
second Street. 

H BROMBERG, EDWARD, concert baritone ; recitals ; special programs with 
lectures on the folk and modern music of Russia ; soloist Church St. Mary 
the Virgin ; teacher of singing ; Res. 138 W. Ninety-first Street. 

BRON, JOSCHA, concert violinist; management R. E. Johnston, 1451 
Broadway ; Res. 23 E. Fifty-seventh Street. 



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BROUNOFF, PLATON,* baritone; pianist (graduate Imperial Conserva- 
tory, Petrograd) ; lecturer New York Board of Education; recitals on Russian 
and Oriental music; conductor Russian Choral Society; composer American 
Indian Opera "Romona" ; symphonies : "Titanic," "Russia," and "Zion" ; can- 
tatas : "Angel," "The Glory of God," etc. ; teacher of singing ; teacher of Alma 
Gluck, Herbert Witherspoon, Joseph Turin, etc. ; Res. 147 W. One Hundred 
and Eleventh Street. 

BROWN, MISS MAY LAIRD, teacher of lyric diction; authorized ex- 
ponent of the method of the late Dora Duty Jones of London ; contributor to 
musical and literary magazines ; Res. 1 W. Eighty-ninth Street. 

{/ BRUCHHAUSEN, CARL,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; leader Bruch- 
hausen Trio; Mrs. Carl Bruchhausen (Helen Ryan); Res. 163 E. Ninetieth 
Street. 

BRYANT, MISS ROSE, concert contralto; Res. 584 W. One Hundred 
and Fifty-second Street. 

4 BUCK, DUDLEY, tenor; teacher of singing; Mrs. Dudley Buck (Helen 
Babcock) ; Res. 203 W. Eighty-first Street. 

y BUCKHOUT, MADAME,* concert soprano; soloist Holy Trinity P. E. 
Church (many American composers have dedicated songs to Madame Buck- 
hout) ; Res. 265 Central Park West. 

y BUELL, DON CARLOS, choirmaster Mt. Morris Baptist Church; tenor; 
teacher of singing; also a lawyer, admitted to practice in New York State 
Supreme Court; Mrs. Don Carlos Buell (Lucy Lucetta Hall) ; Res. 92 Morn- 
ingside Avenue, E. ; summer address, "Constantia," Oswego, N. Y. 

> BUELL, LEON LESTER,* bass baritone; concerts; Res. 620 W. One 
Hundred and Thirty-fifth Street. 

BULL, MISS VERA L.,* secretary to Miss Florence L. Pease, manager of 
concert artists; office, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street; Res. 114 Pierrepont Street, 
Brooklyn. 

BURDETT, JOHN L.,* pianist ; organist ; enthusiastic amateur and patron 
of music; formerly treasurer Composers' Choral Association, under E. Agra- 
monti ; president for 2 years Manuscript Society ; official position paymaster 
New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company ; address, Room 1629 
Grand Central Terminal; Res. 104 W. Forty-ninth Street. 

v BURMEISTER, RICHARD, concert pianist; teacher of piano; composer 
Piano Concerto in D minor, "The Chase After Fortune" (symphonic poem), 
"The Sisters" (ballad for contralto and orchestra), orchestral arrangements 
of Liszt's Concerto Pathetique and Chopin's F Minor Concerto ; address, care 
Musical Courier, 439 Fifth Avenue ; European Res., Dahlem, Berlin, Germany. 



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BURT, MISS MARY FIDELIA, director Burt School, sight singing, ear 
training, normal courses; coach for church singers; studio, 1201 Carnegie 
Hall; Res. 1202 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BURTIS, MISS MARY H.,* manager of concert artists; head of National 
Entertainment Exchange ; lecturer ; address, 21 Bible House; Res. 612 W. One 
Hundred and Thirty-seventh Street. 

BUZZI-PECCIA, A.,* teacher of the art of singing; teacher of Alma Gluck; 
composer operas, symphonic poems and songs; Res. 33 W. Sixty-seventh 
Street. 

CADY, MISS HARRIETTS,* concert pianist ; teacher for advanced pupils ; 
recitals with comments on composers and compositions, entire Chopin pro- 
grams and programs by Russian composers ; composer and arranger of music 
for the piano and strings; works include: "Song of the Volga" (piano), "Song 
of the Volga" (violin and piano), Berceuse Oriental (piano, 'cello and harp) ; 
Res. 601 Madison Avenue ; summer address, Sag Harbor, L. I. 

CAMPANARI, GIUSEPPE,* distinguished baritone; formerly with the 
Metropolitan Opera Company ; principal roles : Figaro, Count di Luna, Valen- 
tine, Alfio, Tonio, etc. ; teacher of singing ; residence-studio, 668 West End 
Avenue. 

CAMPBELL, CRAIG,* concert tenor; oratorio; recital; light opera (engage- 
ments "The Love Cure" and leading tenor in "Fire Fly" with Emma Tren- 
tini) ; Res. Hotel Bellclaire, Broadway and Seventy-seventh Street; permanent 
address, The Lambs' Club. 

. CAMPBELL, JOHN,* concert tenor (management Haensel & Jones) ; solo- 
ist New York Symphony Orchestra Festival Tour (1915); soloist Marble 
Collegiate Church; leading tenor Hammerstein's Grand Opera Company; 
teacher of singing; Mrs. John Campbell (Catherine Chambers); Res. 130 
Claremont Avenue. 

^CARINA, ALBERTA* (Madame Wilhelm Augstein, nee Gehman), opera 
and concert soprano ; prima donna Komische Opera, Berlin, and Elberfield 
Municipal Opera House ; pupil of Mile. Martini and Leon Melchissedec of the 
Paris Grand Opera and Paris Conservatory of Music ; special coach in diction 
and interpretation of French, German, Italian and English opera and concert 
repertoire; address, Metropolitan Opera House Building, 1425 Broadway. 

X CARL, WILLIAM C.,* Mus. Doc., concert organist; founder and musical 
director Guilmant Organ School ; president Guilmant Club ; organist and choir- 
master "Old First" Presbyterian Church ; a founder of the American Guild of 
Organists; member of the French Academy (Paris) and Alliance Franchise; 
Res. 44 W. Twelfth Street. 

CARSON, MISS MARY, concert soprano; Res. Hotel Grenoble, Seventh 
Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street. 



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CARTER, ERNEST,* formerly organist and choirmaster American Church 
in Berlin ; lecturer on music and choirmaster Princeton University ; composer 
"The Blonde Donna" (opera comique), string quartet, symphonic suite, songs 
and anthems; Airs. Ernest Carter (Laura Hoe); Res. 150 W. Fifty-eighth 
Street ; summer home, Wallack Point, Stamford, Conn. 

CARTER, MISS MARION,* concert soprano; recital and church work; 
teacher of singing; Res. 51 Hamilton Place. 

CARUSO, ENRICO, leading tenor Metropolitan Opera Company, principal 
roles : Rhadames, Canio, Mario, Faust, Des Grieux, Rudolpho, Raoul, John- 
son, Enzo, Manrico, Duke of Mantua, Ricardo; occasional appearances in gala 
concerts, or concerts for charity ; Res. Hotel Knickerbocker. 

CASALS, PABLO, world-famous 'cellist; appearances with all leading or- 
chestras ; management Loudon Charlton, Carnegie Hall ; Mrs. Pablo Casals 
(Susan Metcalfe) ; Res. New Rochelle, N. Y. 

CASE, MISS ANNA, soprano Metropolitan Opera Company; concert tours; 
Res. 225 West End Avenue. 

'/ CHAFFIN, LUCIEN G., organist ; composer church anthems, pieces for 
piano and organ ; reviser and editor of manuscripts for publication ; Res. 331 
W. Fiftieth Street. 

CHALMERS, DONALD,* concert basso ; Res. 165 W. Eighty-third Street. 

- CHALMERS, THOMAS,* concert and opera baritone ; leading baritone 
Boston Grand Opera Company ; principal roles : Scarpia, Marcello, Sharpless, 
Escamillo, Valentine, Germont, Amonasro, Manfredo, Tonio, etc. ; concert 
appearances; Mrs. Thomas Chalmers (Vilma Fiorelli) ; Res. 102 W. Ninety- 
third Street. 

,' CHAPIN, SAM DYER, organist and choirmaster P. E. Church of the 
Epiphany ; Res. 143 E. Thirty-fifth Street ; summer address, Verona Beach, 
Oneida County, N. Y. 

CHAPMAN, MADAME MARGARET,* concert soprano ; (pupil of Sbriglia 
and Emil Bourgeois, chef d'orchestra and maitre de chante of Opera Comique, 
Paris) ; teacher of singing; coaching in French, German and Italian opera and 
songs; Res. Hotel Wellington, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-fifth Street; sum- 
mer address, "Eagle Bend," Clinton, Tenn. 

N CHAPMAN, WILLIAM ROGERS,* musical director Rubinstein Club; 
Maine Music Festivals ; composer "Te Deum," anthems, songs, piano composi- 
tions; Mrs. William Rogers Chapman (Emma L. Faulkner), president Rubin- 
stein Club ; Res. Waldorf-Astoria ; summer home, Bethel, Maine. 

CHARLTON, LOUDON,* manager distinguished artists in concert, recital 
and oratorio ; office, Carnegie Hall ; Res. 1 West Sixty- fourth Street. 



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CHARMBURY, WALTER* (Sinfonian), concert pianist; soloist with Mes- 
dames Gadski (2 seasons), Rappold and Metzger, and Messrs. Scotti and 
Whitehill ; president Peabody Club of Washington, D. C. ; formerly director of 
music Hood College (Frederick, Md.) ; teacher of piano; studio, 250 W. 
Eighty-seventh Street ; summer address, Hanover, Pa. 

CHASE, MISS HELEN FRANCES, pianist; concert accompanist; teacher 
of piano, singing, repertoire and opera ; musical director grand opera in the 
Public Schools ; Res. 6 W. Ninety-eighth Street. 

CHEATHAM, MISS KITTY,* singer and interpreter of a new musical 
literature ; adapter of foreign literature and writer ; Res. 274 Madison Avenue. 

x) CHENEY, MRS. MARY,* Welsh-American soprano; costume recitals; songs 
of Wales ; three centuries of English Ballads ; studio-residence, 500 Carnegie 
Hall, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street. 

\ CHITTENDEN, MISS KATE S.,* teacher of piano ; lecturer ; dean of 
faculty American Institute of Applied Music; vice-president American Insti- 
tute of Applied Music; president Metropolitan College of Music; president 
Synthetic Guild of Piano Teachers; head of piano department Vassar Col- 
lege ( Poughkeepsie, N. Y.) ; co-author of Synthetic Method of Piano Play- 
ing and numerous technical works; Res. 212 W. Fifty-ninth Street; summer 
address, Murray Bay, Province of Quebec, Canada. 

CHOLLET, MISS RENATA,* prima donna soprano; operatic appearances 
in Europe ; prima donna Dal Verme, Milan, Italy ; principal roles : Mimi, Mar- 
guerite, Michaela, Leila (Pecheurs de Perles), Desdemona, Gilda, Violetta, 
Manon (Massenet), Nedda, etc.; available for concerts; accepts pupils; Res. 
610 W. One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Street; European address, 41 Via 
Mario, Pagano, Milan, Italy. 

CISNEROS, ELEONORA de* (Countess Eleanora de Cisneros), prima 
donna mezzo-soprano Chicago Opera Company (4 seasons), Metropolitan 
Opera Company (2 seasons), Manhattan Opera House (3 seasons), Covent 
Garden, London (7 seasons), La Scala, Milan (2 seasons); engagements at 
other principal European opera houses and Australia; Res. The Gregorian, 
W. Thirty-fifth Street; European address, 51 Avenue Montaigne, Paris, 
France. 

^ CLAY, BESSIE, teacher of singing in all its branches ; pupil of Shakespeare 
and Lamperti ; diaphragmatic breathing, tone production, interpretation and 
repertoire ; permanent address, 560 West End Avenue. 

^ CLOUDMAN, WILLIAM H., representative Concert Direction ; M. H. 
Hanson ; address, 437 Fifth Avenue. 



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COBB, MAY MARSHALL* (Mrs. Leonard M. Cobb), soprano soloist West 
End Presbyterian Church ; member New York Festival Quartette ; Res. Hotel 
Clendening, 202 W. One Hundred and Third Street (see Pittsburgh, Pa.). 

COCHRAN, MISS ELEANORE,* dramatic soprano; concert, opera and 
oratorio : Res. 33 W. Sixty-seventh Street, care Eleanor McLellan. 

>*, 

COEN, MISS LINA, pianist ; accompanist ; official accompanist for Leon 
Rothier, basso of leading French and Italian roles, Metropolitan Opera 
Company; Res. 129 W. Sixty-fourth Street. 

COLE, MISS GRACE, lyric soprano; concert, opera and oratorio; engage- 
ments for three years in the leading opera houses of Italy ; Res. 73 W. Sixty- 
eighth Street. 

COLEMAN, MISS VERNETTA E., teacher of singing and ear-training, 
sight singing and musical dictation ; instructor at Institute of Musical Art 
(Frank Damrosch, director) ; formerly assistant supervisor of music New 
York Public Schools ; studio, Carnegie Hall ; summer address, Willington, 
Conn. 

COLLINS, MISS LAURA SEDGWICK,* singer ; pianist ; reader; director; in- 
structor ; first woman pupil of Dvorak ; only woman charter member of Manu- 
script Society ; exponent of the School of Singing founded by Frank de Rialp ; 
president Society Alumni American Academy of Dramatic Arts ; chairman of 
Music, Cast and Badges for New York City Shakespeare Tercentenary ; com- 
poser of music to "Electra," "Pygmalion and Galatea" ; author and composer 
"Hail! Gentle Peace!", "Empire State Song." etc.; Res. Hotel Chelsea, 222 
W. Twenty-third Street. 

CONE, MISS CAROLYN,* concert pianist; successful recital artist; ex- 
clusive management Musicians' Concert Direction, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty- 
second Street. 

CONKLIN, MRS. SIBYL,* concert and operatic contralto ; engagements 
in Germany, Austria and England ; principal roles : Carmen, Amneris, Ortrud, 
Azucena, Fricka, Erda, etc. ; Res. 610 W. One Hundred and Forty-first Street. 

CONTI, ARNALDO,* teacher of singing; coach for opera singers; composer 
songs, suites for orchestra, etc. ; conductor Open Air Performances Metropoli- 
tan Opera Company at the City College Stadium ; formerly musical director 
Boston Opera Company ; studio, 70 Park Avenue. 

CONWAY, PATRICK,* conductor Conway's Band (engagements Panama 
Pacific Exposition, San Francisco ; Canadian National Exhibition, Willow 
Grove, Philadelphia (9 seasons) ; Pittsburgh Exhibition ; Atlantic City (7 sea- 
sons) ; Central Park, New York; other principal cities in the United States; 
makes records for Victor Talking Machine ; address, 219 W. Forty-sixth 
Street. 



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COOMBS, C. WHITNEY,* organist and choirmaster St. Luke's Church 
(Manhattan) ; composer of songs: "Her Rose," "Four Leaf Clover," "In the 
Dark in the Dew" ; cantatas : "Vision of St. John," "First Christmas," "An- 
cient Days" ; Res. 18 Hamilton Terrace. 

COOPER, CHARLES,* concert pianist; appearances in the leading cities 
of Europe and United States; management Florence L. Pease, 1 W. Thirty- 
fourth Street; teacher of piano; Mrs. Charles Cooper (Pearl Tuttle) ; Res. 61 
W. Forty-eighth Street. 

COPLEY, RICHARD, representative Wolfsohn Musical Bureau; address, 
1 W. Thirty-fourth Street. 

COPPICUS, F. C.,* concert manager Metropolitan Opera Company; address, 
Metropolitan Opera House, Broadway and Thirty-ninth Street. 

CORNELL, ALFRED Y.,* tenor; teacher of singing; musical director 
Choral Art Club of Brooklyn; organist and choirmaster Church of the Pil- 
grims, Brooklyn ; vocal instructor Academy of the Holy Name, Albany, N. Y. ; 
Mrs. Alfred Y. Cornell (Carrie Buckhout) ; studio, 607 Carnegie Hall; sum- 
mer address, Round Lake, N. Y. 

1 CORNELL, LOUIS,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; first assistant to 
Rudolph Ganz; address, care Loudon Charlton, Carnegie Hall. 

COUDERT, PHILLIPPE,* concert baritone ; Mrs. Phillippe Coudert (Odette 
Le Fontenay), operatic soprano; Res. 1696 Broadway. 

COWEN, MRS. GERTRUDE F.,* manager distinguished artists in concert, 
oratorio and recital; address, 1451 Broadway. 

COWLES, EUGENE, basso; 25 years in opera Bostonians, Alice Nielsen 
and Fritzi Scheff ; concert ; oratorio ; teacher of singing ; composer "Forgot- 
ten," settings for "Crossing the Bar," "Don't You Mind the Sorrows" ; Mrs. 
Eugene Cowles (Louise Cleary) ; Res. 305 W. Forty-fifth Street. 

COX, W. RALPH,* teacher of singing; organist and choirmaster First 
Presbyterian Church, Orange, N. J. ; composer songs ; studios, Metropolitan 
Opera House Building, 1425 Broadway, and Kellerman Institute of Musical 
Art, Brooklyn ; Res. 610 W. One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Street. 

COXE, CALVIN,* concert tenor; soloist Emanuel Baptist Church (Brook- 
lyn) ; Res. 473 W. One Hundred and Fifty-eighth Street. 

CRAFT, MADAME MARCELLA,* prima donna soprano (Royal Opera 
Munich); principal roles: Madame Butterfly, Mimi, Salome, Violetta, Mar- 
guerite, Elsa, Suzanne, Nedda, etc.; address, care M. H. Hanson, 437 Fifth 
Avenue; summer address, The Mission Inn, Riverside, California. 



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CRAWFORD, MISS MARGARET S.,* director of Salon de Danse, private 
instruction in modern dancing, dances for children, character and national 
dances, dances of all periods, and corrective postural dances under dis- 
tinguished medical supervision ; address, 147 W. Fifty-seventh Street. 

CRAWFORD, MISS REBEKAH, teacher of piano; author "Musicians' 
Birthday Book" ; co-author of "Musicians in Rhyme for Childhood Time" and 
other works ; Res. 37 W. Ninety-third Street. 

CRITERION MALE QUARTET OF NEW YORK CITY,* John Young, 
first tenor; Horatio Rench, second tenor; George Reardon, baritone; Donald 
Chalmers, basso; appearances Maine Music festivals, clubs, schools and col- 
leges; address, John Young, Ridge Road, Yonkers, N. Y. 

CROPPER, MISS DOROTHY NORMAN,* classic dancer; instructor Ber- 
gen School for Girls ; physical culture and folk dancing, classic interpretative 
and aesthetic dancing ; has arranged and coached many Kirmesses, using novel 
and original dances ; graduate Alviene United Stage Training Schools dancing 
course, also Castle Normal School ; certificate from New York Normal School 
of Physical Education ; pupil of Edouard de Hurylo, Alice Holister Clark, 
Mile. La Vera, Claude M. Alviene and others; address, 150 W. Seventy-third 
Street; Res. 85 Gifford Avenue, Jersey City Heights, N. J. 

GULP, MADAME JULIA, celebrated Dutch lieder singer ; fourth American 
tour season 1915-1916, under the management of Antonia Sawyer; address, 
care Mrs. Sawyer, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

CUMMINGS, LOUISE* (Mrs. Noah Schuyler Cummings), concert soprano; 
oratorio ; recitals ; teacher of singing ; Res. 102 W. Eighty-first Street. 

1 CUNNINGHAM, CLAUDE,* concert baritone; contributor to musical and 
literary magazines; Mrs. Claude Cunningham (Blanche Beaumont); Res. 
523 W. One Hundred and Twelfth Street. 

CURTIS, MADAME VERA,* soprano Metropolitan Opera Company; also 
available for concert, recital and oratorio; Res. 309 W. Eighty-sixth Street; 
summer address, Bridgeport, Conn. 

GUSHING, MISS JESSIE,* "The Spirit of the Dance," interpretative 
dancer ; featured in Dr. Arnold Genthe's "Book of the Dance" ; engaged for 
many exclusive social events; management Alfred E. Henderson, 1140 
Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

DADMUN, ROYAL,* concert baritone ; oratorio ; recital ; appearances with 
all leading orchestras, music festivals, choral societies, etc. ; management 
Music League of America, Aeolian Hall; Mrs. Royal Dadmun (Christine 
Schutz) ; Res. 600 W. One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Street; summer ad- 
dress, Williamstown, Mass. 



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DAHL, WILLIAM, teacher of piano ; musical director and honorary member 
Monitor Association of Naval Veterans, Port of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; studio, 
Carnegie Hall, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street. 

DALE, MISS ESTHER,* concert soprano; oratorio; management Florence 
L. Pease, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street; instructor of voice Smith College, 
Northampton, Mass. ; soloist South Congregational Church, Springfield, Mass. ; 
summer address, Townshend, Vermont; personal address, Smith College, 
Northampton, Mass. 

DAMBMANN, MADAME EMMA C.* (Mrs. Hermann G. Friedmann), con- 
tralto ; teacher of singing ; president and founder The Southland Singers ; 
permanent address and studio, Hotel Calumet, 340 W. Fifty-seventh Street. 

. DAMROSCH, FRANK,* director Institute of Musical Art; conductor 
Musical Art Society; Mrs. Frank Damrosch (Hetty Mosenthal) ; Res. 181 W. 
Seventy-fifth Street; summer home, "Die Heimburg," Seal Harbor, Maine. 

DAMROSCH, WALTER,* musical director New York Symphony Society; 
former musical director German Opera at Metropolitan Opera House; one 
of the first to give Wagner lecture-recitals in this country; composer two 
grand operas : "The Scarlet Letter" and "Cyrano" ; the "Manila," "Te Deum" ; 
setting for "Danny Deever" (made famous by David Bispham) ; other songs 
and works for orchestra; president Musicians' Club of New York; Mrs. 
Walter Damrosch (Margaret Elaine) ; Res. 146 E. Sixty-first Street. 

DANIELSON, JACQUES S.,* teacher of piano, Rafael Joseffy Method; 
assistant to the late Rafael Joseffy; for 15 years affiliated with New York 
College of Music; studios: Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh 
Avenue, and Steinway Hall, 109 E. Fourteenth Street. 

' DANNREUTHER, GUSTAV, concert violinist; founder and leader Dann- 
reuther Quartet ; teacher of violin ; instructor of violin Vassar College, Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y., and several private schools in New York; Res. 640 Riverside 
Drive; summer address, Lee, Mass. 

DARBYSHIRE, CHARLES,* concert baritone ; opera, oratorio and recital ; 
soloist Madison Square Presbyterian Church ; teacher of singing ; Mrs. Charles 
Darbyshire (Nellie Pauline Brown); studio, 120 Carnegie Hall; Res. 207 
Bedford Avenue, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

D'ARNALLE, VERNON,* concert and opera baritone ; engagement Teatro 
Adriano, Rome, Italy ; lieder singer ; appearances in all large cities of Europe ; 
soloist with principal orchestras ; Res. 600 W. One Hundred and Fourteenth 
Street. 

DAVID, ANNIE LOUISE* (Mrs. Walter David), concert harpist; teacher 
of harp ; Res. 536 W. One Hundred and Thirteenth Street. 



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DAVID, ROSS,* tenor; teacher of singing; sole representative of Margaret 
Woodrow Wilson; Mrs. Ross David (Elizabeth Harbison), accompanist; 
coach for songs; writer of verses; composer of church music; Res. The Rut- 
land, 260 W. Fifty-seventh Street. 

DAVID, WALTER* (Foster and David), manager of artists in concert, 
recital and oratorio; Mrs. Walter David (Annie Louise Berry) ; address, 500 
Fifth Avenue. 

DAVIES, ALBERT E.,* associate manager with G. Dexter Richardson; 
address, 501 Fifth Avenue. 

DAY, MISS LOUISE,* concert soprano ; oratorio ; recital ; management 
Annie Friedberg, 1425 Broadway. 

DEL VALLE, MISS LORETTA,* prima donna soprano Royal Opera 
Prague, King's Royal Opera Mannheim, Royal Opera Cassel, and the Grand 
Duke's Royal Opera Dresden ; principal roles : Lucia, Gilda, Violetta, Philina, 
Olymphia, Isabella, Inez, Queen of the Night, Queen in "The Huguenots," 
Martha, Juliette, and other coloratura roles in French, German, and Italian ; 
appearances in concert, oratorio and recital ; address, 1439 Aeolian Hall ; sum- 
mer address, Orange, New Jersey. 

DE MOSS, MARY HISSEM* (Mrs. Lacy M. De Moss), concert soprano; 
oratorio ; appearances with leading orchestras and principal oratorio societies 
and musical clubs ; distinguished as a Bach singer ; soloist many seasons at the 
Bach Festivals in Bethlehem, Pa. ; fifteenth season as soloist Fifth Avenue 
Presbyterian Church ; Res. 106 W. Ninetieth Street. 

J DE SALES, REGINA,* teacher of singing ; member French Academy ; 
address, Hotel Wellington ; European residence, 40 Rue de Villejust, Avenue 
du Bois de Boulogne, Paris. 

DESTINN, MADAME EMMY, prima donna soprano; formerly with Metro- 
politan Opera Company ; principal roles : Aida, Gioconda, Pamina, Nedda, 
Santuzza, Elizabeth, Eva, Minnie; member Royal Opera Company, Berlin, 
and Royal Opera, Covent Garden, London ; concert tours ; address, Metro- 
politan Opera Company. 

N| DETHIER, EDOUARD,* concert violinist; joint sonata recitals with 
Gaston Dethier, pianist; exclusive direction Musicians' Concert Management, 
Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

DETHIER, GASTON M.,* concert organist; pianist; joint recitals with 
Edouard Dethier, violinist ; exclusive direction Musicians' Concert Manage- 
ment, Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 



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DE VAUX-ROYER, CLARENCE,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin and 
harmony; director violin department New York School of Musical Art (for- 
merly director of music at Cornell University) ; lecture-recitals under the 
auspices of New York Board of Education; Mrs. Clarence De Vaux-Royer 
(Rose Marion Maynard), president Cameo Club; author "Soul Shadows," 
etc. ; Res. 627 W. One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Street. 

DE VERE, CLEMENTINE* (Madame Romualdo Sapio), concert and 
operatic soprano ; appearances Covent Garden, London ; Metropolitan Opera 
House, New York; Theatre Royal, Madrid, Spain; soloist Sheffield (England) 
Music Festival, Cincinnati Festival, Handel and Haydn Society (Boston), 
Boston Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic Society, New York 
Oratorio Society, etc. ; pupils accepted ; Res. 57 W. Fifty-eighth Street. 

DEVERELL SCHOOL, THE,* Frances E. Deverell, Principal; a French 
School for Girls ; French the language of the school ; music, art, etc. ; address, 
57 E. Seventy-fourth Street; European address, 9 Rue de Chaillot, Paris, 
France. 

DEVINE LENA DORIA (Mrs. Conrad Meyer), teacher of singing; pupil 
of Francesco Lamperti ; distinguished pupils in opera and concert ; studio, 1425 
Broadway, Metropolitan Opera House Building. 

DEYO, MISS RUTH,* concert pianist; management G. Dexter Richardson, 
501 Fifth Avenue. 

DICKINSON, CLARENCE,* concert organist; organist and choirmaster 
Brick Presbyterian Church and Temple Beth-El ; musical director Union Theo- 
logical Seminary ; composer light opera, "The Medicine Man" ; choral compo- 
sitions; sacred and secular songs and organ works; Mrs. Clarence Dickinson 
(Helen Adell Snyder) ; Res. 509 Cathedral Parkway. 

DILLING, MISS MILDRED,* concert harpist; teacher of harp; Res. 27 
E. Sixty-second Street ; summer address, 1 1 Rue Scribe, Paris, France. 

DIMITRIEFF, MADAME NINA, Russian prima donna soprano; engage- 
ments grand opera houses in Moscow, and leading cities of Russia ; also leading 
cities of Italy; concert tours in America; address, Metropolitan Opera House, 
1425 Broadway. 

DIPPEL, ANDREAS,* president and general manager Dippel Opera 
Comique Company, Inc. ; formerly leading tenor Metropolitan Opera Com- 
pany ; administrative manager Metropolitan Opera Company, seasons 1908- 
1909 and 1909-1910; general manager Chicago Grand Opera Company, sea- 
sons 1910-1911, 1911-1912, 1912-1913; holds position of honorary associate of 
the Metropolitan Opera Company ; address, Century Opera House, Central 
Park West, Sixty-second Street. 



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DOENHOFF, ALBERT VON,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer 
Waltz in E Flat, Arabesque, 3 studies for piano, songs; compiler of Piano 
Teachers' Manual, published by G. Schirmer; Mrs. Albert von Doenhoff (Al- 
bertine Aldrich) ; Res. 76 E. Eighty-sixth Street. 

DOENHOFF, MADAME HELEN VON,* operatic and concert contralto; 
principal roles: Ortrud, Fides, Azucena; phenomenally successful tours; 
teacher of singing ; Res. 76 E. Eighty-sixth Street. 

DONAHUE, LESTER,* concert pianist; management Winton & Living- 
ston, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

DOSSERT, FRANK G.,* Mus. Doc., composer; teacher of voice; formerly 
director Conservatoire Internationale, Paris, France ; artist pupils in all leading 
opera houses; studio, Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

DOSSERT, MRS. FRANK G.,* concert soprano; formerly teacher of singing 
Conservatoire Internationale and private studio, Villa Dupont, Paris, France ; 
studio, Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

DOSTAL, GEORGE A.,* concert tenor; management Tali Esen Morgan 
Concert Bureau, Times Building, Broadway and Forty-second Street. 

: DRAPER, PAUL, tenor ; recitals ; teacher of singing ; lieder interpretation ; 
Res. 24 E. Fifty-seventh Street. 

DRESSLER, LOUIS, R., concert organist; musical director of choral 
societies, glee clubs, etc. ; organist and choirmaster All Souls Unitarian Church 
(Manhattan); composer songs, anthems, glees, etc.; editor "The World's 
Best Music" ; business address, Ditson Building, 8 E. Thirty-fourth Street ; 
Res. 23 Madison Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 

DRIGGS, SPENCER B., secretary and treasurer Musical Advance Com- 
pany, Aeolian Hall ; president Driggs & LeMassena, Inc. (publicity for musical 
artists) ; Mrs. Spencer B. Driggs (Eugenie Nafz) ; Res. 21 Nagle Avenue; 
summer home, Hotel Martinique, Asbury Park, N. J. 

''DUBINSKY, VLADIMIR,* concert violoncellist; conductor; teacher of 
'cello and chamber music ; instructor at Malkin School of Music ; Mrs. Vladi- 
mir Dubinsky (Ida Bernstein) ; Res. 547 W. One Hundred and Forty-seventh 
Street. 

DUFAULT, PAUL,* concert tenor ; teacher of singing ; Res. 339 W. Twenty- 
third Street. 

DUFFT, DR. CARL,* bass-baritone ; concert ; oratorio ; teacher of singing ; 
Res. 142 Claremont Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

DUNCKLEE, HENRY HALL, organist and choirmaster West End Col- 
legiate Church ; Res. 73 Hilyer Street, East Orange, N. J. 



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DUNLAP, MARGUERITE (Mrs. Joseph Garabrant), contralto; address, 
care Gertrude F. Cowen, 1451 Broadway. 

DURRETT, RICHARD,* dramatic tenor; secretary and managing director 
John W. Frothingham, Inc., and Musicians' Concert Management, Inc., 
Aeolian Hall; Mrs. Richard Durrett (Helen Francis Doyle); Res. 51 Man- 
hattan Avenue. 

EDDY, MISS MADELINE HOBART, conductor orchestra Woman's Phil- 
harmonic Society ; viola player and 'cellist ; teacher of violin Public School 
No. 53, Bronx ; composer songs and works for string orchestra ; Res. 145 W. 
Eighty-fourth Street. 

x ED VINA, MADAME LOUISE,* prima donna soprano ; engagements with 
Metropolitan Opera Company, Chicago Grand Opera Company, Royal Opera 
Covent Garden, London, etc. ; principal roles include : Marguerite, Louise, 
Thais, Tosca, Manon, Butterfly and Desdemona ; concert appearances, Manage- 
ment, John W. Frothingham, Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

EILERT, ERNEST F., president Musical Courier Company ; prominent in 
Republican political circles and in the work of public school education ; ad- 
dress, 437 Fifth Avenue. 

ELLERMAN, MISS AMY,* concert contralto; soloist Fourth Presbyterian 
Church; management Foster & David, 500 Fifth Avenue; Res. 473 W. One 
Hundred and Fifty-eighth Street. 

ELMAN, MISCHA, concert violinist ; one of the greatest and most popular 
artists of the generation; management Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty- 
fourth Street. 

ELSENHEIMER, DR. NICHOLAS J.,* concert pianist; teacher of piano 
and theory of music; choirmaster and musical director St. Ignatius Roman 
Catholic Church ; president Society of German Choral Directors of America ; 
master of interpretation at Cranberry Piano School, Carnegie Hall, New York ; 
composer prize cantata "The Consecration of the Arts," songs, compositions 
for piano; Mrs. Nicholas J. Elsenheimer (Hedwig Schultze) ; Res. 556 W. 
One Hundred and Fortieth Street. 

EMPIE, MISS MABEL, concert soprano; member Musical Art Society; 
soloist Park Avenue Church, also with Kriens Symphony Club ; Res. 1070 Park 
Avenue. 

^ENDE, HERWEGH VON,* violinist; teacher of violin; director von Ende 
School of Music; Mrs. Herwegh von Ende (Adrienne Remenyi), soprano; 
teacher of singing; Res. 44 West Eighty-fifth Street. 

ENGLES, GEORGE,* manager Symphony Society of New York; Mrs. 
George Engles (Elizabeth R. Cherry) ; office, Aeolian Hall ; Res. 1982 Uni- 
versity Avenue. 



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EPSTEIN, RICHARD,* concert pianist; accompanist for distinguished 
artists; teacher of piano; coaches singers, particularly in German songs; spe- 
cializes also in chamber music; formerly professor at Vienna Conservatory; 
also resided in London, England ; Res. 32 E. Fifty-eighth Street. 

ESHLEMAN, MISS CELESTE,* mezzo soprano; concert; recitals (pupil 
of Mrs. C. Howard Royall) ; address, 601 Maidson Avenue. 

EVANS, CLARENCE,* plays viola; member Berkshire String Quartet; Mrs. 
Clarence Evans (Louise Murchison) ; address, care Musical Blue Book Cor- 
poration, 105 W. Fortieth Street ; summer address, Pittsfield, Mass. 

EWELL, MISS LOIS, prima donna soprano ; repertoire of 35 roles in 
English, French, Italian and German ; concert artist ; tours under management 
Foster & David, 500 Fifth Avenue; summer address, Atlantic Highlands, N. J. 

FABRI, LUDWIG SCHMITT,* concert and opera tenor (pupil of Gunz, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, and Lamperti, Milan) ; created role of Siegfried at 
opera in Freiburg, where he became first dramatic tenor ; brilliant appearances 
at other leading opera houses ; formerly conductor Royal Opera in Munich and 
Teatro Malibran in Venice ; conductor (present time) Behrens Opera Club, 
and the Fabri Opera Company (Philadelphia); director Fabri Opera School, 
1626 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa., and 1 W. Sixty- fourth Street, New 
York. 

FALK, JULES,* concert violinist (pupil of Hille, Sevcik and Ysaye) ; 
joint recitals with Madame Schumann-Heink, Titta Ruffo, etc. ; soloist with 
leading orchestras in Europe and America ; has played in London before the 
late King Edward ; address, Room 20, 96 Fifth Avenue. 

FALK, WILLIAM J., choirmaster Temple Beth-El, New York, and Eighth 
Avenue Temple, Brooklyn ; teacher of singing ; pianist and organist ; Res. 292 
W. Ninety-second Street; summer home, 99 Cottage Place, Long Branch, 
N. J. 

- 1 FARRAR, GERALDINE (Mrs. Lou Tellegen), prima donna soprano Metro- 
politan Opera Company ; principal roles : Mimi, Goose Girl, Carmen, Tosca. 
Madame Butterfly, Suzanne, Manon, Alarguerite ; concert appearances ; mem- 
ber Royal Opera, Berlin ; address, Metropolitan Opera Company, 1425 Broad- 
way; Res. 18 W. Seventy-fourth Street. 

FARROW, MILES, organist and choirmaster of the Choristers, Cathedral 
of St. John the Divine ; Res. Choir School, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 
Cathedral Heights. 

FARWELL, ARTHUR, composer; lecturer; writer; editorial staff Musical 
America; composer music for Pageants in Meriden, N. H., Darien, Conn. ; 
orchestral works, choruses, "Navajo War Dance" (for piano), "Ruined Gar- 
den" (song), and other compositions; Res. 130 W. Fifty-seventh Street. 



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FAY, MISS AMY,* pianist and teacher; author popular work, "Music Study 
in Germany" (which has been translated into French and German) ; lecture- 
recitals ; piano conversations ; president Women's Philharmonic Society of 
New York ; Res. 68 W. Ninety-first Street. 

FAY, MADAME MAUDE, prima donna lyric-dramatic soprano, Royal 
Opera, Munich, Covent Garden, London, and Metropolitan Opera Company, 
New York ; concert appearances ; Res. Hotel Le Marquis, 12 E. Thirty-first 
Street. 

FEDERLEIN, GOTTFRIED H., concert organist ; organist and choirmaster 
New York Society for Ethical Culture ; limited number pupils ; fellow and 
general secretary American Guild of Organists ; composer organ works ; 
numerous arrangements of orchestral works nd organ; songs and anthems; 
Mrs. Gottfried H. Federlein (Charlotte Howell) ; Res. 2961 Valentine Ave- 
nue; summer home, Shelving Rock, Lake George, N. Y. 

FELBER, HERMANN, Jr.,* concert violinist ; member Berkshire String 
Quartet; address, care Musical Blue Book Corporation, 105 W. Fortieth 
Street; summer address, Pittsfield, Mass. 

FELLOWS, TOWNSEND H.,* proprietor of the Fellows Musical and 
Church Choir Exchange; concert bass-baritone; oratorio; musical director 
Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Atonement ; office, Carnegie Hall ; Mrs. 
Townsend H. Fellows (Margaret Cave) ; Res. 1 Lawrence Street, Yonkers 
(Lowrie Station), N. Y. 

FERNANDEZ, JEANETTE (Mrs. Thomas C. Buck), soprano; teacher 
of piano and singing; accompanist; Res. 52 St. Nicholas Place. 

FINCK, HENRY T., music critic New York Evening Post; author "Wagner 
and His Works," "Songs and Song Writers," "Grieg and His Music," 
"Paderewski and His Art," "Chopin and Other Musical Essays," "Massenet 
and His Operas" and other interesting books on non-musical subjects; Mrs. 
Henry T. Finck (Abbie H. Cushman) ; Res. 485 Manhattan Avenue; summer 
address, Bethel, Maine. 

'FINNEGAN, JOHN, concert tenor; soloist St. Patrick's Cathedral, New 
York City; oratorio; management G. Dexter Richardson, 501 Fifth Avenue. 

FISCHER, ARTHUR, pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. The Hendrik Hudson, 
One Hundred and Tenth Street and Broadway. 

FISCHER, MISS ELSA,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; founder of 
the Elsa Fischer String Quartet, management Walter Anderson; instructor 
Knox School, Tarrytown, N. Y. ; Res. 3810 Broadway. 

FISCHER, WALTER S.,* manager Musical Observer and secretary Metro- 
nome Publishing Co., 46 Cooper Square ; Res. 448 Riverside Drive ; summer 
address, Woods of Larchmont, N. Y. 



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FITZIU, MISS ANNA,* opera and concert soprano; formerly with Metro- 
politan Opera Company; management R. E. Johnston, 1451 Broadway. 

FLAGLER, MRS. JOHN HALDANE (Alice Manderlick), contralto; for- 
merly concert artist ; sings for charitable and philanthropic affairs ; active 
member St. Cecilia Club of New York; Res. 103 Park Avenue; country home, 
Greenwich, Conn. 

FLECK, HENRY T., professor of music Hunter College; musical director 
New York City Orchestra and Free Concerts; president Peekskill College of 
Music ; composer of songs and choral works including "Alexander's Feast" 
(for chorus, orchestra and soloist) ; Mrs. Henry T. Fleck (Katherine Frances) 
Res. 304 W. One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Street. 

FOLSOM, MISS LUCILLE,* concert harpist; ensemble; teacher of harp; 
soloist Church of the Beloved Disciple ; Res. Hotel Wellington, Seventh Ave- 
nue and Fifty-fifth Street. 

FONTENAY, ODETTE LE,* (Mrs. Philippe Coudert), concert and operatic 
soprano; with the Metropolitan Opera Company; address, 1696 Broadway. 

FORET, MISS AUGETTE, soprano ; costume recitals ; Res. Hotel Welling- 
ton, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-fifth Street. 

FORNIA, RITA* (Mrs. James P. Labey, nee Newman), soprano Metro- 
politan Opera Company ; extensive repertoire in English, French, German and . 
Italian; Res. 236 W. Seventieth Street; summer address, Island of Jersey, 
England. 

^FOSTER & DAVID,* managers artists in concert, recital and oratorio; 
address, 500 Fifth Avenue. 

FOSTER, MISS FAY,* pianist ; concert accompanist ; teacher of singing, 
piano theory and compositions ; composer choral works, piano pieces, violin 
pieces, songs, 6 legato studies (piano) ; winner of first prize in American song 
competition (1914), prize in international waltz contest in Germany (over 
4,200 contestants) ; member Society German composers ; director Foster Choral 
Club (Hempstead, L. I.) ; see telephone directory. 

FOSTER, HARRIET* (Mrs. John Buckingham Foster), concert contralto; 
Res. 235 W. One Hundred and Second Street. 

" FOX, J. BERTRAM,* concert basso-cantante ; teacher of singing ; formerly 
widely known as accompanist ; composer of songs ; studio, 148 W. Seventy- 
second Street; Mrs. J. Bertram Fox (Pauline Louise Braun) ; Res. 37 W. 
Ninety-third Street. 

FRAEMCKE, AUGUST, pianist ; teacher of piano ; director New York Col- 
lege of Music and New York German Conservatory of Music ; vice-President 
The Bohemians ; Res. 128 E. Fifty-eighth Street ; summer home, Grugers, 
Westchester Co., N. Y. 

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FRANKO, JEANNE (Madame Hugo Kraemer), leader of Jeanne Franko 
Trio; violinist; pianist; teacher of violin and piano; formerly musical director 
Women's Philharmonic Society; Res. 324 W. Eighty-fourth Street; summer 
address, Alpine, N. J. 

FRANKO, NAHAN,* violinist ; conductor Nahan Franko Orchestra (for- 
merly conductor Metropolitan Opera Company) ; address, Hotel McAlpin, 
Broadway and Thirty-fourth Street. 

.FREMSTAD, MADAME OLIVE, prima donna soprano; principal roles: 
Isolde, Brunnhilde, Venus, Sieglinde, Kundry, Armide ; formerly with Metro- 
politan Opera Company and Royal Opera, Vienna ; extended concert tours ; 
address, Foster & David, 500 Fifth Avenue. 

-FREUND, JOHN C., editor Musical America, Music Trades, Piano and Organ 
Purchasers' Guide; president Music Trades Company ; author plays, stories 
and sketches; Mrs. John C. Freund (Anna C. Hughes) ; Res. 760 West End 
Avenue ; summer home, Long Lake, Adirondack Mountains, N. Y. 

" FRIEDBERG, MISS ANNIE,* manager artists in concert, recital and 
oratorio ; office, Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway. 

FRIEDBERG, CARL,* concert pianist ; declared by European and American 
critics to be a "true poet of the piano" ; management Annie Friedberg, 1425 
Broadway. 

FROHMAN, DANIEL, manager of the Lyceum Theatre, New York; pro- 
ducer of many celebrated plays; devoted to musical art; has managed an 
American tour of Jan Kubelik, the famous Bohemian violin virtuoso ; address, 
The Lyceum Theatre, 149 W. Forty-fifth Street. 

FROTHINGHAM, Inc., JOHN W.,* managers of distinguished artists in 
concert, oratorio and recital ; address, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

FROTHINGHAM, JOHN W.,* pianist; president John W. Frothingham, 
Inc., and Musicians' Concert Management, Inc. ; offices, Aeolian Hall ; Res. 375 
West End Avenue ; summer address, Wilson Park, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

FRYER, HERBERT,* concert pianist; recitals in most European cities, 
(over 40 appearances in London) ; tours in Canada and the United States; 
teacher of piano; member of faculty New York Institute of Musical Art; 
formerly professor Royal Academy of Music, London ; composer Suite for 
Piano, other works for piano, songs; Res. 300 W. Eighty-fifth Street; Eu- 
ropean address, 16 Adamson Road, London, N. W., England. 

' GABRILOWITSCH, OSSIP, concert pianist; conductor; composer, works 
for orchestra and piano; songs: Mrs. Ossip Gabrilowitsch (Clara Clemens), 
concert contralto; Res. Hotel St. James; European residence, 4 Aiblinger 
Street, Munich. 



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GADSKI, JOHANNA* (Madame Hans Tauscher), prima donna soprano 
Metropolitan Opera Company; principal roles: Isolde, Brunnhilde, Sieglinde, 
Elizabeth, Elsa, Eva, Pamina ; extended concert tours ; address, Metropolitan 
Opera Company, 1425 Broadway ; Res. 44 W. Seventy-seventh Street. 

GALE, MISS FLORENCE E.,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano Leschetizky 
Method ; Res. 140 W. Sixty-ninth Street. 

GALE, WALTER C., organist ; teacher of organ ; composer anthems and 
songs; organist and choirmaster Broadway Tabernacle; Res. 211 W. Fifty- 
sixth Street. 

GALLICO, PAOLO,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer pieces for 
piano, songs, arias; Mrs. Paolo Gallico (Hortense Ehrlich) ; Res. 9 E. Fifty- 
ninth Street ; summer address, Gmunden Salz Kammerzut, Austria. 

GALLOWAY, J. ARMOUR,* teacher of singing; many successful pupils in 
concert and opera; Mrs. J. Armour Galloway (Anita Rio) ; Res. The Tuxedo, 
637 Madison Avenue ; European address, Via Antonio Kramer, No. 4, Milan, 
Italy. 

GANZ, RUDOLPH,* concert pianist ; extended tours in Europe and America ; 
composer Symphony in E; variations on a theme by Brahms (for piano), 
Concertstiick (Op. 4 for piano and orchestra), one hundred and fifty songs, 
pieces for piano, choruses, duets, etc.; Mrs. Rudolph Ganz (Mary Forrest) ; 
Res. 296 Central Park West. 

GARDEN, MISS MARY, prima donna soprano Opera Comique, Paris; 
Chicago Grand Opera Company and formerly with Manhattan Opera Com- 
pany ; principal roles : Thais, Louise, Salome, Melisande, Natoma, Tosca, and 
Carmen ; Res. 85 E. Fifty-sixth Street. 

GARDNER, MISS IDA,* concert contralto; oratorio; soloist St. Andrew's 
Church ; Res. 506 W. One Hundred and Eleventh Street. 

GARDNER, SAMUEL, concert violinist; member Kneisel Quartet season 
1914-1915; management Antonia Sawyer, Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty- 
second Street. 

GAREISSEN, OSCAR,* teacher of singing ; one of the directors and owners 
B. K. G. Institute of Musical Art, and Rochester Conservatory of Music (both 
Rochester, N. Y.) ; conductor Festival Chorus of Rochester (N. Y.) ; con- 
ductor Eastman Kodak Park Glee Club; choirmaster Brick Presbyterian 
Church ; studio, 220 Madison Avenue ; Res. 490 Riverside Drive. 

GARRISON, MABEL (Mrs. George Siemonn), soprano Metropolitan Opera 
Company; address, 1425 Broadway; summer home, Valois, Lake Seneca, 
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GATES, MISS LUCY,* prima donna coloratura soprano Royal Opera, Ber- 
lin and Cassel ; principal roles : Violetta, Gilda, Manon, Rosina, Marguerite, 
Queen of the Night, Rosalinda, etc. ; concert tours in America ; management 
Florence L. Pease, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street; Res. 355 W. Fifty-fifth Street; 
summer address, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

GAYLER, ROBERT,* organist and choirmaster Christ P. E. Church 
(Brooklyn), Temple Beth Elohim (Brooklyn) ; Elberon (N. J.) Memorial 
Church (summer months) ; Mrs. Robert Gayler (Marie Stoddart), concert 
soprano; Res. 215 W. One Hundred and Fifth Street. 

GENOVESE, MADAME NANA,* concert mezzo-soprano ; management 
Miss Annie Friedberg, 1425 Broadway. 

GERBER, AIME, paymaster and representative Metropolitan Opera Com- 
pany ; address, Metropolitan Opera House, Thirty-ninth Street and Broad- 
way. 

GERE, FLORENCE PARR* (Mrs. James Belden Gere), pianist; com- 
poser "My Garden," "Romance," "The Birth of Green" and other songs sung 
by Johanna Gadski, Maggie Teyte, Inez Barbour, Charlotte Lund, etc. ; also 
composer of piano works played by distinguished soloists ; Res. 15 W. Sixty- 
seventh Street. 

GESCHEIDT, MISS ADELAIDE,* teacher of the art of singing; only 
exponent of the Miller Vocal Art-Science; studios, 817-818 Carnegie Hall. 

A GIBSON, MISS DORA,* dramatic, concert soprano; oratorio; recital; exclu- 
sive direction Musicians' Concert Management, Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. 
Forty-second Street. 

GILBERT, HARRY M., pianist; accompanist; composer songs, "Bid Me 
To Live," "Love's Selfishness," "Dream Garden," etc. ; for piano : "Gabrielle" 
(concert waltz), Scherzo Caprice; also compositions for violin; organist and 
choirmaster Central Presbyterian Church; Res. 415 W. Fifty-seventh Street; 
summer home, Paducah, Ky. 

GILBERTE, HALLETT,* composer "Two Roses," "Ah, Love, But A Day," 
"Spring Serenade," "Minuet La Phyllis," "Moonlight and Starlight" (waltz 
song), "Song of the Canoe," etc., among the artists singing Gilberte's songs 
are Jeanne Jomelli, Marie Rappold, Frances Alda, Carolina White, Myrna 
Sharlow and many others; Mrs. Hallet Gilberte (Annie Batcheller) ; Res. 
Hotel Marie Antoinette, Broadway and Sixty-seventh Street ; summer home, 
"Melody Manor," Lincolnville, Maine. 

GILLESPIE, LILIAN BRECHEMIN* (Mrs. David H. M. Gillespie), 
soprano soloist South Congregational Church (Brooklyn) ; concert; oratorio; 
pupil of Emil Gastel, Philadelphia ; Orgeni, Dresden ; Pauline Viardot-Garcia, 
Paris; Res. 28 W. Eighty-third Street; summer address, Mountain Lakes, 
N.J. 



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GIORNI, AURELIO,* concert pianist; graduate professor St. Cecilia 
Academy, Rome, Italy; pupil of Humperdinck (composition) and Sgambati 
and Busoni (piano); teacher of advanced piano technic and interpretation; 
composer Symphony (Op. 22) for orchestra, trio for piano, violin and 'cello 
(Op. 21), sonata for piano and violin (Op. 11) ; address, Carnegie Hall. 

CLOSE, ADOLF, concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 81 Morningside 
Avenue. 

GLUCK, ALMA (Madame Efrem Zimbalist), prima donna soprano; formerly 
with Metropolitan Opera Company ; extended concert tours in America ; 
favorite in recital; management, Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty- 
fourth Street; Res. 315 W. One Hundredth Street. 

GODOWSKY, LEOPOLD,* world renowned concert pianist; composer 
works for piano ; conducts classes for professionals ; management R. E. 
Johnston, 1451 Broadway; Res. 21 E. Fifty-seventh Street. 

GOERLITZ, HUGO,* manager of musical artists; presented Paderewski, 
Kubelik and Richard Strauss to America; office, 15 E. Fortieth Street. 

GOETSCHIUS, PERCY, Mus. Doc., pianist; teacher of theory and com- 
position (Institute of Musical Art) ; author valuable text books, "Tone Re- 
lations," "Melody Writing," "Applied Counterpoint," etc. ; Mrs. Percy Goet- 
schius (Marie Stephany) ; Res. 509 W. One Hundred and Twenty-first Street; 
summer address, Raymond, N. H. 

^GOLDMARK, RUBIN,* pianist; composer "Hiawatha" overture (orchestra), 
suites, other works for orchestra, pieces for piano; Res. 140 W. Eighty- 
seventh Street. 

GOODSON, KATHARINE* (Mrs. Arthur Hinton), concert pianist; 
address, care Mrs. Antonia Sawyer, Aeolian Hall; European Residence, 14 
St. John's Wood Road, London, N. W., England. 

GOOLD, EDITH CHAPMAN* (Mrs. Paul Philip Goold), concert soprano; 
appearances with New York Symphony, New York Oratorio, Boston St. 
Cecilia, and other leading musical societies, and Cincinnati, Worcester, North 
Shore and other festivals ; soloist Lenox Avenue Reformed Church ; Res. 
226 W. Seventy-eighth Street. 

GORDON, C. VIRGIL, pianist ; teacher of piano ; organist and choirmaster 
St. Paul's Lutheran Church ; Res. 257 W. Eighty-sixth Street. 

GORITZ, OTTO, baritone Metropolitan Opera Company ; an immense 
favorite; principal roles: Beckmesser, Papageno, Der Spielmann (Konigs- 
kinder), Klingsor, etc.; address, Metropolitan Opera Company, 1425 Broad- 
way. 



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GOSNELL, VIVIAN, concert baritone ; recitals in London, Berlin and other 
European capitals ; management Concert Direction M. H. Hanson, 437 Fifth 
Avenue. 

GOTTLIEB, JACQUES L.,* concert violinist ; conductor ; teacher of violin, 
ensemble and history of music ; musical director Neighborhood Symphony 
Orchestra; director East Side House Music School Settlement; formerly en- 
gaged in philanthropic musical work in New York State ; formerly director of 
Violin Playing Pueblo Conservatory of Music, Pueblo, Colorado ; address, 
Carnegie Hall. 

GOTTLIEB, MOISAY DAVIDOWITZ,* instructor and director of music ; 
formerly conductor Imperial Band of Russia, conductor Symphony Orches- 
tra of London; organizer of bands and orchestras in New York and Chicago; 
composer works for piano, voice, violin and orchestra ; teacher of piano and 
all orchestral instruments; studio, Carnegie Hall. 

GRAHAM, EMME C.* (Mrs. Henry Sylvester Graham), pianist; teacher of 
piano ; composer works for piano ; Res. 420 W. One Hundred and Nine- 
teenth Street. 

GRAHAM, MILDRED D.* (Mrs. George W. Rcardon), concert soprano: 
oratorio ; recitals ; appearances with orchestras, music festivals, choral societies, 
etc. ; management Foster & Foster ; soloist St. Nicholas Collegiate Church ; 
teacher of singing; Res. 623 W. One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Street. 

GRAINGER, PERCY,* concert pianist; many brilliant successes in Europe, 
Australia, Canada and the United States; composer "Father and Daughter," 
"The Merry Wedding," "Marching Song of Democracy," "The Warriors," 
"Irish Tune from County Derry," "I'm Seventeen Come Sunday," etc. ; dis- 
tinguished also as collector of folk music and other primitive music ; ad- 
dress, care Antonia Sawyer, Aeolian Hall. 

GRANBERG, AGDA,* Swedish pantomimist; head of Pantomime Depart- 
ment Henderson School of Oratory and Dramatic Arts ; appears with The 
Henderson Trio; management Alfred E. Henderson, 1140 Aoelian Hall, 29 
W. Forty-second Street. 

CRANBERRY, GEORGE FOLSOM,* teacher piano, harmony and musical 
pedagogy ; musical director Cranberry Piano School, Carnegie Hall ; lecturer 
on "Practical Methods of Teaching," "Harmonic, Melodic, and Formal 
Analysis," "The Meaning of Music," other subjects ; address, Carnegie Hall. 

GRANT, MISS AMY, opera recitals ; recitation of the text of operas ; lessons 
in speaking voice and dramatic interpretation ; Res. 78 W. Fifty-fifth Street. 



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GRANVILLE, CHARLES NORMAN,* concert baritone; teacher of sing- 
ing ; musical director North Presbyterian Church ; conductor Port Jervis 
(N. Y.) Choral Union; head vocal department Von Ende School of Music; 
three recital tours under auspices of Penna. Chautauqua Association ; Mrs. 
Charles Norman Granville (Mary Hughes Clark) ; Res. 604 W. One Hun- 
dred and Twelfth Street. 

GRASSE, EDWIN, concert violinist; limited number of advanced pupils; 
composer, symphonic suite for orchestra, violin concerto ; sonatas for piano 
and violin ; sonata for piano and 'cello ; duet for two violins and other works 
for piano and violin ; Res. 161 One Hundred and Seventy-sixth Street. 

GRAY, H. WILLARD,* editor New Music Review; president H. W. Gray 
Company; Res. 29 W. Twelfth Street (see Spectial Mention). 

GREASON, MISS MARTHA, concert pianist; accompanist; Res. 506 W. 
One Hundred and Eleventh Street. 

GREENE, HERBERT WILBER,* teacher of singing; director Brookfield 
Summer School of Singing; author "Standard Graded Course of Singing" 
(4 vols.), "The Singer's Ladder" (1 vol.) ; contributing editor to The Musi- 
cian (Boston) ; Mrs. Herbert Wilber Greene (Caia Aarup), pianist and 
teacher ; Res. 701 Carnegie Hall ; summer home, Brookfield Center, Conn. 

GREEN, MARION,* distinguished American basso-cantante ; studio, Audi- 
torium Building; address, care Gertrude F. Cowen, 1451 Broadway. 

GREMMEL, MISS HENRIETTA,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
assistant to Alberto Jonas ; pupils accepted from the f oundational studies 
to advanced grades; Res. 45. W. Seventy-sixth Street. 

GRETSER, WILLIAM J.,* organist; pianist; concert pianist; teacher of 
piano ; assistant organist Church of the Beloved Disciple ; substitute for 
churches of all denominations; Mrs. William J. Gretser (Gertrude Weidman) ; 
Res. 2436 Walton Avenue. 

GRIEN, ALPHONSO,* concert baritone; recital; oratorio; pupil of F. X. 
Arens ; formerly soloist Church of the Ascension (P. E.) ; Res. 336 E. Seven- 
teenth Street. 

4 GRIFFITH, YEATMAN,* concert basso-cantante; teacher of singing; Mrs. 
Yeatman Griffith (La Nora Caldwell), soprano; joint recitals with Mr. 
Griffith and oratorios in America and Europe; Res. 318 W. Eighty-second 
Street. 

GRUNWALD, HUGO, pianist; teacher of piano; treasurer The Bohemians; 
Mrs. Hugo Grunwald (Helen Cahen) ; Res. 50 E. Ninety-sixth Street. 

GRUPPE, PAULO,* concert 'cellist ; has appeared as soloist with leading 
orchestras in Europe and America ; Res. 138 Manhattan Avenue. 



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GUARD, WILLIAM J., general press representative Metropolitan Opera 
Company ; address Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway ; summers in 
Europe. 

GUNTHER, FREDERICK,* concert and operatic bass-baritone; 4 years 
with Metropolitan Opera Company ; oratorio ; recital ; Mrs. Frederick Gunther 
(Ella Lillian Strang), concert soprano; joint recitals with Mr. Gunther; 
Res. Hotel Seville, 86 Madison Avenue. 

GUTTMAN-RICE, MELANIE* (Madame William Clarke Rice), dramatic 
soprano ; appearances in opera, concert and church choir ; vocal instructor ; 
associate principal Master School of Music (Brooklyn) ; vice-president Na- 
tional Association of Teachers of Singing; vocal instructor; Residence- 
studio, 645 Madison Avenue; summer address, Center Lovell, Maine. 

HADLEY, HENRY,* conductor ; formerly conductor San Francisco Sym- 
phony Orchestra ; composer 4 symphonies, symphonic poems ; "Salome," "The 
Culprit Fay," "Lucifer," "In Bohemia" ; overture "In Music's Praise," Sym- 
phonic Fantasie (for chorus and orchestra); songs; other works; Res. 51 
E. Fifty-ninth Street; summer home, Somerville, Mass. 

HAENSEL & JONES,* managers artists, concert, oratorio and recital ; 
address, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

HAENSEL, FITZHUGH W.,* firm of Haensel & Jones ; Mrs. Fitzhugh W. 
Haensel (Florence Owen); Res. 127 E. Thirty-fourth Street; summers in 
Europe. 

HAGEMAN, RICHARD, conductor Metropolitan Opera Company; pianist; 
Mrs. Richard Hageman (Rosina Van Dyk), soprano Metropolitan Opera 
Company; address, 1425 Broadway. 

HAHN, CARL,* violoncellist; pianist; conductor New York Arion Society 
and Mozart Society of New York; conductor Brooklyn Arion; composer of 
songs, works for piano; Mrs. Carl Hahn (Laura Maverick), concert mezzo- 
contralto; studio, Hotel San Remo, Central Park West and Seventy-fourth 
Street. 

HAILE, EUGEN, violinist; pianist; composer many beautiful songs sung 
by famous artists like Elena Gerhardt, Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Heinrich 
Meyn, John McCormack, George F. Reimherr, Ludwig Hess, Cecil Fanning, 
Marcus Kellermann, Alexander Heinemann, etc.; Mrs. Eugen Haile (Elise 
Altmann) ; Res. 619 W. One Hundred and Forty-third Street. 

1 HALL, WALTER HENRY, professor of Choral and Church Music, Columbia 
University; musical director University Festival Chorus; composer Church 
music ; author "Essentials of Boy Choir Training" ; Mrs. Walter Henry Hall 
(Celestia Youngman) ; Res. 49 Claremont Avenue; summer home, East Edge- 
comb, Maine. 



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HALPERSON, MAURICE, music critic New York Staats-Zeitung; Res. 234 
E. Eighteenth Street. 

HALTER, MISS HELENE, dramatic soprano ; concert, recital and oratorio ; 
Res. Washington Arms, 416 Fort Washington Avenue. 

HAMLIN, GEORGE,* concert and operatic tenor; past four seasons leading 
parts with Chicago Grand Opera Company ; distinguished recital and ora- 
torio singer ; first singer to present the lieder of Richard Strauss in America ; 
marked successes as concert artist in Germany; teacher of singing in New 
York when professional engagements allow; director and treasurer Grand 
Opera House Company of Chicago; Mrs. George Hamlin (Harriet R. 
Eldredge) ; address, Lambs' Club, New York, or Chicago Opera House, 
Chicago; summer residence, "Creyleyron," Lake Placid, Adirondack Moun- 
tains, N. Y. 

KAMMERSTEIN, OSCAR, operatic and theatrical manager; built the Man- 
hattan Opera House; founder of the Manhattan Opera Company; brought 
Alessandro Bonci, the great tenor, to America; address, Forty-second Street 
and Seventh Avenue. 

HAMMOND, MISS MABEL, manager of concert artists; Res. 400 River- 
side Drive. 

HANNAH, JANE OSBORN (Mrs. Frank S. Hannah), formerly prima 
donna soprano Metropolitan Opera Company and Chicago Opera Company ; 
Res. 252 W. Eighty-fifth Street; summer address, Shawnee-on-Delaware, Pa. 

HANNIGAN MUSICAL BUREAU,* Mary Hannigan, Manager; address, 
150 W. Fifty-seventh Street. 

HANSON, M. H.,* concert direction artists : concert, recital and oratorio ; 
address, 437 Fifth Avenue. 

HARDIE, MISS FLORA,* concert contralto; oratorio; recitals; soloist 
Thirty-fourth Street Collegiate Church ; member New York Artists' and 
Stanley Quartets; Scottish ballad concerts; address, see telephone directory. 

HARLING, W. FRANKE,* organist and choir director Glen Ridge Con- 
gregational Church ; composer over 100 published works, including "Before 
the Dawn" (Persian Idyl for male chorus and orchestra), "The Two Angels" 
(male chorus and orchestra), "The Miracle of Time" (symphonic ballad 
for double chorus and orchestra, prize composition New Jersey Tri-City 
Music Festival, 1916) ; Mrs. W. Franke Harling (Carry Van Lelyveld) ; Res. 
601 W. One Hundred and Eighty-first Street. 

- HARRIS, GEORGE, JR.,* concert tenor ; successful recital artist ; gifted 
also as a pianist and accompanist; exclusive direction Musicians' Concert 
Management, Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street; personal ad- 
dress, 35 W. Eighty-first Street. 



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'HARRIS, VICTOR, teacher of singing; musical director St. Cecilia Club, 
and Wednesday Morning Singing Club ; composer songs and choral works ; 
Res. 140 W. Fifty-seventh Street; summers in Europe. 

HARRISON, CHARLES,* concert tenor; soloist Brick Presbyterian Church 
Mrs. Charles Harrison (Clara Gensel) ; address, 82 Beaver Street. 

HARTLEY, LAETA,* concert pianist; soloist third consecutive season with 
Boston Symphony Orchestra ; Res. 740 West End Avenue. 

HARTMANN, ARTHUR, concert violinist; teacher of violin; composer 
"Barbara" (melodrama); violin, 'cello and piano compositions; songs; sym- 
phonic poems; Mrs. Arthur Hartmann (Marie Tucker) ; Res. 130 Claremont 
Avenue. 

HASSLER-FOX, REGINA* (Mrs. L. S. Fox), concert contralto; oratorio; 
recitals ; appearances with clubs, orchestras, festival associations ; manage- 
ment Tali Esen Morgan Concert Bureau, Times Building; address, 133 Fifth 
Avenue ; Res. White Plains, N. Y. 

HASSLER, HERBERT, violinist; musical director; composer entr' acte 
music for many well-known productions ; Res. 557 W. One Hundred and 
Sixty-first Street. 

HASTINGS, FREDERICK, concert baritone; tour with Nordica (1909), 
Tetrazzini (1910), Liza Lehmann (1911); teacher of singing; Mrs. Fred- 
erick Hastings (Rose Brooke) ; Res. 407 Audubon Avenue. 

HAWKESWORTH, MRS. ROBERT W.,* manager costume musicales 
Hotel Plaza, and many concerts and musical events under important social 
auspices ; manager Hawkesworth Orchestra ; address, 505 Madison Avenue ; 
Res. 850 Seventh Avenue. 

HAYES, JEROME,* teacher of singing ; pupils during last season from 
twelve states, including Washington, Indiana, Kansas, Georgia, Pennsylvania, 
New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts and Connecticut ; Res. Hotel Wood- 
ward, 204 W. Fifty-fifth Street. 

HAYWOOD, FREDERICK H.,* tenor; teacher of singing; director Hay- 
wood Vocal and Operatic School ; also summer school at Dracut, Mass. ; 
Mrs. Frederick H. Haywood (Jessie Wiley-Ward) ; Residence-studio, 331 
West End Avenue. 

HEATH, JOHN, concert pianist; Leschetizky exponent; teacher of piano; 
Res. 28 E. Fifty-second Street. 

HEFFLEY, EUGENE,* teacher of piano ; address, Carnegie Hall ; summer 
address, Princeton, N. J. 

HEIN, CARL, conductor ; head voice department New York College of 
Music; address, 128 E. Fifty-eighth Street. 



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HEINRICH, MISS JULIA,* soprano Metropolitan Opera Company, tor- 
merly prima donna Hamburg (Germany) Municipal Opera; concerts; reci- 
tals ; Res. care Mrs. C. K. Wright, 247 Fifth Avenue. 

HEMPEL, MISS FRIEDA, priam donna soprano Metropolitan Opera Com- 
pany; principal roles Queen of the Night, Marguerite de Valois, Violetta, 
Gilda, Lucia, Rosina, Eva ; member Royal Opera Company, Berlin ; extended 
concert tours under management Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 West Thirty- 
fourth Street. 

HENDERSON, ALFRED EDWIN,* author of "The A. B. C. of Public 
Speaking" (Harper Bros.) ; editor of Expression (a monthly magazine de- 
voted to every form of art ; professional reader ; director Henderson School 
of Oratorio ; individual instruction in diction and natural interpretation ; 
address, 1140 Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street; summer address, 
"The Manisses," Block Island, Rhode Island. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM J., music critic New York Sun; author "The 
Orchestra and Orchestra Music," "What is Good Music," "How Music De- 
veloped," "The Art of the Singer," "The Soul of a Tenor," "Some Fore- 
runners of Italian Opera" ; libretto for "Cyrano," English Opera by Walter 
Damrosch, produced at Metropolitan Opera House ; address, New York Sun. 

'HERBERT, VICTOR, composer and musical director; composer operas, 
"Natoma" and "Madeleine" ; many comic operas, scores for musical come- 
dies ; compositions for orchestra, including popular "American Fantasie" ; 
songs ; favorite serenade for 'cello ; band music ; formerly concert 'cellist 
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Seidl Orchestra ; musical director Pitts- 
burgh Symphony Orchestra and Herbert Orchestra of New York ; Res. 321 W. 
One Hundred and Eighth Street. 

HERSCHMANN, ARTHUR,* concert bartione ; brilliant successes in Paris, 
Wiesbaden, Munich and other European musical centers ; engaged for Bach 
Festival (Bethlehem), Baltimore Oratorio Society and other leading musical 
societies ; management Spizzi & Campanari, 220 W. Forty-second Street ; 
Res. 140 W. Eighty-second Street; permanent address, Watchung, N. J. 

HEYWARD, MISS LILLIAN B.,* concert soprano; soloist First Baptist 
Church (Montclair, N. J.) ; winner first prize for soprano, International 
Eisteddford, Pittsburgh (1913) ; teacher of piano and singing; coaching; Res. 
68 W. Forty-fifth Street; summer home, 1527 Wyandotte Avenue, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

HILBERT, GEORGE H.,* business manager Musical Observer and Treasurer 
Metronome Publishing Co. ; Res. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

HILL, JESSIE FENNER* (Mrs. Frank Tracy Hill), mezzo-soprano: 
teacher of singing; classes in Jersey City two half days a week; studio, 
Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway. 



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HIMAN, ALBERTO, technic expert; founder of Himan Method; formerly 
professor of music Santa Barbara College, and director of music Oakland 
(Cal.) Military Academy; Res. 605 W. One Hundred and Forty-second 
Street. 

HINKLE, FLORENCE (Mrs. Herbert Witherspoon), concert soprano; 
oratorio ; recital ; appearances with leading orchestras, festival associations 
and clubs; address, care Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth 
Street. 

HINSHAW, WILLIAM WADE,* concert and operatic baritone; formerly 
with Metropolitan Opera Company; principal baritone roles in French, Ger- 
man and Italian repertoire ; oratorio and music festival engagements ; bril- 
liantly successful recital artist; Mrs. William Wade Hinshaw (Mabel Clyde) ; 
Res. 1 W. Fifty-first Street. 

HODGSON, LESLIE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; formerly vor- 
bereiter for Teresa Carreno in Berlin; specialty modern programs; Res. 212 
W. Fifty-ninth Street. 

HODKINSON, MISS EMMA W.,* concert soprano; oratorio; teacher of 
singing, including normal classes ; secretary New York Music Teachers' As- 
sociation (1915); studio, Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway; Res. 
Grantwood, N. J. 

HOFMANN, JOSEF, concert pianist ; one of the greatest masters of the 
keyboard; management Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street. 

HOFHEIMER, MISS GRACE M.,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
assistant to Andre Benoist, pianist for New York Board of Education Lec- 
ture Bureau; head of piano department Chase School (Brooklyn); studio, 
114 W. Seventy-second Street; Res. 123 W. One Hundred and Twenty-sixth 
Street. 

x HOMER, LOUISE (Mrs. Sidney Homer), prima donna contralto Metro- 
politan Opera Company ; principal roles : Orfeo, Amneris, Azucena, Ortrud, 
Brangaena and Delilah ; concert tours ; address, Metropolitan Opera Company ; 
Res. Bronxville, N. Y. ; summer home, Lake George, N. Y. 

A HOMER, SIDNEY,* composer songs: "Requiem," "Pauper's Drive," 
"Prospice," "The Song of the Shirt," "Dearest," "Bandanna Ballads," "Song 
of the South," etc.; pianist; Mrs. Sidney Homer (Louise Beatty), prima 
donna contralto Metropolitan Opera Company; address, Metropolitan Opera 
House ; Res. Bronxville, N. Y. ; summer home, Lake George, N. Y. 

HOVING, DR. JOHANNES,* chairman Music and Social Committee Ameri- 
can Scandinavian Society; Mrs. Johannes Hoving (Helga Adamson) ; Res. 
233 Lenox Avenue; summer home (from April to October), 3 Victoria 
Street, Bad Nauheim, Germany. 



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HOWARD, KATHLEEN* (Mrs. Edward Kellogg Baird), contralto Metro- 
politan Opera Company; three years leading contralto Royal Opera, Darm- 
stadt ; three times engaged to appear in Wagner "Ring" performances, Covent 
Garden, London ; leading contralto Century Opera Company ; principal roles : 
Carmen, Amneris, Orfeo, Dalilah, etc. ; concert tours in America and Europe ; 
address, care Haensel & Jones, Aeolian Hall. 

HOWE, MISS MARY HELEN, coloratura soprano; concert, oratorio and 
opera; pupil of Mathilde Marchesi and Rosina Laborde (Paris) and Scala- 
berni (Nice) ; lecture-recitals in English, French, German and Italian reper- 
toire ; management, Mrs. Babcock, Carnegie Hall. 

HOWELL, MRS. HAMPTON P.,* teacher of singing; voice building; 
repertoire; Res. 39 E. Twenty-seventh Street. 

HUDSON-ALEXANDER, CAROLINE* (Mrs. Hugh Alexander), concert 
soprano; oratorio; six years soloist Plymouth Church (Brooklyn) ; manage- 
ment, Loudon Charlton, Carnegie Hall; Res. 520 W. One Hundred and 
Fourteenth Street. 

HUGHES, EDWIN, concert pianist; teacher of piano; composer songs, 
works for piano ; author articles in English and German magazines ; address, 
Steinway Hall, 109 E. Fourteenth Street; European address, Schweiger- 
strasse 2, Munich, Germany. 

HUGO, JOHN ADAM,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; composer piano 
Octave Studies; "The Hero of Byzanz" and "The Temple Dancer" (operas) ; 
one symphony ; chamber music ; pieces for piano, violin and 'cello ; songs, in- 
cluding "The Swan" (a prize composition) ; formerly director European 
Conservatory of Baltimore; studio, Metropolitan Opera House Building, 1425 
Broadway. 

J HUHN, BRUNO, organist; accompanist; teacher of singing; coach; com- 
poser "The Divan" (Persian Song Cycle for four voices and piano) ; "Blest 
Pair of Sirens" (cantata for women's voices) ; setting for "Invictus"; other 
songs; organist Plymouth Church, Brooklyn (N. Y.) ; Res. 41 W. Forty- 
fifth Street; summer address, Bellport, L. I. 

HUMISTON, WILLIAM HENRY, concert organist; composer "Southern 
Fantasie" (for orchestra) ; suite for orchestra (arranged for violin and 
piano) ; "Iphigenia" (dramatic scene for soprano, chorus and orchestra) ; 5 
songs ; author program annotations for New York Philharmonic Society ; oc- 
casional contributor to Musical America and The Musician; Res. 161 Man- 
hattan Avenue. 



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HUMPHRIES, H. R.,* musical director New York Banks Glee Club; 
teacher of voice production and the art of singing; conductor Larchmont 
Ladies' Choral Society and Choral Society of Mamaroneck, N. Y. ; studio, 
Carnegie Hall; Res. 251 W. Eighty-seventh Street; summer address, New 
Canaan, Conn. 

HUNEKER, JAMES GIBBONS, pianist; author "Chopin, The Man and 
His Music," "Mezzotints in Modern Music," "Melomaniacs," etc. ; music 
critic for Puck; formerly wrote musical criticisms for Musical Courier and 
New York Sun; European letters and reviews on music, art and other sub- 
jects for New York Times; contributor to literary magazines; Res. 981 
Madison Avenue. 

HUNT, ARTHUR KELLOGG, manager Standard Booking Office, Aeolian 
Hall. 

HUSS, HENRY HOLDEN,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano and theoreti- 
cal branches ; composer concerto for piano, concerto for violin, chamber music, 
"Cleopatra's Death" (soprano solo and orchestra), "Ave Maria," "Pater 
Noster," "O, Captain, My Captain" (chorus and orchestra), songs and piano 
pieces; Mrs. Henry Holden Huss (Hildegard Hoffmann), concert soprano; 
teacher of singing; joint tours with Mr. Huss; Res. 144 E. One Hundred and 
Fiftieth Street ; summer home, "Bergwiesen," Diamond Point, Lake George, 
N. Y. 

HUTCHESON, ERNEST,* concert pianist; soloist with New York Phil- 
harmonic, New York Symphony, Boston Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, 
Cincinnati Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Russian Symphony, New Haven 
Symphony, Hartford Symphony, Washington Symphony, etc., and the lead- 
ing music festivals and principal orchestras in Europe ; composer piano con- 
certo, violin concerto, concerto for two pianos with orchestra, Symphonic 
Poem for orchestra, Symphonic Suite for orchestra, songs, piano pieces, etc. ; 
author "The Elements of Piano Technic," "Guide to 'Elektra' " (Richard 
Strauss) ; Mrs. Ernest Hutcheson (Baroness Senfft von Pilsach) ; address, 
Steinway Hall, 109 E. Fourteenth Street. 

HYDE, E. FRANCIS,* active in the affairs of the New York Philharmonic 
Society since 1856; served as president from 1888-1901; co-operating with 
the board (1903) raised fund to bring foreign conductors to this country to 
direct concerts of the Philharmonic ; Colonne, Fiedler, Kunwald, Mengel- 
berg, Paezner, Safanoff, Steinbach, Henry J. Wood, and Weingartner; elected 
a fellow of London Philharmonic Society in 1892; vice-president of Central 
Trust Company of New York since 1896; office 54 Wall Street; Mrs. E. 
Francis Hyde (Marie E. Brown) ; Res. 36 W. Fifty-eighth Street. 



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1 INGRAM, MISS FRANCES,* concert and opera contralto; success in 
principal roles with the Chicago Grand Opera Association; exclusive manage- 
ment James E. Devoe, 933 Dime Bank Building, Detroit, Michigan ; John W. 
Frothingham, Inc., Aeolian Hall (N. Y.), associates for eastern territory. 

IRVINE, MRS. JESSAMINE HARRISON, pianist; accompanist for dis- 
tinguished concert artists; coaching; studio, 1103 Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth 
Street and Seventh Avenue. 

IRVINE, MISS THEODORA URSULA,* teacher of diction for singers; 
dramatic interpretation of roles ; successful pupils on the stage ; teacher of 
Alice Brady ; author "How to Pronounce the Names in Shakespeare" ; origi- 
nal monologues and recitals of modern dramas under management of Lee 
Keedick, 437 Fifth Avenue; address, Carnegie Hall; Res. 575 Riverside 
Drive. 

ISONA, MADAME* (Dorothy Alden), coloratura soprano; dancer; pupil 
of Richard Lowe, Maestro Emerich, Dr. Bruns, Madame Steinbruck of 
Berlin ; appearances in principal cities abroad ; simultaneously singing and 
dancing is Madame Isona's specialty ; gives lessons in singing and inter- 
pretative dancing; Res. 218 Madison Avenue; summer address, Westport, 
Conn. 

IVINS, MISS ANN, concert soprano ; appearances with Paterson (N. J.) 
Festival, Mozart Society, Albert Spalding, Rudolph Ganz, Andre Tourret, 
etc., Res. 50 E. Fifty-eighth Street. 

JAGO, MISS LILIAN,* dramatic reader; created part of Amal in Tagore's 
"The Post Office" at Court Theatre, London, and Abbey Theatre, Dublin ; 
dramatic leads; many appearances under social auspices; management 
Alfred E. Henderson, 1140 Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

JAMES, PHILIP,* conductor of choral societies ; composer songs, choruses, 
violin sonata ; Res. 58 Irving Place ; summer address, Great Kills, N. Y. 

JEFFREY, MISS HELEN M.,* concert violinist; pupil of Franz Kneisel; 
teacher of violin ; Res. 276 Riverside Drive ; summer address, Blue Hill, Maine. 

JENKINS, Mrs. FLORENCE FOSTER,* soprano ; pianist ; graduate Phila- 
delphia Musical Academy, High School of Dramatic Art, and winner Mur- 
dock Prize; editor musical department of Expression; chairman of Music 
"Euterpe," National Round Table, etc. ; Res. 34 E. Thirty-second Street. 

JENNINGS, MISS PAULINE,* pianist; organist; teacher of organ and 
piano ; lecture recitals before colleges and institutes ; Res. 47 E. Twenty-first 
Street. 



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JENNISON, HARRY A., pianist; organist Brighton Heights Reformed 
Church, Tompkinsville, S. I. ; instructor of music Bushwick High School, 
Brooklyn; formerly director music department State Normal School, Mans- 
field, Pa.; Res. 15 Central Avenue, Tompkinsville, Staten Island. 

JEWETT, ALBERT D.,* teacher of piano; specialty, foundational train- 
ing and theory of music; secretary and treasurer New York State Music 
Teachers' Association (1916); author "Idiomatic Ear Training"; Res. 250 
W. Eighty-seventh Street ; summer address, Edgartown, Mass. 

JOHNSON, MISS HARRIET, secretary to Miss Kitty Cheatham; Res. 
274 Madison Avenue. 

JOHNSTON, EDWARD,* concert organist ; teacher of organ ; organist and 
choirmaster Calvary Baptist Church ; organist Rialto Theatre ; composer 
works for organ and piano, anthems, songs, comic operas ; Res. 301 W. Fifty- 
seventh Street. 

JOHNSTON, R. E., manager musical artists in concert, recital and oratorio; 
office, 1451 Broadway. 

JOINER, JOSEPH H. B.,* accompanist; coach; organist and choirmaster 
Thirty-fourth Street Reformed Church; musical director Collegiate Choral 
Society; address, 439 Fifth Avenue; Res. Upper Montclair, N. J. 

JOMELLI, JEANNE* (Mrs. Orrin Backus), distinguished dramatic soprano; 
world tours in concert, recital and oratorio; formerly leading roles with 
Metropolitan Opera Company, Manhattan Opera Company (Hammerstein, 
New York), and principal grand opera houses in Europe; tours under per- 
sonal direction of Orrin Backus; Res. 308 W. Ninety-seventh Street. 

JONAS, ALBERTO,* piano virtuoso; successful tours in Europe and 
America; pedagogue; many gifted pupils include Pepito Arriola, Elsa von 
Grave, Wynne Pyle, Charlotte von Skibinsky. Elsa Rau, Clayton-Bassett, 
Henrietta Gremmel, etc. ; besides large private class is instructor at Von 
Ende School of Music; composer works for piano and songs; author essays 
and articles in leading magazines; Res. 45 W. Seventy-sixth Street. 

JONES, W. SPENCER,* firm of Haensel & Jones, managers of musical 
artists; Res. Hotel McAlpin. 

JORDAN, MISS MARY,* prima donna contralto Century Opera Company; 
principal roles: Delilah, Amneris, Ortrud, Laura, Azucena, etc.; concerts; 
under management Foster & David; soloist Temple Emanu-El (New York) 
and Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church (Brooklyn) ; Res. 500 West End 
Avenue ; summer address, Elberon, N. J. 



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JORN, KARL,* leading tenor world's greatest opera houses, including Metro- 
politan Opera Company, New York ; Royal Opera, Berlin ; Covent Garden, 
London ; National Opera, Argentina ; Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires ; principal 
roles : Lohengrin, Parsifal. Tannhaeuser, Siegfried, Siegmund, Walther, King's 
Son, Canio, Turiddu, Rhadames, etc. ; concert and recital appearances ; per- 
sonal manager and accompanist, Ervine J. Stenson ; address, Hotel Astor. 

KAISER, MISS MARIE,* concert soprano ; oratorio ; recital ; appearances 
with leading choral societies and orchestras ; management Walter Anderson, 
171 W. Fifty-seventh Street; Res. 565 W. One Hundred and Thirty-ninth 
Street. 

KALCHTHALER, B. F., Jr.,* concert tenor; teaches and coaches (during 
summer months) ; address, 6 E. Eighty-first Street; summer address, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

KARMA, MARY (Mrs. J. Moore MacAdam), lyric soprano; concert and 
light opera ; Res. Westways, Seacliff, Long Island. 

KARMIN, EMIL,* concert pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano; musical 
director "The Henderson Players"; management Alfred E. Henderson, 1140 
Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

KAUFMANN, MADAME MINNA,* concert soprano; lieder; teacher of 
singing (The Lehmann Method) ; address, Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street 
and Seventh Avenue. 

KAUFMANN, MAURICE,* concert violinist ; concertmeister People's Sym- 
phony Concerts, New York City Orchestra, and Hartford (Conn.) Phil- 
harmonic Society ; founder and leader Kaufmann String Quartet ; violinist 
Philharmonic Trio; solo appearances with prominent orchestras, clubs and 
Columbia University ; one of the directors and chairman New York Music 
Committee Tonkiinstler Society ; member of The Bohemians ; Mrs. Maurice 
Kaufmann (Marian Seward) ; Res. 200 W. Seventy-eighth Street. 

KEFER, PAUL, concert 'cellist; gold medal Verviers (Belgium, 1894); 
first prize, Paris, 1900; solo 'cellist New York Symphony Orchestra 1908- 
1913; founder and member Trio de Lutece; Res. 119 Washington Place. 

KELLEY, EDGAR STILLMAN,* composer; author; lecturer; principal 
orchestral works include two symphonies : "Gulliver" and "New England" ; 
music to "Ben Hur" (over 4,500 performances) ; "Aladdin Suite," "Alice 
in Wonderland," music to "Macbeth" and "Prometheus Bound," opera "Puri- 
tania," songs, chamber music, works for piano; since 1910 dean composition 
department Cincinnati Conservatory ; also holding composition fellowship 
Western College, Oxford, Ohio; author "Chopin, the Composer," "Musical 
Essays" ; permanent address, Steinway Hall, 109 E. Fourteenth Street. 

KELLOGG, MISS LOUISE,* teacher of singing ; French diction for singers ; 
address 1211 Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

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KELLNER, ELS A* (Mrs. Walter W. Kellner), American soprano; soloist 
with principal American orchestras ; concert and oratorio ; address, care 
Richard Bennett, Room 1404, 505 Fifth Avenue. 

KERNOCHAN, MARSHALL R., composer cantata "The Foolish Virgina" 
and songs; address, Knickerbocker Club, 2 E. Sixty-second Street. 

KERR, U. S.,* concert bass-baritone ; song recitals ; many brilliant successes ; 
booking agent Mrs. R. H. Nelson, Front Avenue, Bronxville, N. Y. ; accepts 
limited number of pupils ; composer "Singing to You" (best known composi- 
tion) and other songs; Mrs. U. S. Kerr (Rowena Powell) ; Res. 561 W. One 
Hundred and Forty-third Street. 

KEYES, MISS MARGARET, concert and operatic contralto; member 
Chicago Opera Company; has appeared with Boston Symphony, New York 
Symphony, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, and all leading music festi- 
vals : Cincinnati, Worcester, Ann Arbor, Oberlin, Buffalo, Ithaca, etc. ; ad- 
dress, care Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street. 

KINGSTON, MORGAN,* concert and operatic tenor; oratorio; principal 
tenor Century Opera Company; engaged for Cincinnati and other leading 
festivals ; Res. Majestic Hotel, Central Park West and Seventy-second Street. 

KINKELDEY, OTTO, baritone; lecturer; chief of the music department 
New York Public Library, Fifth Avenue and Forty-second Street. 

KLAMROTH, WILFRIED, concert baritone; teacher of singing; Mrs. Wil- 
fried Klamroth (Elizabeth Buford Goodwin) ; Res. 124 E. Thirty-ninth 
Street ; summer home, Hillbourne Farm, Vails Gate, N. Y. 

KLEIN, HERMANN,* teacher of singing; pupil of Manuel Garcia and recog- 
nized authority of the Garcia Method ; author "Thirty Years of Musical 
Life in London"; co-editor Manuel Garcia's "Hints on Singing"; address, 
care Musical Courier, 439 Fifth Avenue ; European residence, 40 Avenue 
Road, Regents Park, London, N. W., England. 

KLENNER, MADAME KATHARINE EVANS, VON,* soprano; teacher 
of singing ; translator "Liszt's Reminiscences," folk-songs of several nations ; 
president National Opera Club; Res. 952 Eighth Avenue; summer address, 
Point Chautauqua, N. Y. 

KLIBANSKY, SERGEI, baritone; teacher of singing; studio, 212 W. Fifty- 
ninth Street. 

KLINE, MISS OLIVE,* concert soprano, oratorio; appearances at the lead- 
ing music festivals; tour with Thomas orchestra (1915) ; joint recitals with 
Louise Homer and Titta Ruffo; management Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 
W. Thirty-fourth Street; Res. 514 W. One Hundred and Fourteenth Street; 
summer address, 36 Rugby Road, Schenectady, N. Y. 



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KLOTZ, MISS MAUDE,* lyric soprano ; soloist with prominent orchestras, 
music festivals, clubs and oratorio societies ; management G. Dexter Richard- 
son ; summer home, Port Washington, L. I. 

KNECHT, JOSEPH, violinist ; musical director Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra ; 
formerly member Boston Symphony Orchestra and assistant concertmeister 
Metz (Germany) Opera House; address, The Waldorf-Astoria. 

KNEISEL, FRANZ,* concert violinist ; founder and first violinist of Kneisel 
Quartet ; head of violin department Institute of Musical Art ; composer Con- 
cert Etude for Violin ; author Advanced Exercises for Violin ; editor "Violin 
Classics" (3 vols.) ; Mrs. Franz Kneisel (Marianna Thoma) ; Res. 327 W. 
Eighty-fourth Street ; summer home, Blue Hill, Maine. 

KOELLING, HELENE* (Mme. Avery Almon Matheson), soprano in concert 
and opera; limited number pupils accepted; Res. 65 W. Eighty-ninth Street. 

KOEMMENICH, LOUIS,* conductor New York Oratorio Society, Men- 
delssohn Glee Club and Beethoven Society; composer songs, choruses with 
and without orchestra ; Res. 498 West End Avenue ; summers spent in Maine 
or Europe. 

KOHRSSEN, CARLO,* pianist; choral and orchestral conductor; teacher 
of piano; choir director Park Baptist Church, Port Richmond (Staten 
Island) ; Mrs. Carlo Kohrssen (Ella R. Penn) ; Res. 526 W. One Hundred 

and Thirty-ninth Street. 

KORTSCHAK, HUGO,* concert violinist; first violinist Berkshire String 
Quartet, founded by Mrs. F. S. Coolidge; formerly member Berlin Philhar- 
monic Orchestra, the Museum's Quartet of Frankfort-on-the Main, and 
second concertmaster Chicago Symphony Orchestra ; address, 850 Park 
Avenue; summer address, Pittsfield, Mass. 

KOVEN, REGINALD DE, composer "Robin Hood," "Rob Roy"; other 
operettas and , popular songs ; formerly musical director of the Washington 
(D. C.) Symphony Orchestra; formerly music critic New York World; Mrs. 
Reginald de Koven (Anna Farwell) ; Res. 1025 Park Avenue. 

KRAMER, A. WALTER, pianist; music critic staff of Musical America; 
composer "Symphonic Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra" ; three preludes 
for piano ; two symphonic sketches for orchestra ; numerous songs, choruses 
and compositions for piano, violin, 'cello and organ ; address, 505 Fifth Avenue. 

KREHBIEL, HENRY EDWARD, music critic and musical editor New York 
Tribune; lecturer ; author "How to Listen to Music," "Studies in Wagnerian 
Music Dramas," "Music and Manners in the Classical Period," "A Book of 
Operas," articles in literary magazines on musical subjects ; editor and trans- 
lator of Courvosier's "Technics of Violin Playing" ; translator Beethoven and 
Mozart biographies ; American editor Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musi- 
cians; Mrs. Henry Edward Krehbiel (Marie Van) ; Res. 152 W. One Hun- 
dred and Fifth Street; summer home, Blue Hill, Maine. 



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1 KREISLER, FRITZ, concert violinist; a star of the first magnitude; man- 
agement C. A. Ellis, 50 State Street, Boston, Mass. ; Res. Hotel Wellington, 
Fifty-fifth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

KRIENS, CHRISTIAAN,* concert violinist; formerly conductor New 
Orleans French Opera ; formerly with Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and 
New York Philharmonic (under Mahler) ; composer works for orchestra, 
violin, songs, etc. ; founder and musical director Kriens Symphony Club ; 
choirmaster Park Avenue M. E. Church ; address, Carnegie Hall. 

KRONOLD, HANS,* concert violoncellist ; teacher of interpretation of music 
in its various branches ; composer lieder, soli for 'cello, violin and piano ; 
studio, 2231 Broadway; Res. 561 W. One Hundred and Forty-seventh Street; 
summer address, Musicolony, Westerly, R. I. 

KRUEGER, ADELE* (Madame Ernst Krueger), concert soprano, recitals 
and oratorio; 35 W. Eighty-first Street. 

KRUEGER, KARL A., M.A.,* concert organist; many tours in America; 
organist and choirmaster St. Ann's Church-on-the-Heights (Brooklyn) ; mem- 
ber Sinfonia Fraternity and ONE Fraternity; Res. 18 Hamilton Terrace. 

KUEBLER, JULIA* (Madame Wolfram Kuebler), concert mezzo-soprano; 
oratorio; recital; pupil of Etelka Gerster; pupils accepted; Res. 510 W. One 
Hundred and Fifty-first Street. 

KURSTEINER, JEAN PAUL,* teacher; pianist; composer piona: three 
moods, second Nocturne; vocal: "Invocation to Eros," "Morning," "The 
Salutation of the Dawn," "The Soul's Victory," "Nightfall" ; three religious 
dramatic songs: "Supplication," "Hope," "Deliverance" (publishes the ma- 
jority of his compositions) ; musical director Ogontz (Pa.) Music Club; in- 
structor Ogontz School for Young Ladies since 1893; piano, composition, 
musical history and theory ; expert specialist in touch, tone and interpretation ; 
Mrs. Jean Paul Kiirsteiner (Myrta French), concert and operatic soprano; 
oratorio ; recitals ; Res. Hotel Narragansett, 2508 Broadway. 

KURT, MADAME MELANIE,* prima donna soprano Metropolitan Opera 
Company ; principal roles : Brunnhilde, Isolde, Kundry, Sieglinde, Elsa, Eliza- 
beth, etc. ; concert appearances ; address, Metropolitan Opera Company. 

KUZDO, VICTOR, violinist ; teacher of violin ; sole authorized exponent 
in America of the Leopold Auer System of teaching; composer works for 
violin ; author essays and sketches for musical magazines ; permanent address, 
560 West End Avenue. 

LACHMUND, CARL V.,* pianist; teacher of piano; director School of 
Artistic Piano Playing; composer works for piano and orchestra, performed 
by leading artists and orchestras; studio, Steinway Hall, 109 E. Fourteenth 
Street; Res. Yonkers, N. Y. 



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LADA,* the renowned classic dancer ; brilliant successes ; management John 
W. Frothingham, Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

LA FORGE, FRANK,* concert pianist; accompanist; has toured with Mar- 
cella Sembrich, Johanna Gadski and Frances Alda; composer songs: "Re- 
treat," "To a Messenger," "Like a Rosebud," etc. ; piano works include "Valse 
de Concert," "Romance," and "Gavotte" ; address, Metropolitan Opera House, 
1425 Broadway. 

LAMBERT, ALEXANDER,* pianist; composer "Etude and Bourree," 
"Valse Impromptu" and other works for piano; author "Piano Method," 
"Systematic Course of Studies" ; Res. 792 Lexington Avenue ; summer home, 
Avon-by-the Sea, N. J. 

LAMOND, FELIX,* organist and choirmaster Trinity Chapel ; musical 
editor of The Churchman; Res. 12 W. Tenth Street ; summer home, Stock- 
bridge, Mass. 

LAMSON, GARDINER, opera singer (basso cantante ; teacher of singing; 
engagements with various municipal opera houses in Germany ; Mrs. Gardner 
Lamson (Mary R. Dater) ; Res. 75 W. Fifty-fifth Street. 

LAND, HAROLD,* concert tenor; oratorio; soloist St. Thomas' P. E. 
Church ; teacher of singing ; studios in Yonkers (N. Y.) and Trenton (N. J.) ; 
member Musicians' Club of New York City and New York State Music 
Teachers' Association ; Res. Green Gables, Yonkers, N. Y. 

LANE, DOUGLAS, concert baritone; teacher of singing; Res. 145 W. One 
Hundred and Fifth Street; summer address, Island Heights, N. J. 

LANGENUS, GUSTAVE, first clarinetist New York Symphony Orchestra ; 
teacher of clarinet Institute of Musical Art ; author "Modern Clarinet Play- 
ing," "Virtuoso Studies," etc. ; partner in the Alexander Selmer Music Press ; 
Res. 477 W. One Hundred and Fortieth Street. 

LAPHAM, MRS. EDWIN N. (Evadna Hawkins), pianist; accompanist; en- 
semble ; for town address see Telephone Directory ; permanent address, Clover- 
croft Farm, Peru, Clinton Co., N. Y. 

LARSON, MISS JENNY,* dramatic soprano ; concert ; oratorio ; opera ; 
Res. 15 E. Thirty-eighth Street ; summer address, Taghanic Inn, Sharon, Conn. 

LAURENT, DR. VICTOR,* concert and operatic baritone; recitals; lec- 
turer ; teacher of singing ; practising physician for ear, nose, throat and voice ; 
author "Respiration for Tone Production," "Defects of Voice and Speech" ; 
Pittsburgh representative Musical Leader (Chicago) ; Res. 6 E. Eighty-first 
Street ; summer address, 107 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

LAWLOR, MISS LILLIE,* director The Lillie Lawlor Allied Arts; 
address, 131 E. Sixty-sixth Street. 



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LAWRENCE, MISS LUCILLE, prima donna soprano; formerly Metro- 
politan Opera Company ; successful engagements with leading opera house in 
Italy; concert appearances under management of Mrs. Herman Lewis, Inc., 
402 Madison Avenue. 

LAWSON, Dr. FRANKLIN,* concert tenor; teacher of singing; physician 
(Columbia, 1890) ; owner of "Musicolony" at Westerly, R. I.; address, 35 W. 
Forty-second Street ; summer address, Musicolony, R. I. 

LEGINSKA, MADAME ETHEL, concert pianist : many successful recitals ; 
management Haensel & Jones, Aeolian Hall ; Res. Hotel Grenoble, Seventh 
Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street. 

LEHMANN, GEORGE, violinist and teacher; director Lehmann Violin 
School ; author "True Principles of Violin Playing" ; editor and translator 
Schirmer's edition of de Beriot's Violin Method ; editor "Twenty-five Pieces 
in the First Position," numerous writings on subjects appertaining to violin 
playing; Res. 147 W. Ninety-seventh Street. 

LEIFELS, FELIX, manager New York Philharmonic Society; address, 
Carnegie Hall, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-seventh Street. 

LE MASSENA, CLARENCE C.,* editor Musical Advance; president Musical 
Advance Co. ; secretary and treasurer, Driggs & Le Massena, Inc. ; composer 
operettas; cantata "The New, Old Year," "Albumblatt" for strings; songs; 
pieces for violin and piano; Mrs. Clarence Le Massena (Roberta C. Ghent), 
address, Aeolian Hall; Res. 197 Park Avenue, Orange, N. J. 

LETZ, HANS,* violinist ; teacher of violin ; second violinist Kneisel Quartet ; 
Mrs. Hans Letz (Ida Seliger) ; address, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street; summer 
home, Ittenheim, Alsace-Lorraine, Germany. 

LEVIN, MISS CHRISTINE,* concert and oratorio contralto; has toured 
from coast to coast ; specializes in song recitals ; Residence-studio, Hotel 
Wellington, Fifty-fifth Street and Seventh Avenue: summer home, Little 
Point Sable, Michigan. 

LEWIS, INC., MRS. HERMAN,* Mrs. Herman Lewis, president ; managers 
of distinguished artists in concert, oratorio and recital ; address, 402 Madison 
Avenue. 

LICHTMANN, MAURICE, and MADAME SINA, directors Lichtmann 
Piano Institute ; concert pianists ; (graduates Imperial Conservatory and 
Meisterschule, Vienna) ; recital tours and appearances with leading orchestras ; 
Res. 730 Riverside Drive. 

LIEBLING, ESTELLE (Mrs. Arthur R. Mosler), soprano in concert and 
opera ; Res. 101 W. Eightieth Street ; summer address, Margaretville, N. Y. 



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LIBELING, LEONARD, editor Musical Courier; pianist; composer piano 
pieces, songs and chamber music ; librettist "The Girl and the Kaiser" 
(American version), "The American Maid," "The Balkan Princess"; other 
works for the stage; Mrs. Leonard Liebling (Eda Battger) ; Res. 35 Clare- 
mont Avenue. 

LIEBLING, MAX, pianist ; accompanist ; coach for singers ; address, 828 
Seventh Avenue. 

LILIENTHAL, ABRAHAM, W.,* teacher of violin, harmony, counterpoint, 
instrumentation; composer, string quartet E Flat major; Sextet D Minor; 
sonata for violin and piano G minor; member New York Philharmonic So- 
ciety; Mrs. Abraham W. Lilienthal (Ida C. Salberg) ; Res. 60 W. One Hun- 
dred and Twenty-ninth Street. 

LILLY, MISS L.,* secretary to Oscar Saenger, the celebrated teacher of 
many renowned singers ; address, 6 E. Eighty-first Street. 

LINDQUEST, ALBERT,* concert tenor; soloist St. Paul Symphony en tour, 
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, 3 times in Minneapolis, and 2 tours Chi- 
cago Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic en tour ; concert appear- 
ances in the leading cities, many re-engagements ; management Wolfsohn 
Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street; Res. 362 Riverside Drive. 

LOMBARD, LOUIS,* composer "Errisinola" (grand opera), numerous works 
for piano, string orchestra, grand orchestra, military band, songs, etc. ; author 
"Observations of a Musician," "Observations of a Bachelor," "Observations 
of a Traveller," "The Art Melodious," "The Vicious Virtuoso," etc. ; musical 
director Trevano Castle (Lugano, Switzerland) Symphony Orchestra; presi- 
dent Lugano Golf Club, Lucerne Regatta Club; vice-president New York 
Medico-Legal Society ; American Deputy Consul General ; Res. Waldorf- 
Astoria; European address, Trevano Castle, Lugano, Switzerland. 

LONDON, MARION* (Mrs. Lyman J. Reiner), concert lyric sporano; tours 
with leading musical organizations; management, R. E. Johnston; Res. 517 
W. One Hundred and Sixty-ninth Street. 

LOVE, MISS HELEN,* secretary Kneisel Quartet ; address, 1 W. Thirty- 
fourth Street. 

LOW, MISS JULIA B.,* pianist; teacher of piano and harmony; Res. 531 
W. One Hundred and Forty-fifth Street; summer address, Booth Bay Har- 
bor, Maine. 

LOW, MRS. ROLLIE BORDEN,* soprano ; teacher of singing and French 
diction ; Res. 43 W. Tenth Street ; summer home, "Low Brook Farm," Closter, 
N.J. 



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LOWE, MISS CAROLINE M.,* concert organist; only woman who gave 
recitals on out-of-door San Diego Exposition Organ ; recitals (3 seasons) Buf- 
falo (N. Y.) Exposition Organ; accompanist; singer; teacher of singing; 
pupils prepared for concert, church, oratorio and opera ; Res. The Nevada, 
Broadway and Seventieth Street; summer address, 912 The Arcade, Cleve- 
land, O. 

LUCKSTONE, ISIDORE, teacher of singing; coaching; accompanist for dis- 
tinguished singers ; Res. 53 W. Eighty-sixth Street. 

LUND, MADAME CHARLOTTE,* concert and opera soprano ; pupil of Jean 
de Reszke ; operatic engagements filled in Italy ; concert tours in Europe and 
America ; pupils in singing accepted ; Res. 257 W. Eighty-sixth Street. 

MACBETH, MISS FLORENCE,* prima donna coloratura soprano Chicago 
Grand Opera Company ; many appearances in opera and concert in England, 
Holland, Belgium, Germany and Austria-Hungary ; Res. 430 W. One Hun- 
dred and Sixteenth Street. 

MACDOWELL, MRS. EDWARD,* pianist; lecture-recitals; extended tours 
for the benefit of MacDowell Memorial Association, Peterborough, N. H. ; 
Res. Hotel Irving, Gramercy Park. 

MACHIN, MISS LILLIE,* teacher of singing; certified pupil of Luigi Van- 
nuccini ; studio, 1203 Carnegie Hall. 

MACMILLEN, FRANCIS,* concert violinist; composer for violin: 
"Causerie," "Danse Rococco," "Serenade Megre," "Barcarole" ; arrange- 
ments of Mendelssohn's "Hunting Song," "Spinning Song" and "Venetian 
Gondola Song"; for piano: "Berceuse," "Scherzo," and "Wedding March"; 
Res. Hotel Wellington, Fifty-fifth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

MACONDA, CHARLOTTE* (Mrs. W. W. Walters), concert soprano; 
oratorio ; recital ; appearances with the leading orchestras and musical organi- 
zations; Res. 2626 Broadway. 

MACPHERSON, MISS LOUISE,* concert pianist; pupil of Safonoff and 
Goldschmidt) ; Res. 9 W. Seventy-sixth Street; summer address, 700 W. 
Galena Street, Butte, Montana. 

MAIGILLE, MADAME HELENE, soprano; teacher of singing; director 
Helene Maigille School of Bel Canto; Res. Hotel Majestic, Central Park W. 
and Seventy-second Street. 

MAITLAND, ROBERT,* concert and opera bass-baritone; recitalist; for- 
merly with Royal Opera Covent Garden (London), Hamburg (Germany) 
Stadt Theatre; specially engaged for Russian season at Drury Lane (1914) ; 
famous interpreter of lieder ; song recitals given in Berlin, Amsterdam, The 
Hague, London, Paris, Brussels, Florence, New York, and many other cities 
in Europe and America; pupils accepted; management Haensel & Jones, 
Aeolian Hall; Res. 312 Haven Avenue (near Riverside Drive.) 



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MALKIN, MANFRED, concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; director Malkin 
School of Music ; Res. 26 Mount Morris Park. 

MAMPEL, MISS EDNA,* pianist; instruction; contralto soloist; concert 
oratorio; Res. 211 W. One Hundred and Seventh Street. 

MANAGING & PRODUCING COMPANY, INC.,* Alexander Kahn, gen- 
eral manager ; office, 1 16 W. Thirty-ninth Street ; European offices, 14 Place 
Vendome, Paris, France. 

MANNES, MRS. DAVID* (Clara Damrosch), concert pianist; co-director 

with Mr. Mannes of David Mannes Music School ; tours with Mr. Mannes in 
"Sonata Recitals"; teacher of piano; Res. 181 W. Seventy-fifth Street; sum- 
mer home, "Rosemary Farm," Huntington, L. I. 

MANNES, DAVID,* concert violinist; co-director with Mrs. Mannes of 
David Mannes Music School ; teacher of violin ; tours with Mrs. Mannes in 
"Sonata Recitals"; Mrs. David Mannes (Clara Damrosch); Res. 181 W. 
Seventy-fifth Street; summer home, "Rosemary Farm," Huntington, L. I. 

MANNING, EDWARD B., violinist; composer, best known lyrics: "The 
Sweetest Flower," "Her Cheek Is Like a Tinted Rose" ; instructor music 
department Columbia University ; member Societe Auteurs et Compositeurs 
de France ; Res. 412 W. One Hundred and Fifteenth Street. 

-MARGULIES, MISS ADELE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; leader 
of Adele Margulies Trio ; Res. 58 W. Fifty-seventh Street ; summer home, 2 
Pichlergasse, Vienna, Austria. 

MARINER, FREDERIC,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; Mrs. Frederic Mariner 
(Louise Stevens) ; Res. 509 W. One Hundred and Twenty-first Street; sum- 
mer home, "Waldmarin," Buckport, Maine. 

MARKS, CHRISTOPHER, Mus. Doc., organist and choirmaster Church of 
the Heavenly Rest ; musical director International Art Society and Theatre 
Club; Mrs. J. Christopher Marks (Minnie May Snyder) ; Res. 234 W. Forty- 
fourth Street ; summer home, "Pleasant View," West Vienna, Oneida, N. Y. 

MARR, GRAHAM, formerly leading baritone of the Century Opera Com- 
pany ; address, care Max Rabinoff, 1425 Broadway. 

MARTIN, FREDERIC, concert basso ; recital ; oratorio : appearances with 
New Oratorio Society, Handel and Haydn Society of Boston, and other lead- 
ing musical societies and orchestras ; engaged for many music festivals ; teach- 
er of singing; Mrs. Frederic Martin (Sara Dunbury) ; Res. 532 W. One Hun- 
dred and Eleventh Street. 

v MARTIN, RICCARDO, tenor Metropolitan Opera Company; principal 
roles : Faust, Pinkerton, Rudolpho, Mario, Enzo. Turridu ; member Royal 
Opera, Covent Garden, London ; concert tours ; address, Metropolitan Opera 
House, 1425 Broadway ; Res. Hotel Wellington. 



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MARTINELLI, GIOVANNI, tenor Metropolitan Opera Company; prin- 
cipal roles include Don Jose, Canio, Rhadames, and Cavarodossi ; address, 1425 
Broadway. 

MARTUCCI, PAOLO,* concert pianist ; son of the celebrated composer, 
Giuseppe Martucci ; concert appearances in Europe and America ; has played 
at Sunday night concerts at Metropolitan Opera House; formerly head piano 
department Cincinnati Conservatory of Music ; limited number pupils ; Res. 
257 W. Eighty-sixth Street; summer address, 184 Piazza Amedeo, Naples, 
Italy. 

MASON, DANIEL GREGORY, concert pianist ; lecturer ; associate professor 
of music Columbia University; composer works for piano, violin, and cham- 
ber music ; author "From Grieg to Brahms," "A Guide to Music," etc. ; Mrs. 
Daniel Gregory Mason (Mary Lord Taintor) ; Res. 207 W. Fifty-fifth Street; 
summer address, Pittsfield, Mass. 

' MASON, MISS EDITH, lyric coloratura soprano ; opera and concert ; mem- 
ber Metropolitan Opera Company; formerly engaged at Nice and Marseilles 
(France) for principal lyric and coloratura roles; Res. 600 W. One Hundred 
and Thirteenth Street. 

MASON, MARY (Mrs. Clarence W. Brenizer), concert soprano; address, 
care D. W. Losee, 145 W. Forty-fifth Street; summer address, 5389 Berlin 
Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

MASSELL, J., teacher of singing ; many successful professional pupils ; 
studio, Metropolitan Opera House Building, 1425 Broadway. 

MATTERN, WALTER,* teacher of singing ; studio, 67 E. Fifty-ninth Street. 

MATTFELD, MARIE (Madame Wilhelm Mattfeld), mezzo-soprano Metro- 
politan Opera Company; principal roles: Haensel, Magdalena, Martha (in 
Faust), Wowkle, Lucia (Cavalleria Rusticana), etc.; address, Metropolitan 
Opera House. 

MATTFELD, WILHELM, chairman music department Washington Irving 
High School ; composer masses and other scores for Roman Catholic Church 
service ; author "American Song Book" ; Res. 324 W. Fifty-first Street. 

MATZENAUER, MADAME MARGARETS, prima donna mezzo-soprano 
Metropolitan Opera Company; principal roles: Brunnhilde, Isolde, Kundry, 
Fidelio, Dalilah, Santuzza, Carmen, Tosca, Africana, Armida, Iphigenia, etc. ; 
concert appearances; address, Metropolitan Opera Company, 1425 Broadway; 
summer address, 684 Westwood Avenue, West End, N. J. 



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MAVERICK, LAURA* (Mrs. Carl Hahn), mezzo-contralto; concert and 
recital ; Res. Hotel San Remo, Central Park W. and Seventy-fourth Street. 

MAZZIOTTA, RALPH H., teacher of piano, organ and singing ; organist and 
choir director St. Ursula's Church of Mount Vernon (N. Y.) ; conductor 
Mount Vernon Choral Society; director Conservatory of Musical Art (New 
York) ; studio, Steinway Hall, 109 E. Fourteenth Street ; Res. 120 Elm Ave- 
nue, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

MCCLOSKY, D. BYRON, concert basso-cantante ; oratorio; formerly 
teacher of singing and conductor at Oswego, N. Y. ; teacher of voice culture 
and artistic singing; Mrs. D. Byron McClosky (Frances May Blair) ; Res. 551 
W. One Hundred and Seventy-first Street. 

MC CONNELL, MISS HARRIETT,* concert contralto ; soloist Church of 
the Beloved Disciple ; Res. 839 West End Avenue. 

MC CONNELL, MINNIE M.* (Mrs. Edgar B. McConnell), concert soprano; 
teacher of singing; Res. 839 West End Avenue. 

MC CORMACK, JOHN, famous Irish tenor ; member of Royal Opera, Covent 
Garden, London ; formerly member Manhattan Opera Company and Chicago 
Grand Opera Company; phenomenally successful concert tours in America 
under the management of Charles L. Wagner, 1451 Broadway. 

MC CUE, MISS BEATRICE, concert contralto ; recitals (songs by American 
composers featured) ; soloist Broadway Presbyterian Church (New York) ; 
Res. 624 W. One Hundred and Forty-second Street ; summer address, Hights- 
town, N. J. 

MC KAY, MISS ESTELLE COLLETTE,* concert soprano ; lecture-recitals ; 
teacher of singing ; address, Scoville School for Girls, 2042 Fifth Avenue. 

MC LEARY, MISS ANNE W., concert pianist ; accompanist ; coach ; ap- 
peared as soloist and accompanist with Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity Conven- 
tion, Long Beach, Cal., 1915 ; studio, 325 Central Park West, New York City. 

MCLELLAN, MISS ELEANOR, teacher of singing; Res. 33 W. Sixty- 
seventh Street. 

MC MILLAN, MISS FLORENCE,* concert pianist ; accompanist ; coach ; 
accompanist for Slezak and Matzenauer concert tours ; Res. 161 W. Seventy 
sixth Street. 

MEES, ARTHUR,* musical director; teacher of singing and interpretation; 
director musical festivals Worcester, Mass., Albany, N. Y., Boston Cecilia 
Society ; author annotations of New York Philharmonic Programs, 1887- 
1896, Chicago Orchestra Programs, 1896-1898; "Choir and Choral Music"; 
Mrs. Arthur Mees (Susan Marguerite Howell) ; Res. 80 S. Nicholas Avenue. 



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MEHAN, MR. AND MRS. JOHN DENNIS, teachers of singing; many suc- 
cessful pupils ; suite 70, Carnegie Hall. 

MELVILLE-LISZNIEWSKA, MARGUERITE* (Madame Carl Liszniew- 
ska), concert pianist; tours in Europe and America; teacher of interpreta- 
tion and repertoire ; composer songs, sonata for violin and piano, piano quin- 
tet ; address, care Wolf sohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street ; 
European address, Glanzinggasse 21, Vienna XVIII, Austria. 

MENARD, MISS ALEXINA B., teacher of piano (Virgil method) ; resi- 
dence-studio, 327 W. Seventieth Street. 

MERO, YOLANDA (Madame Hermann Irion), concert pianist; Res. 2345 
Broadway ; summers in Europe. 

MERTENS, LOUISE* (Mrs. A. L. Mertens), concert contralto; oratorio; 
recital; soloist Tompkins Avenue Congregational Church (Brooklyn) and 
Temple Beth-El (Manhattan) ; Res. 610 W. One Hundred and Thirty-fifth 
Street; summer address, Box 81, Lake Mohegan, N. Y. 

METROPOLITAN MUSICAL BUREAU, F. C. Coppicus, manager; 
address, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

^MEYN, HEINRICH,* concert and operatic baritone; historical recitals in 
English, French, German and Italian ; European engagements in concert, opera 
and oratorio ; teacher of singing ; coaching ; formerly instructor New England 
Conservatory of Music, Boston; Mrs. Heinrich Meyn (Mary Agnew) ; Res. 
150 W. Fifty -ninth Street. 

MIDDLETON, ARTHUR,* operatic and concert basso; member Metro- 
politan Opera Company ; management Haensel & Jones, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. 
Forty-second Street. 

MIHR-HARDY, MADAME CAROLINE,* dramatic soprano; opera, con- 
cert, oratorio and lieder ; has appeared with the principal musical organizations 
of America ; for 10 years soloist Marble Collegiate Church ; teacher of singing ; 
a director of the Musical Blue Book Corporation ; Res. 309 W. Eighty-sixth 
Street. 

MILDENBERG, ALBERT, concert pianist ; composer 4 operas : "Raffaello," 
"Marie Antoinette," "Adrienne" and "Angello" ; songs, works for piano and 
organ; (pupil of Massenet and Jemain, Paris; Herman, Berlin; and Joseffy, 
New York) ; dean music department Meredith College, Raleigh, N. C. ; for- 
merly conductor Societe Symphonique, Granville, France; summer address, 
Carnegie Hall, New York. 

MILDENBERG, MISS JOSEPHINE, concert soprano; teacher of singing; 
pupil of Fidele Koening, Paris, and Fernando Tanara, New York; Res. 
136 W. Seventy-seventh Street. 



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MILES, GWYLIM, concert baritone ; oratorio ; teacher of singing ; studio, 
2231 Broadway. 

MILLER, E. PRESSON,* teacher of singing; studio, 826 Carnegie Hall, 
Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

MILLER, Dr. FRANK E.,* noted throat specialist; has treated many eminent 
singers; exponent of the Miller Vocal Art Science as taught by Adelaide 
Gescheidt; office, 17 W. Fifty-fourth Street. 

; MILLER, REED,* concert tenor; recital, oratorio; soloist St. Thomas' P. E. 
Church; Mrs. Reed Miller (Nevada Van der Veer), concert contralto; soloist 
Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn ; Res. 749 West End Avenue; summer 
home, Springfield Center, Otsego Co., N. Y. 

MILLIGAN, HAROLD VINCENT, organist ; teacher of piano and organ ; 
organist and choirmaster Fifth Avenue Baptist Church and West End Syna- 
gogue ; composer songs, piano pieces, operetta: "The Outlaws 1 ' (for chil- 
dren's voices), incidental music to comedy "The Love Leash"; contributor to 
various periodicals ; secretary American Guild of Organists ; Mrs. Harold 
Vincent Milligan (Lucy Richardson) ; Res. 8 W. Forty-sixth Street. 

MITTELL, PHILIPP,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; address, Van 
Dyck Studios, Eighth Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street. 

MOLLER, HELEN,* dancer of the Grecian School; founder Moller En- 
semble, appearing in classic plays, dances, original interpretations, etc.; out- 
of-door performances; teacher of dancing; president and treasurer Helen 
Moller Company, Inc. ; address, 222 W. Fifty-ninth Street. 

MOORE, FRANCIS,* concert pianist ; accompanist ; tours with Maud Powell, 
seasons 1913-1914 and 1915; coach; teacher of piano; composer works for 
piano and violin, songs; Mrs. Francis Moore (C. Gertrude Ellis); care H. 
Godfrey Turner, 1400 Broadway. 

MORGAN, MISS MARION,* producer, manager and director of The Marion 
Morgan Dancers ; address, 336 W. Fifty-eighth Street. 

MORGAN, TALI ESEN,* for 17 years musical director Ocean Grove (N. J.) 
music festivals ; concert manager ; lecturer ; publisher New York "Musical 
Hand Book" ; president International Correspondence School of Music ; found- 
er of Musicians Club of New York ; office, Times Building ; Res. 123 W. Forty- 
fourth Street. 

' MORRILL, MRS. LAURA E.,* soprano; appearances in concert, oratorio 
and choir work ; teacher of singing ; pupils filling positions in leading New 
York churches ; touring in concerts ; one pupil placed with Metropolitan Opera 
Company ; Residence-studio, Hotel Majestic, Central Park W. and Seventy- 
second Street. 



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MORRIS, HAROLD C., pianist; graduate University of Texas, also Cin- 
cinnati Conservatory of Music; pupil of Godowsky, Edgar Stillman Kelley 
and Walter Henry Rothwell; teacher of piano; composer 2 piano sonatas, 
other works for piano, 1 operetta; Mrs. Harold C. Morris (Cosby Dansby) ; 
Res. 270 W. Ninety-third Street. 

MORRIS, MRS. HATTIE CLAPPER, teacher of singing; many distin- 
guished professional pupils; Res. 1730 Broadway. 

MORRISEY, MARIE* (Mrs. George Sims Morrisey), concert contralto; 
oratorio ; recital ; soloist Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church ; soloist Edison 
Diamond Disc Graphaphone; management Foster & Foster, 25 W. Forty- 
second Street; studio, 252 W. Ninety-first Street; Res. 1346 E. Twenty- 
seventh Street, Brooklyn. 

MOSKOWITZ, ISIDORE,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; makes 
records for Edison Phonograph; Mrs. Isidore Moskowitz (Bertha Klemen), 
concert pianist; joint sonata recitals with Mr. Moskowitz; address, 79 Fifth 
Avenue, care Edison Phonograph ; Res. 603 W. One Hundred and Fortieth 
Street. 

MOTT, LUTHER,* concert baritone; soloist Hamilton Grange Reformed 
Church (New York) ; address, 10 W. Eighty-second Street. 

MULFORD, MME. FLORENCE HUNT,* contralto Metropolitan Opera 
Company; soloist Central Presbyterian Church; teacher of singing; studios, 
50 W. Sixty-seventh Street (N. Y.) and 1104 Broad Street, Newark, N. J. 

MUNRO, HARRY,* baritone, concert and oratorio appearances in Europe 
and America ; teacher of a metaphysical system of voice ; author "The Science 
of Voice," a work on metaphysics ; management, Dexter Richardson ; per- 
sonal address, 47 E. Thirtieth Street. 

MURPHY, LAMBERT,* concert and operatic tenor; formerly with Metro- 
politan Opera Company ; oratorio ; appearances with leading orchestras ; many 
music festival engagements ; management, Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. 
Thirty-fourth Street; Res. 112 W. Forty-seventh Street. 

MUSIC LEAGUE OF AMERICA, address, Aeolian Hall. 

MUSICIANS' CONCERT MANAGEMENT, INC.,* Aeolian Hall, managers 
of distinguished artists in concert, oratorio and recital ; address, Aeolian Hall, 
29 W. Forty-second Street. 

MUSIN, OVIDE,* violin virtuoso; director Ovide Musin Virtuoso School 
for Violin; teacher of celebrated concert artists; composer works for violin 
and orchestra; also many transcriptions; Mrs. Ovide Musin (Annie Louise 
Hodges), coloratura soprano; Res. 51 W. Seventy-first Street. 



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MYER, EDMUND J.,* teacher of singing; founder National Summer School 
of Music, Lake Chautauqua and Round Lake, N. Y. ; author "Truths of Im- 
portance to Vocalists," "The Voice from a Practical Standpoint," "Voice 
Training Exercises," etc. ; Mrs. Edmund J. Myer (Ara Warner) ; address, 
703 Carnegie Hall; summer address, 211 Fischer Building, Seattle, Wash- 
ington. 

NAMARA, MADAME MARGUERITE,* operatic and concert soprano; 
debut in Genoa, Italy, as Marguerite in Gounod's "Faust" ; concert tours in 
America ; Res. 1 190 Madison Avenue. 

NASH, MISS FRANCES,* concert pianist; many brilliant successes; per- 
sonal representative, Miss Evelyn Hopper; accepts limited number pupils; 
address, 1 124 Aeolian Hall ; summer address, Heath, Mass. 

NEW YORK SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ARTS,* Ralfe Leech Sterner, 
director; address, Central Park West, Corner Ninety-fifth Street (see Ralfe 
Leech Sterner). 

NICHOLS, JOHN W.,* concert tenor; teacher of singing; vocal director 
summer schools University of Vermont; Mrs. John W. Nichols (Hester E. 
Hardman), pianist; joint recitals with Mr. Nichols; residence-studio, 28 W. 
Sixty-third Street; summer address, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 

NIELSEN, MISS ALICE,* prima donna soprano Metropolitan and Boston 
Opera Companies ; principal roles : Mimi, Gilda, Norina, Adina, Lucia, Nedda ; 
concert tours; Res. Metropolitan Opera House Building, 1425 Broadway, 
summer address, Harrison, Maine. 

NIESSEN-STONE, MADAME MATJA,* concert and operatic mezzo- 
contralto; lieder; formerly with Metropolitan Opera Company; teacher of 
singing; for nine years leading teacher at New York Institute of Musical Art; 
Res. 151 W. Seventy-second Street. 

NORDON, MISS CLAIRE, pianist; teacher of piano (Leschetizky and 
Lhevinne exponent) ; studio, 503 Carnegie Hall ; summer address, "Breme- 
stead" School for Girls, Diamond Point, Lake George, N. Y. 

OBER, MARGARET, contralto Metropolitan Opera Company ; leading roles 
include Ortrud, Amneris, Fricka, Brangane, Azucena and Eglantine; concert 
appearances under the management of Antonia Sawyer, Aeolian Hall, New 
York ; address, Metropolitan Opera Company, 1425 Broadway. 

OHRSTROM-RENARD, AUGUSTA* (Madame Fred O. Renard), teacher 
of singing; Res. 216 W. Seventieth Street. 

ORTMANN, CAROLYN* (Madame William Ortmann), prima donna 
soprano Bremen, Chemnitz, Germany; principal roles: Eva, Elsa, Sieglinde, 
Elizabeth, Senta, Aida ; concert tours Germany, England and America ; teacher 
of singing ; Res. 578 Madison Avenue. 



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ORTMANN, WILLIAM,* violinist; member New York Philharmonic 
Society ; author "Municipal Loose Leaf Violin Method" ; teacher of violin ; 
Mrs. William Ortmann (Carolyn Rosenthal), prima donna soprano; Res. 578 
Madison Avenue. 

OTIS, FLORENCE* (Florence Anderson Otis), concert and operatic 
soprano ; management Foster & David, 500 Fifth Avenue ; Res. 124 W. 
Seventy-third Street. 

PARSONS, ALBERT ROSS,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; originator 
"Synthetic Method" ; organist, ex-president American College of Musicians 
University of New York ; ex-president Music Teachers' National Association ; 
lecturer ; composer songs, studies, exercises, and other works for piano ; author 
"Science of Pianoforte Practice," "Parsifal" (an essay) ; translator Wagner's 
"Beethoven" ; Mrs. Albert Ross Parsons (Alice Eva Van Ness) ; address, care 
Steinway & Sons, 107 E. Fourteenth Street. 

PARTRIDGE, MRS. GERTRUDE HESSELTINE,* Yersin method of 
French diction for singers ; diplomee and authorized teacher ; class and private 
lessons in language and diction ; holds diploma from University of Grenoble, 
France; pupil of M. Alexander of the Comedie Francaise, Paris, France; 
address, Van Dyck Studios, 939 Eighth Avenue. 

PATTERSON, MISS ELEANOR,* concert contralto (genuine contralto, 
range three octaves) ; extended tour during 1915-16, with special engage- 
ments at the Expositions in San Francisco and San Diego (Cal.) ; leader 
Eleanor Patterson Concert Company, which includes Caroline M. Lowe, 
organist-pianist, and Elsa Hoertz, harpist; Res. 510 W. One Hundred and 
Twenty- fourth Street. 

PATTERSON, MISS ELIZABETH KELSO,* soprano ; teacher in singing ; 
pupil of Mathilde Marchesi and Sir Charles Santley ; author articles on sing- 
ing and voice culture; studio-residence, 257 W. One Hundred and Fourth 
Street. 

PATTOU, ALBERT B.,* manager and proprietor Church Choir Agency; 
Mrs. Albert B. Pattou (Elizabeth Jerome) ; Res. 253 W. Forty-second Street. 

PEASE, MISS FLORENCE L.,* manager distinguished artists in concert, 
oratorio and recital ; office, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street. 

PEAVEY, N. VALENTINE,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano, vocal coach, 
musical director Peavey Choral Society of Brooklyn ; studio, 47 E. Thirtieth 
Street ; Res. 99 Euclid Avenue, Brooklyn ; summer address, Musicolony, Rhode 
Island. 

PEFFER, C. A., manager Redpath Lyceum Bureau; office, 1527 Aeolian 
Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 



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PELTON-JONES, MISS FRANCES,* harpsichordist; pianist; organist; 
teacher of piano and organ ; unique costume recitals (harpsichord) with stage 
settings ; owns valuable replica of instrument used by Bach and Handel ; ap- 
pearances before many distinguished audiences ; Res. Hotel Endicott, Colum- 
bus Avenue and Eighty-first Street; also care William Knabe & Company, 
437 Fifth Avenue. 

PENFIELD, RODERIC, editor Opera Magazine, 1600 Broadway; author 
librettos "Lady Teazle," "The White Hen" ; president Opera Magazine Com- 
pany and Pictorial News Company ; director American Pianograph Company ; 
Mrs. Roderic Penfield (Georgette Armandine Giffault) ; Res. 131 Cathedral 
Parkway. 

PERCY, RICHARD T., organist and choir director Marble Collegiate 
Church; teacher of singing; studio, 1201 Carnegie Hall; Mrs. Richard T. 
Percy (Josephine Jennings) ; Res. 936 West End Avenue; summer address, 
Plymouth, Mass. 

PETTEE, KATHARINE* (Mrs. Frank Howe Kelly), pianist; teacher of 
piano ; exponent system of music study for young children based upon sym- 
bolism ; Residence-studio, The Adlon, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-fourth Street. 

PEYSER, HERBERT F., music critic Musical America; address, 500 Fifth 

Avenue. 
PHILIPS, ARTHUR,* concert baritone ; teacher of singing ; studio, Carnegie 

Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

PHILLIPPE, DORA DE* (Madame Arthur S. Phinney), opera and concert 
soprano; original Madame Butterfly in Savage English Productions; concert 
tours; member Chicago Grand Opera Company, season 1915-1916; Res. 
Hotel St. James, 109 W. Forty-fifth Street. 

PILZER, MAXIMILIAN,* concertmeister New York Philharmonic Society ; 
concert violinist ; tours in Europe and America ; address, Metropolitan Opera 
House Building, 1425 Broadway. 

PIZZARELLO, JOSEPH (son of Giacomo Pizzarello, operatic tenor), 
teacher of singing; formerly concert pianist; Res. Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth 
Street and Seventh Avenue. 

PLATT, MISS ESTELLE,* teacher of singing ; voice placing ; old Lamperti 
method; diction; certified pupil of Delle Sedie; studio-residence, 115 Carnegie 
Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

' POLACCO, GIORGIO, conductor Metropolitan Opera Company; very 
popular with the public and artists of the company; address, Metropolitan 
Opera House, 1425 Broadway. 

1 POLAK, EMIL J.,* pianist ; accompanist ; coach ; Res. 533 W. One Hun- 
dred and Fiftieth Street. 

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POND, J. B., LYCEUM BUREAU,* managing musical artists and lecturers, 
including Ratan Devi, Charlotte Lund, Weber Male Quartet, Lotus Glee Club, 
New York University Musical Club, etc. ; address, Metropolitan Life Build- 
ing, 1 Madison Avenue. 

POORE, CHARLES PRESCOTT, manager Musicians' Publicity Bureau; 
formerly assistant editor The Musician, and literary editor and music critic 
with G. Schirmer; Mrs. Charles Prescott Poore (Alice Madeleine Smart) ; ad- 
dress, 70 Fifth Avenue. 

POWELL, DOUGLAS, teacher of singing; studio, 3657 Broadway. 

" POWELL, JOHN,* concert pianist ; proclaimed by the leading critics as 
an artist of the first rank ; management John W. Frothingham, Inc., Aeolian 
Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

'POWELL, MAUD* (Madame H. Godfrey Turner), concert violinist; ex- 
tended world tours ; many brilliant successes ; address, 1400 Broadway ; sum- 
mer home, Whitefield, N. H. 

PRATT, MISS FERNANDA,* concert contralto; oratorio; recital; music 
festival appearances; (formerly of San Francisco); Res. 319 W. Fifty- 
seventh Street. 

PRIAULX, JOSEPH MARTIN, manager New York Chamber Music 
Society ; general musical guide and adviser to many artists ; address, 8 E. 
Thirty-fourth Street. 

PURDY, MISS CONSTANCE,* concert contralto; attractive programs of 
Russian songs ; Res. 400 Riverside Drive. 

RANDEGGER, GIUSEPPE ALDO,* concert pianist; tours in England and 
America ; organist ; teacher of piano and organ ; director Randegger Conserv- 
atory of Music and Randegger Societa per la Musica Italiana; leader Ran- 
degger Trio ; organist Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture ; composer opera : 
"The Promise of Medea" (libretto by Henriette Brinker Randegger), songs: 
"If You Were I and I Were You, Sweetheart," "Love Me," "Venetian 
Legend," works for piano, etc. ; collaborator in "The International Music and 
Drama" ; author essays in literary and musical magazines ; address, Randegger 
Conservatory of Music, 8 E. Thirtieth Street. 

RANDOLPH, EMORY B.,* concert tenor; oratorio; makes records for 
Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph ; teacher of singing ; Res. 200 W. Ninety- 
ninth Street. 

RAPPOLD, MADAME MARIE, prima donna soprano Metropolitan Opera 
Company; principal roles: Aida, Leonora (II Trovatore), Eurydice, Elsa, 
Marguerite, Michaela ; address, Metropolitan Opera Company, 1425 Broad- 
way. 



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RASELY, GEORGE,* concert tenor; soloist Fifth Avenue Baptist Church; 
management Gertrude F. Cowen, 1451 Broadway. 

RAWLING, SYLVESTER, music critic New York Evening World; address, 
World Building, Park Row. 

REARDON, GEORGE WARREN,* baritone; teacher of voice; manager 
Schubert Quartet and Criterion Male Quartet ; musical director First M. E. 
Church of Hoboken (N. J.) ; Mrs. George Warren Reardon (Mildred D. 
Graham) ; Res. 623 W. One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Street. 

REBARER, JOHN,* concert pianist ; coach ; accompanist ; director Rebarer 
School of Pianoforte; toured with Gertrude Rennyson, Allen Hinckley, Reed 
Miller, Frank Croxton, etc. ; address, Rebarer Studios, 420 Madison Avenue. 

RECHLIN, EDWARD, concert organist; accompanist; teacher of organ; 
organist and choirmaster Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church ; Mrs. Ed- 
ward Rechlin (Margretta Sanders); Res. 71 E. Ninety-third Street. 

REED, GRAHAM,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; studios, Carnegie 
Hall (N. Y.), Pouch Gallery, 345 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn; Mrs. Graham 
Reed (Sarah Agnes Campbell) ; address, 345 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn. 

REGNEAS, JOSEPH,* singer; teacher of singing; priminent American 
basso in oratorio, recital 1898-1903 ; important operatic engagements in Ger- 
many ; first American to sing Hans Sachs in New York ; instructor of many 
prominent opera and concert artists; Mrs. Joseph Baernstein Regneas (Sara 
Anderson), concert and opera soprano; Res. 133 W. Eightieth Street. 

REIMHERR, GEORGE F.,* concert tenor; oratorio; soloist Chapel of the 
Intercession ; teacher of singing ; address, Care, Musical Blue Book Corpora- 
tion, 105 W. Fortieth Street ; summer address, Sea Cliff, L. I. 

REISS, ALBERT, tenor Metropolitan Opera Company ; a marvelous char- 
acter impersonator of roles in French, German, English and Italian operas ; 
address, Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway. 

RENARD, FRED O.,* manager Anna Case, Carlos Salzedo, and other artists ; 
Mrs. Fred O. Renard (Augusta Ohrstrom) ; Res. 216 W. Seventieth Street. 

RENNAY, LEON, concert baritone ; teacher of singing ; holds diploma of 
Yersin Method of French Diction ; Res. 675 Madison Avenue. 

REPPERT, H. H.,* concert violinist ; conductor of opera ; teacher of piano 
and singing ; president and director Public Academy of Music of the State of 
New York ; address, 146 E. One Hundred and Fifteenth Street. 

REYNOLDS, MISS HELEN,* concert violinist; member Elsa Fischer 
String Quartet; founder Reynolds Trio of Boston (Mass.) ; teacher of violin 
New York Public Schools, New York Institute of Music and Greenwich 
Settlement Music School ; Res. 45 W. Eleventh Street. 



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RICARDO MADAME GRACIA, concert soprano; recital; oratorio; dis- 
tinguished in Germany for her interpretations of Brahms lieder; Res. 204 
Brooklyn Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

RICHARDSON, A. MADELEY, Mus. Doc., concert organist; teacher of 
organ ; author "Handbooks for the Clergy," Modern Organ Accompaniment," 
"The Southwalk Psalter," "Psalms, Their Structure and Musical Rendering," 
"The Choirmaster's Art," "Choir Training Based on Voice Production," and 
other works ; lecturer on music and other subjects ; organist and choirmaster 
Calvary Baptist Church; Res. 490 Riverside Drive. 

RICHARDSON, G. DEXTER,* manager of musical artists and promoter of 
musical affairs ; office, 501 Fifth Avenue. 

RIDDELL, JEAN, manager of distinguished concert artists ; address, 420 
Madison Avenue. 

RIDER-KELSEY, MADAME CORINNE,* concert soprano; recitals; for 10 
years the leading concert soprano of America ; Res. 523 W. One Hundred and 
Twelfth Street. 

RIEGER, WILLIAM H.,* concert tenor; oratorio; recital; soloist West 
Park Presbyterian Church ; vocal instruction ; Res. 523 W. One Hundred and 
Thirty-eighth Street. 

RIGAUD, CLARA DE* (Madame Nicholas de Rigaud), soprano; teacher of 
singing ; author "Guide to Perfect Tone Production" ; composer songs, voice 
specialist to the American Advisory Board National Society of Music ; Res. 
The Linlaugh, 2647 Broadway. 

RIKER, J. ALBERT, traveling representative Musical Courier; address, 437 
Fifth Avenue. 

RIO, ANITA* (Madame J. Armour Galloway), prima donna soprano Covent 
Garden, London; Costanzi, Rome; concert; opera; oratorio; management 
Haensel & Jones ; Res. 637 Madison Avenue. 

ROBERTS, MISS EMMA,* concert contralto ; oratorio ; recital ; appearances 
with leading orchestras and clubs; exclusive direction Musicians' Concert 
Management, Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

ROBERTSON, DUNCAN,* lyric baritone ; Res. 9 E. Forty-first Street. 

ROBERTSON, LILLIAN,* pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano; accom- 
panist for Dixie Club of New York; organist; Res. 320 St. Nicholas Avenue. 

ROBESON, MISS LILA,* contralto Metropolitan Opera Company; prin- 
cipal roles: Fricka (Die Walkiire), The Witch (Konigskinder), The Witch 
(Haensel and Gretel) ; concert appearances; Res. 203 W. Ninety- fourth 
Street; summer address, 6106 White Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 



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ROBINSON, WALTER, tenor ; teacher of singing; conductor Mount Vernon 
(N. Y.) Musical Society, Richmond Hill (N. Y.) Choral Society; choirmaster 
and soloist Mount Vernon First Baptist Church ; Mrs. Walter Robinson 
(Minnie Hessin), contralto; pianist; teacher of singing and piano; address, 
Carnegie Hall ; summer address, Paul Smith's, Adirondack Mountains, N. Y. 

ROBSARTE, LIONEL HAYES, tenor in opera and concert; teacher of 
singing; Mrs. Lionel Hayes Robsarte (Grace d'Aubigne) ; Res. 204 W. Fifty- 
fifth Street ; summer address, Ardendale, Canada. 

ROEDER, CARL M.,* pianist; teacher of piano; studio, 607-608 Carnegie 
Hall ; Res. 423 E. One Hundred and Fortieth Street ; summer address, North 
Conway, N. H. 

ROENTGEN, ENGELBERT, concert 'cellist ; formerly solo 'cellist Tonhalle 
Orchestra, Zurich, Switzerland; first teacher of 'cello Mannes School of 
Music; address, Netherland Club, 3 Gramercy Park. 

ROGERS, FRANCIS, concert baritone; limited number of pupils; author 
"Some Famous Singers of the Nineteenth Century"; contributor to musical 
and literary magazines; Mrs. Francis Rogers (Cornelia Barnes) ; Res. 115 E. 
Fifty-third Street. 

ROLLA, MADAME KATE,* lyric soprano ; pupil of Mathilde Marchesi ; has 
sung 48 leading roles in European opera houses and Metropolitan Opera 
House (New York) ; teacher of voice production; Res. 251 W. Eighty-first 
Street (will return to Paris after the war). 

ROOT, MISS VIRGINIA, concert soprano ; *6 seasons with John Philip 
Sousa and Sousa's Band, including trip around the world and trans-continental 
tour ; address, 23 Barker Avenue, White Plains, N. Y. 

' ROTHIER, LEON,* leading basso in French and Italian operas Metropolitan 
Opera Company; principal roles: Mephistopheles, Friar Laurence, Marcel, 
Miracle, Ramfis, Sparafucile, etc. ; a favorite concert artist singing in English, 
French, German and Italian; Madame Leon Rothier (Simone de Mauborget) ; 
address, Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway ; Res. 47 E. Fifty-eighth 
Street. 

ROTH WELL, WALTER HENRY,* conductor; composer; formerly con- 
ductor Hamburg Opera House, Germany, under Gustav Mahler, and general 
director Royal Opera, Amsterdam, Holland; conducted first English produc- 
tions of "Parsifal" and "Madame Butterfly," management Henry W. Savage] 
conductor (1916) concert by Civic Orchestral Society at Madison Squarfi 
Garden; Mrs. Walter Henry Rothwell (Elizabeth Wolff); Res. Rockfall 
Apartments, 545 W. One Hundred and Eleventh Street. 



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ROTHWELL-WOLFF, ELIZABETH* (Madame Walter Henry Rothwell), 
concert and opera soprano; (studied in Paris with Jean de Reszke) ; formerly 
prima donna Royal Opera, Darmstadt) ; specially engaged for Henry W. 
Savage's production of "Madame Butterfly" ; tours with St. Paul Symphony 
Orchestra ; teacher of singing ; Res. 545 W. One Hundred and Eleventh Street. 

ROYALL, MRS. C. HOWARD* (Mrs. Harold A. Caparn) teacher of sing- 
ing; studio 9 E. Fifty-ninth Street; Res. Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. 

RUBNER, DR. CORNELIUS,* professor of music ; head of the department 
of music Columbia University ; concert pianist and teacher ; composer trio for 
piano and strings ; Festival Overture ; symphonic poem, "Peace, War and Vic- 
tory" (for orchestra) ; festival cantata for soli, chorus and orchestra; violin 
concerto; "Prince Ador," ballet in three acts; other compositions for voice, 
violin, 'cello and orchestra; several Wagner transcriptions for piano; author 
"Phases of Pianoforte Study"; Mrs. Cornelius Riibner (Claudine Tezet de 
Corval) ; Res. 316 W. Ninety-fourth Street; summer address, Columbia 
University. 

RUNYON, MRS. MARY B.,* director Hillside Studio of Music; successor 
to Price Cottle Conservatory ; teacher of piano and singing ; address, 453 W. 
One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Street. 

RUSSELL, ALEXANDER,* director Wanamaker Auditorium Concerts; 
organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church, Newark, N. J. ; asso- 
ciate American Guild of Organists; musical director Madrigal Club; pianist; 
limited number of pupils ; composer songs : "Sunset," "Sacred Fire," "Ex- 
pectation," etc. ; Res. 230 Riverside Drive. 

RUSSIAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,* Modest Altschuler, conductor 
(14th season) ; management John W. Frothingham, Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. 
Forty-second Street. 

RUYSDAEL, BASIL, basso Metropolitan Opera Company ; notable Wag- 
nerian singer ; address, 1425 Broadway. 

v RYAN, BYFORD,* concert and operatic tenor ; 3 years leading tenor Opera 
Comique in Berlin ; teacher of singing ; studio, 28 W. Sixty-third Street. 

SAENGER, GUSTAV,* editor The Musical Observer and the Metronome; 
violinist and pianist; translated into English Professor H. Kling's "Modern 
Orchestration and Instrumentation"; editor-in-chief Carl Fischer Violin pub- 
lications; composer 2 concert solos (Spanish style), 3 concert miniatures, 
12 "Album Leaves" ( for piano) ; arrangements and pieces for piano and string 
instruments ; Res. 105 E. Fifteenth Street. 

' SAENGER, OSCAR,* teacher of singing ; distinguished pupils in opera and 
concert in Europe and America; Mrs. Oscar Saenger (Charlotte Welles); 
Res. 6 E. Eighty-first Street. 



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SAJOUS, LOUIS J.,* baritone ; teacher of singing ; president Fraternal Asso- 
ciation of Musicians ; author "The Use and Abuse of the Nasal Cavities," 
"Vocal Physiology," etc.; Mrs. Louis J. Sajous (Elizabeth C. Stotesbury) ; 
Res. 4 W. Twenty-eighth Street. 

T SALZEDO, CARLOS, harp virtuoso; teacher of harp; founder of the Trio 
de Lutece, harp (Salzedo), flute (Barrere), 'cello (Kefer) ; composer works 
for harp and transcriptions for harp ; Res. 752 West End Avenue. 

SAMOILOFF, LAZAR S., concert and operatic baritone; teacher of sing- 
ing! (graduate Imperial Conservatory, Vienna, with honors; also pupil of 
Brogi, one of Italy's most celebrated teachers) ; operatic engagements in Italy 
and Russia ; musical editor Russian Daily Word in America ; musical director 
Bel Canto Society ; Res. 620 Riverside Drive. 

- SANDBY, HERMAN,* concert 'cellist; formerly solo 'cellist Philadelphia 
Orchestra) ; tours in Europe and America ; celebrated for his performances 
of Scandinavian music ; composer works for 'cello, piano, etc. ; management, 
Annie Friedberg, 1425 Broadway ; Res. 378 Central Park W. 

SANDERS, MAX,* concert direction ; artists : Madame Pauline Donalda, 
soprano ; Madame Maria Duchene, contralto ; Charles Harrison, tenor ; Evelyn 
Starr, violinist ; address, 1437 Aeolian Hall. 

SAPIO, ROMUALDO,* vocal teacher; principal vocal department National 
Conservatory of Music; formerly conductor Metropolitan Opera House, and 
opening Chicago Auditorium (with Adelina Patti) ; opera houses in Europe; 
composer operas, works for orchestra, songs, etc. ; Mrs. Romualdo Sapio 
(Clementine De Vere) ; Residence-studio, 57 W. Fifty-eighth Street. 

SARTO, ANDREA,* concert and operatic bass-baritone ; formerly with 
Metropolitan Opera Company ; soloist Central Presbyterian Church and Tem- 
ple Beth-El; Mrs. Andrea Sarto (Anna Schiffer) ; Res. 5000 Broadway; 
summer address, Stony Brook, Long Island. 

SASLAVSKY, ALEXANDER,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; concert- 
meister Symphony Society of New York; one of the organizers of the Rus- 
sian Symphony Society of New York ; leader of Mendelssohn Trio of New 
York and Saslavsky String Quartet; has labored faithfully to advance the 
cause of chamber music in the western states; Mrs. Alexander Saslavsky 
(Celeste Izolee Todd) ; address, care Symphony Society of New York, Aeolian 
Hall, 33 W. Forty-second Street ; summer address, Brown Palace Hotel, Den- 
ver, Col. 

SAVAGE, JANE* (Mrs. Paul Savage), mezzo-soprano; "Singer of Songs"; 
concert; recital; studios, 803-804 Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Sev- 
enth Avenue. 



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SAVAGE, PAUL,* baritone; teacher of singing; many successful pupils; 
Mrs. Paul Savage (Jane Buchanan) ; studios, 803-804 Carnegie Hall, Fifty- 
sixth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

SAWYER, ANTONIA* (Mrs. Henry Hubbard Sawyer), founder Concert 
Bureau Antonia Sawyer, Inc., managers of distinguished artists in concert, 
recital and oratorio; office, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street; Res. 
Hotel Wellington, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-fifth Street. 

SCHELLING, ERNEST, concert pianist; pupil of Paderewski ; tours in 
America and Europe; composer "Suite Fantastique" (orchestra), other works 
for orchestra, pieces for piano; Mrs. Ernest Schelling (Lucie Draper) ; Res. 
131 E. Sixty-sixth Street; summer in Bar Harbor, Maine, or Europe. 

SCHENCK, ELLIOTT,* concert and operatic conductor; engagements in- 
clude Damrosch German Opera Company, Savage English Opera Company 
(Wagnerian performances), Albany (N. Y.) Music Festival, New Theatre 
Orchestra ; founder and conductor Elliott Schenck Orchestra ; composer sonata 
for violin and piano (dedicated to Franz Kneisel), incidental music to Shake- 
speare's "Tempest," 2 unfinished operas, orchestral works, songs sung by 
Gadski, Bispham and other distinguished singers ; Res. 16 Gramercy Park. 

SCHMOEGER, ALVIN L., secretary and treasurer Musical Courier Com- 
pany, 437 Fifth Avenue. 

SCHNITZER, GERMAINE* (Madame Leo Buerger), concert pianist; 
tours in America and Europe; Res. 16 E. Ninety-sixth Street; summer ad- 
dress, Cedarhurst, Long Island. 

SCHOFIELD, EDGAR,* concert bass-baritone ; oratorio ; recital ; soloist St. 
Bartholomew's Church; exclusive direction Musicians' Concert Management, 
Inc., Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

SCHOLDER, MISS HELEN,* concert violoncellist; management Mrs. 
Herman Lewis, 402 Madison Avenue; Res. 148 W. One Hundred and 
Eleventh Street ; summer address, Lake Keezar, Center Lovel, Maine. 

SCHOLES, PERCY A., editor The Music Student (London) ; music critic 
Evening Standard (London) ; extension lecturer, Universities of Oxford, 
London and Manchester (England) ; address, American Pond Lyceum 
Bureau, Metropolitan Life Building; European address, Montague House, 
Russell Square, London. 

SCHRADIECK, HENRY,* head violin department American Institute of 
Applied Music; teacher of violin; address, American Institute of Applied 
Music, 212 W. Fifty-ninth Street. 

SCHULZ, LEO, concert 'cellist ; solo 'cello New York Philharmonic Society ; 
member Adele Margulies Trio ; pianist ; composer of works for 'cello, piano 
and orchestra ; conductor ; teacher of 'cello ; Res. 1 186 Madison Avenue. 



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SCHUTZ, CHRISTINE* (Mrs. Royal Dadmun), concert contralto; oratorio; 
recital; appearances with leading orchestras, music festivals and choral so- 
cieties ; management Haensel & Jones, Aeolian Hall ; Res. 600 W. One Hun- 
dred and Thirty-ninth Street; summer address, Williamstown, Mass. 

SCHWAB, MAY DEARBORN* (Mrs. Richmond H. Schwab), concert 
soprano ; pupils accepted ; Res. 300 Manhattan Avenue. 

SCOTT, JOHN PRINDLE,* composer 12 Oberlin College songs : formerly 
student of Oberlin (Ohio) Conservatory; also songs: "The Revelation," "The 
Secret," "John O'Dreams," "I Know in Whom I Have Believed"; member 
Manuscript Society and Musicians' Club ; Res. 606 W. One Hundred and Fif- 
teenth Street. 

SCOTTI, ANTONIO,* baritone Metropolitan Opera Company; principal 
roles : Baron Scarpia, lago, Falstaff, Don Giovanni ; address, Metropolitan 
Opera Company, 1425 Broadway; Res. Hotel Knickerbocker. 

SEABERG, MISS AGNES,* concert coloratura soprano; pianist; graduate 
National Park Seminary) ; accepts limited number pupils in singing; has been 
active in music club work; secretary MacDowell Club, Raton, New Mexico; 
Res. (winter) 61 W. Ninety-sixth Street; summer home, 212 S. Fourth Street, 
Raton, New Mexico. 

T3EAGLE, OSCAR,* concert baritone ; distinguished for his lieder recitals ; 
appearances with leading orchestras and choral societies; management Flor- 
ence L. Pease, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street. 

* SEMBRICH, MARCELLA (Madame Wilhelm Stengel), celebrated Polish 
prima donna and recital singer; one of the greatest exponents of bel canto; 
Res. Hotel Gotham, Fifth Avenue and Fifty-fifth Street. 

SEVERN, EDMUND,* director Edmund Severn School for Violin ; violin 
soloist ; lecturer ; teacher of violin ; composer for orchestra : 2 symphonic poems, 
1 overture and other works ; for chorus and orchestra : "Jephtha's Daughter" 
(cantata), "Bold Robin Hood" (male chorus and orchestra) ; Concerto in D 
Minor (violin and orchestra); chamber music; string quartet; trio; sonata 
(violin and piano); "Valse d'Amour" (piano); songs: "Darling," "To My 
Beloved," "Moon Baby"; Mrs. Edmund Severn (Minna Sites), pianist; ac- 
companist; teacher of piano and singing; Res. 131 W. Fifty-sixth Street; 
summer home, Noank, Conn. 

SHATTUCK, FREDERIC G., pianist ; accompanist ; teacher of piano ; coach 
for singers; (formerly accompanist Metropolitan Opera School); instructor 
(summer months) Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N. Y. ; Res. 101 W. 
Fifty-eighth Street. 



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SHEA, GEORGE EDWARD,* baritone, lessons in singing and operatic 
acting; author "Acting in Opera Its A B C" (illustrated) ; officer d' Acade- 
mic; decorated by French Government; first American man to sing in opera 
in France; Mrs. George Edward Shea (Celine Bonheur) ; Res. 545 W. One 
Hundred and Eleventh Street. 

. SHELLEY, HARRY ROWE, concert organist ; composer 2 symphonies, 
violin concerto, choruses, part-choruses, anthems, songs, sacred cantata, "The 
Inheritance Divine" ; organist and choirmaster Central Congregational Church, 
Brooklyn ; permanent address, The Lambs' Club, 128 W. Forty-fourth Street. 

SHOWALTER, MISS EDNA BLANCHE, coloratura soprano ; concert and 
opera; Clinton D. Robinson, personal representative; address, Room 510, 154 
Nassau Street. 

SIMMONS, WILLIAM,* concert baritone ; recital ; oratorio ; manager his 
own appearances and tours ; Res. 76 W. Sixty-eighth Street. 

SIMS, MISS MARION,* pianist; accompanist for prominent concert artists; 
coach ; Res. 600 W. One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Street. 

SINGLETON, MISS ESTHER, author "Guide to Opera," "Guide to Modern 
Opera"; translator "The Music Dramas of Richard Wagner," by A. Lavignac; 
contributor chapters on American Music to International History of Music, 
now being published by Ch. Delagrave, under the direction of the Paris Con- 
servatoire ; member Royal Society of Arts, London ; Res. Murray Hill Hotel, 
Park Avenue and Fortieth Street. 

SINSHEIMER, BERNARD, concert violinist; leader Sinsheimer String 
Quartet ; teacher of singing ; Res. 65 W. Eighty-third Street. 

SKOLNIK, MISS JENNY,* violinist; Res. 208 W. One Hundred and 
Eleventh Street ; also 148 Eagle Park Avenue, West Orange, N. J. 

SLATER, MISS JENNIE, singer; teacher of singing; studied with Luigi 
Vannuccini (Florence, Italy), Alberto Randegger (London, England), Rein- 
hold L. Hermann and Bruno Walter (Berlin, Germany) ; chairman of music 
Minerva Club of New York; member of MacDowell Club, Minerva Club, 
Tonkiinstler Society, Equal Franchise Society and Society of the Friends of 
Music ; Res. 983 Lexington Avenue. 

SLEIGHT, MRS. ELIZABETH CLARK,* teacher of singing; special care 
given to voice placing ; Residence and studio, 817 West End Avenue. 

SMITH, MISS ETHELYNDE,* concert sporano ; oratorio ; recital ; soloist 
Maine Music Festival, Panama-California Exposition (San Diego). Rubin- 
stein Club (New York) ; appearances with orchestras and leading colleges and 
musical societies in the United States ; address, care Musicians' Club, 62 W. 
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SMITH, FRANK J.,* organist and choirmaster Harlem Dutch Reformed 
Church (17 years), One Hundred and Twenty-third Street and Lenox Ave- 
nue ; conductor Lotus Glee Club ; Res. 180 St. Nicholas Avenue. 

SMITH, HAROLD OSBORN,* concert pianist; accompanist; has made 
numerous concert tours with Bispham, Bonci, Maud Powell, Jomelli, Rappold, 
etc. ; vocal coach ; teacher of piano ; composer of songs ; Mrs. Harold Osborn 
Smith (Manira L. T. Simpson) ; Res. 1 W. Sixty-fourth Street. 

SMITH, MAX, formerly musical editor New York Press; author musical 
articles literary magazines; Mrs. Max Smith (Mary Hardy); Res. 318 W. 
Fifty-seventh Street. 

SOUSA, JOHN PHILIP,* leader Sousa's Band; composer celebrated 
marches, two-steps ; comic operas, "The Bride-Elect," "The Smugglers," "The 
Queen of Hearts," "The American Maid"; author "The Fifth String," "Pipe- 
town Sandy" ; poems and articles to various magazines ; compiler, under aus- 
pices of the United States Government, national and patriotic songs of all 
countries ; address, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street ; Mrs. John Philip Sousa (Jane 
Van Middleworth Bellis) ; Res. Hotel Touraine, 9 E. Thirty-ninth Street; 
summer address, Port Washington, L. I. 

SOVEREIGN, ALICE* (Mrs. Samuel Dunseith), concert and opera con- 
tralto ; many successful appearances in America and Europe ; Res. 321 W. 
Ninety-fourth Street. 

SPAETH, SIGMUND, music critic New York Evening Mail; author Milton's 
Knowledge of Music" (dissertation presented to Princeton University for 
degree of Ph. D.) ; author numerous song translations; original texts, libret- 
tos, etc. ; contributor on music for Life, The New Republic, and The Opera 
Magazine ; fiction and general articles to literary magazines ; Res. 46 E. 
Twenty-first Street ; summer address, Cape May Point, N. J. 

* SPALDING, ALBERT,* concert violinist ; extended tours in Europe and 
America; composer violin concerto (one movement), prelude and fugue for 
piano, pieces for violin; Res. Hotel Plaza; summer home, Monmouth Beach, 
N. J. ; European residence, 14 Lung Arno Americus Vespucci, Florence, Italy. 

SPEKE-SEELEY, HENRIETTA* (Mrs. Storrs H. Seeley), concert soprano; 
teacher of singing ; lecture-recitals ; songs of Shakespeare, Burns, Tennyson, 
Browning ; Schubert lieder ; staff lecturer New York Board of Education ; 
chairman of music New York City Federation of Women's Clubs ; musical 
director St. Cecilia Choral Club of the Bronx; studio, Metropolitan Opera 
House Building, 1425 Broadway; Res. 2184 Bathgate Avenue; summers in 
Europe. 



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SPELMAN, TIMOTHY MATHER, SECOND,* composer; pianist; singer; 
teacher of theory and composition; composer "The Sunken City" (opera in 3 
acts), "The Romance of the Rose" (a wordless fantasy), "Florentine 
Sketches" (a suite for piano) ; songs; Mrs. Timothy Mather Spelman (Leolyn 
Louise Everett) ; Res. 41 W. Sixty-seventh Street. 

SPENCER, MISS ELEANOR,* concert pianist; soloist with leading 
orchestras in Europe and America ; Res. Hotel Apthorp, Broadway and Ninety- 
fourth Street. 

SPENCER, MISS JANET,* concert contralto, oratorio, recital; has ap- 
peared with the leading orchestras and many prominent musical societies ; Res. 
175 Claremont Avenue. 

SPENCER, S. REID, organist and choirmaster South Third Street M. E. 
Church (Brooklyn) ; pianist; teacher of piano, theory and composition; com- 
poser Fugue in A Minor (organ), "Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis" in C major 
(soli and eight part chorus) ; "Voyage at Dusk," "A Happy Secret" (songs) ; 
other works for organ, piano, choruses, etc. ; author "Harmony" and "Modern 
Methods of Teaching Harmony" ; Res. 5 E. Fortieth Street. 

SPIELTER, HERMANN, pianist; teacher of piano, harmony, composition 
and repertoire; specialty, lieder; composer chamber music, choruses, songs, 
works for piano; has won prizes in Europe and America; Mrs. Hermann 
Spielter (Josephine Sonntag) ; Res. 516 W. One Hundred and Eightieth 
Street. 

' SPIERING, THEODORE,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; conductor 
Woman's Orchestral Club of New York; has conducted leading orchestras 
including concerts by New York Philharmonic Society ; composer 5 songs, 
studies for violin and works for piano ; Res. 2 W. Eighty-eighth Street. 

SPIZZI & CAMPANARI, INC.,* Arthur Spizzi and Christopher Campanari, 
managers distinguished artists in concert, oratorio and recital; artists include 
Luca Botta, Leon Rothier, Henriette Wakefield, Henri Scott, Marina Campa- 
nari, Evelyn Parnell, James Harrod, Lena Clarkson, Arthur Heischman; 
address, 220 W. Forty-second Street. 

SPOONER, PHILIP,* concert tenor; recitals; a director Musical Blue Book 
Corporation ; Res. 205 W. Fifty-seventh Street. 

SPROSS, CHARLES GILBERT, pianist; organist; accompanist; composer 
3 cantatas ; anthems, works for piano ; 50 songs and part-songs ; organist and 
choirmaster First Presbyterian Church of Poughkeepsie ; Res. 38 W. One 
Hundred and Twenty-ninth Street ; summer address, Poughkeepsie. 

STAHLSCHMIDT, ARTHUR EDWARD, teacher of singing; specialty 
Applied Psychology for training of singers and speakers, developing a system 
of conscious mental control in all co-ordinate forms of physical activity of 
expression ; Res. 257 W. Eighty-sixth Street. 



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STANLEY, MISS HELEN, prima donna soprano; Chicago Grand Opera 
Company; concert appearances under the management of Loudon Charlton, 
Carnegie Hall. 

STARR, MISS EVELYN,* concert violinist ; management Haensel & Jones, 
Aeolian Hall ; summer address, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

STENSON, ERVINE J.,* accompanist; pianist; tenor; perosnal manager 
for Karl Jorn, the celebrated tenor ; tours as accompanist and soloist in South 
America and United States ; third tenor to sing the leading role of "lolan" in 
Converse's "The Pipe of Desire"; sang two performances in Bloomington, 
111.; composer of several songs; address, 2303 Candler Building, or Hotel 
Astor. 

STEPHENS, PERCY RECTOR,* teacher of singing; many professional 
pupils ; conductor Schumann Club ; Res. 47 W. Seventy-second Street. 

STERNER, RALFE LEECH,* baritone; teacher of many singers in con- 
cert, church choir and opera; founder and director (14 years) and head vocal 
department New York School of Music and Arts; formerly editor and opera 
critic ; special writer for Musical Observer; address, 1 W. Ninety-fifth Street, 
and 352 Central Park West. 

STEVENSON, NELLIE STRONG* (Mrs. J. Houston Stevenson), concert 
pianist ; lecture-recitals before clubs, colleges and schools ; teacher of piano ; 
has taught in Berlin (Germany) and St. Louis, Boston and New York City; 
prominent in organization work; formerly first vice-president Missouri State 
Music Teachers' Association; address, care Musical Blue Book Corporation, 
105 W. Fortieth Street; temporary address, 416 Hawthorn Street, San Diego, 
Cal. 

STEWART, MISS EFFIE,* operatic and concert soprano; recitals and 
oratorio; teacher of singing; Res. 151 W. One Hundred and Fifth Street. 

STODDART, MARIE, (Mrs. Robert Gayler), concert soprano; oratorio; 
recital ; appearances with New York Oratorio Society, New York Symphony 
Orchestra, Russian Symphony Orchestra, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, 
and the principal musical festival associations; Res. 215 W. One Hundred 
and Fifth Street. 

STOEBER, EMMERAN,* concert violoncellist; member Berkshire String 
Quartet ; solo 'cellist Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chicago Grand Opera. 
Company; former 'cellist with New Munich String Quartet; address, care 
Musical Blue Book Corporation, 105 W. Fortieth Street; summer address, 
Pittsfield, Mass. 



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STOEVING, PAUL, violinist; teacher and director violin department New 
Haven School of Music; teacher of violin Von Ende School of Music (N. Y.) ; 
composer works for violin ; author "The Story of the Violin," "The Art of 
Violin Bowing"; Mrs. Paul Stoeving (Florentine B. Lech) ; Res. 362 W. One 
Hundred and Twenty-first Street. 

STRANSKY, JOSEF, conductor New York Philharmonic Society; com- 
poser 1 opera, works for orchestra, choruses and songs ; Mrs. Josef Stransky 
(Marie Johanna Doxrud) ; Res. 160 W. Fifty-ninth Street; summer address, 
Berg, Bavaria. 

STRICKLAND, LILY (Mrs. J. Courtenay Anderson), pianist; teacher of 
theory and composition ; composer songs, choruses, works for piano ; Res. 419 
W. One Hundred and Twenty-first Street. 

STUART, FRANCIS, teacher of singing; pupil of Manuel Garcia, Vannucini, 
and Lamperti the Elder; address, Carnegie Hall, Seventh Avenue and Fifty- 
seventh Street. 

STUART, LEONARD, organist ; former tenor soloist and precentor ; teacher 
of organ and singing ; organist and choirmaster St. Luke's P. E. Church, Sea 
Cliff, L. I.; director St. Luke's Choral and Dramatic Society (50 members) ; 
department editor "The New Encyclopedia Americana" ; author "The Tycoon 
and the Suffragette" (lyrical comedy in 2 acts), "The Great God Pan," "New 
Century Cyclopedia Dictionary and Atlas of Ready Reference" (8 vols.) etc.; 
Mrs. Leonard Stuart (Margaret Louisa Miles) ; address, School of Music, 
Seacliff, L. I. 

SULLI, GIORGIO M., teacher of many successful singers in concert and 
opera ; studio Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway. 

SUNDELIUS, MADAME MARIE,* concert an doperatic soprano; with 
Metropolitan Opera Company ; oratorio ; recitals ; management Gertrude F. 
Cowen, 1451 Broadway. 

- SVECENSKI, LOUIS,* member Kneisel Quartet (viola) ; teacher of violin 
and viola; Mrs. Louis Svecenski (Bertha Ullmann) ; Res. 310 W. Eightieth 
Street. 

SWAYNE, WAGER,* celebrated as teacher of piano in Europe and America ; 
studios, Steinert Hall, Boston (Mass.), and 76 E. Ninety-first Street, New 
York. 

SWEET, GEORGE,* operatic baritone; teacher of singing; important en- 
gagements in Europe and America in concert and opera ; teacher of dis- 
tinguished artists; studio, Metropolitan Opera House, 1425 Broadway. 

SWEET, MRS. LOUISE HARPER,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
(Leschetizky method) ; Res. 612 W. One Hundred and Fifteenth Street. 



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SWEET, REGINALD LINDSAY, teacher of piano and composition; lec- 
ture-recitals; instructor and lecturer on "Music Appreciation" (summer 
months) Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N. Y. ; Res. 41 W. Fifty-eighth 
Street. 

TANARA, FERNANDO, teacher of singing ; coach for opera singers ; com- 
poser operas and songs ; formerly conductor Metropolitan Opera Company ; 
Mrs. Fernando Tanara (Gilda Longari) ; Res. Hotel Ansonia, Broadway and 
Seventy-third Street ; summer address, Milan, Italy. , 

TAPPER, THOMAS, formerly editor The Musician (Boston); lecturer; 
theorist ; author "The Music Life" ; other works on musical subjects ; member 
of faculty New York Institute of Musical Art ; 120 Claremont Avenue. 

TERHUNE, ANICE* (Mrs. Albert Payson Terhune), pianist; formerly 
toured as concert artist ; author and composer 104 children's songs, other 
songs, part-songs, anthems, "The Woodland Princess" (operetta), duos for 2 
pianos, etc. ; Res. 200 W. Seventy-eighth Street ; summer home, "Sunnybank," 
Pompton Lakes, New Jersey. 

TERRY, MISS E. FRANCES, pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer composi- 
tions for piano; Res. 519 W. One Hundred and Twenty-first Street; summer 
address, Niantic, Conn. 

THORNBURGH, MISS MYRTLE, concert soprano; recital; oratorio; 
pupils accepted ; Res. 72 W. Sixty-eighth Street. 

THORPE, HARRY COLIN, concert baritone; church work; teacher of 
singing ; address, 405 W. One Hundred and Eighteenth Street. 

THURBER, MRS. JEANETTE M., president and founder National Con- 
servatory of Music; address, 132 W. Seventy-ninth Street; summer home, 
Onteora Park, Tannersville, N. Y. 

THURSBY, MISS EMMA, soprano; teacher of singing; formerly dis- 
tinguished as concert artist ; Res. 34 Gramercy Park. 

TOEDT, MR. and MRS. THEODORE, teachers of singing; Res. 163 E. 
Sixty-second Street. 

TOPPING, MISS ELIZABETH,* concert pianist; accompanist; director 
of music at the Gateway School for Girls, New Haven (Conn.) ; Res. 526 W. 
One Hundred and Fourteenth Street. 

*TORPADIE, MISS GRETA, concert soprano; lyric-coloratura; studio, 807 
Carnegie Hall, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street. 

TORRIANI SCHOOL OF VOICE,* Ferdinand E. L. Torriani, director; 
Grace A. Newell, assistant; studios, 301-302 Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street 
and Seventh Avenue. 



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TOYE, FREDERICK HENRY,* manager American and European tours 
Isadora Duncan (the classic dancer) and other artists ; formerly music critic 
Los Angeles Examiner and manager Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra ; 
address, 105 W. Fortieth Street. 

TRAPPER, MISS EMMA L., music critic ; lecturer ; contributor to musical 
and literary magazines; founder Trapper Press Bureau for Musical Artists; 
founder and president Musical Blue Book Corporation; address, 105 W. 
Fortieth Street. 

TRNKA, ALOIS,* concert violinist; tours in the United States; graduate 
Prague Conservatory of Music under Sevcik ; distinguished in America as 
teacher of Sevcik Method; David Hochstein is a Trnka pupil; Res. 108 W. 
One Hundred and Eleventh Street. 

TROTIN, MADAME C.,* distinguished as teacher of sight-singing to pro- 
fessional singers, pianists, violinists, etc. ; special classes for pianists and other 
instrumentalists in theory, rhythm and harmony applied to the instrument ; 
studio, 805 Carnegie Hall. 

TUCKER, MISS SOPHIE,* star of musical comedies, many successes; 
management Max Hart, Palace Theatre Building, 1564 Broadway. 

TUCKERMAN, EARLE,* concert baritone ; oratorio ; recital ; soloist Fourth 
Presbyterian Church (5 years) ; special soloist Old St. Paul's Church; Mrs. 
Earle Tuckerman (Mollie Keon) ; Res. 607 W. One Hundred and Thirty- 
seventh Street. 

TURNER, GODFREY,* concert manager ; managed the Maud Powell tours 
for 14 years, embracing England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, 
Germany, Russia, Poland, Austria, Bohemia, Denmark, Holland, South Africa 
(where fifty-two recitals were given), having presented the violinist each 
year throughout the entire United States, which has included two visits to 
Hawaii; Mrs. Godfrey Turner (Maud Powell) ; office 1400 Broadway; Res. 
12 Gramercy Park ; summer home "The Knoll," Whitefield, N. H. 

TURNER-MALE Y, FLORENCE* (Mrs. Stephen Maley), concert soprano; 
teacher of singing; composer "C'est Toi," "Lass o' Mine," "Song of Sun- 
shine," "A Call," "In a Garden Wild," other songs ; makes specialty of singing 
her own songs; studio, 1007 Carnegie Hall; Res. The Saxonia, 601 W. One 
Hundred and Thirty-sixth Street. 

TURTLE, OWEN,* concert tenor ; teacher of the art of singing ; many pro- 
fessional pupils ; composer of songs ; address, Studio Hall, 220 Madison Ave- 
nue. 

URLUS, JACQUES, leading Wagnerian tenor Metropolitan Opera Com- 
pany ; principal roles : Lohengrin, Tannhaeuser, Parsifal, Walther, Siegfried, 
Siegmund ; concert tours ; address, Metropolitan Opera House ; summer ad- 
dress, Villa Henny, Nordwyk-a-Zee, Holland. 



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VALDA, MADAME GIULIA, director Lamperti-Valda School of Singing; 
New York address, 8 W. Fifty-second Street ; Paris address, 61 Avenue Niel. 

VALERI, DELIA MICUCCI (Madame A. Valeri), teacher of singing; 
special operatic training; Res. The Rockingham, 1748 Broadway; summer 
home, 1 18 Ontario Street, Neponsit, L. I. 

VAN BROEKHOVEN, JOHN, teacher of singing and composition ; author 
"The True Method of Tone Production," "System of Harmony" ; composer 
Creole Suite ; overture "Columbia" ; contributes critical articles to the Musical 
Observer, The New Music Review and the Century Opera Programs; Res. 
146 W. Ninety-fifth Street. 

VAN DRESSER, MISS MARCIA,* concert and operatic soprano; appear- 
ances at the Grand Opera Houses in Dresden, Dessau and Frankfort-on-the- 
Main; engagement with Chicago Grand Opera Company (1915-16) ; principal 
roles: Elsa, Elizabeth, Sieglinde, Gutrune, Freie, Senta Countess (Marriage 
of Figaro), Elvira, Pamina, Iphegenia, Agatha, Aida, Tosca, etc.; concert 
tours; Res. Stratford House, HE. Thirty-second Street. 

VAN DYK, MADAME ROSINA, soprano Metropolitan Opera Company; 
available for concerts, recitals and musicales; management Annie Friedberg, 
1425 Broadway. 

VANNOZ, LUCIEN DE,* French baritone; concerts and recitals; specialty 
lecture-recitals on "Chansons des Provinces de France"; delivers lectures 
either in English or French as desired ; Res. 280 W. Seventy-first Street. 

VAN SLYKE, MISS EDYTHE (nee Gibson), operatic concert soprano; 
opera engagements in Europe; teacher of singing; studio, 815 Carnegie Hall. 

VAN VOORHIS, MISS EDNA PEARL, pianist ; teacher of piano, musical 
history and ear training; has conducted special classes for students; address, 
Hotel Majestic; Res. 24 Willow Street, Beacon-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

VAN YORK, THEODORE,* tenor; teacher of singing; engagements with 
orchestras, oratorio societies and clubs; director vocal department Hartford 
(Conn.) Conservatory of Music; studio, 22 W. Thirty-ninth Street; Mrs. 
Theodore Van Yorx (Ida Belle Cooley) ; Res. 279 Summit Avenue, Mount 
Vernon, N. Y. ; summer home, 82 Shore Front, Walnut Beach, Milford, Conn. 

' VERD, JEAN,* concert pianist ; first prize Paris Conservatoire ; member 
Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire; gives lessons; management, Florence 
L. Pease, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street. 

VERYL, MISS MARIAN,* concert and opera soprano ; costume recitals a 
specialty ; successful appearances with clubs and schools ; management Annie 
Friedberg, 1425 Broadway. 

VICKERS, MISS MARY, concert lyric soprano ; oratorio ; recital ; teacher of 
singing; Res. 1941 Master Street. 

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VIRGIL, MRS. A. M.* (Mrs. Amos Cole Bergman), pianist; teacher of ad- 
vanced pianoforte study; director Virgil Piano Conservatory of Music; per- 
sonally conducts tours of artist pupils in all parts of the country ; author "The 
Virgil Method for Piano" (vols. 1 and 2), "The Piano Pedals, How, When 
and Where to Use Them," "Practical Exercises in Harmony Playing," about 
120 compositions for piano, also several sets of pianoforte studies, and songs ; 
president Virgil Piano School Company; publisher of music; manufacturer of 
practice instruments (factory Bergenfield, N. J.) ; Res. 11 W. Sixty-eighth 
Street; summer home, Bergenfield, N. J. 

VOIGT, MISS LOUISE B., dramatic soprano; teacher of singing; studio, 
1425 Broadway. 

VOJACEK, LUDMILA (Madame C. F. Wetche), concert pianist; accom- 
panist ; author "Biography of Sevcik" ; also articles on Bohemian Music ; Res. 
206 W. Ninety-ninth Street ; summer address, 30 Church Street. 

VOLPE, ARNOLD, violinist ; teacher of violin ; conductor Volpe Symphony 
Society; musical director Young Men's Symphony Orchestra and Orchestral 
Class of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences ; director of Volpe School 
of Music ; composer works for orchestra, violin and piano ; songs ; Mrs. Arnold 
Volpe (Marie Michelson), concert soprano; Res. 478 Central Park West. 

WACHTMEISTER, AXEL RAOUL,* Swedish composer ; studied in Paris 
with Vincent D'Indy; in America season 1916-1917; compositions include 
songs, works for orchestra and chorus, chamber music, etc. ; address, Hotel 
Wellington, Fifty-fifth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

WAGNALLS, MRS. MABEL,* concert pianist; author "Miserere," "Stars 
of the Opera," other musical novels ; editor of Music Terms in the new Funk 
& Wagnalls Dictionary; Res. 1 Lexington Avenue. 

WAGNER, CHARLES L.,* manager of distinguished artists in concert, 
oratorio and recital; office, 1451 Broadway. 

WAGNER, MISS MARIE LOUISE,* concert dramatic soprano; oratorio; 
recital; exclusive direction Musicians' Concert Management, Inc., Aeolian 
Hall, 29 W. Forty-second Street. 

WAIXEL, MRS. JULIA R., pianist ; accompanist ; coach ; Res. Hotel Rich- 
mond, 70 W. Forty-sixth Street. 

WAKEFIELD, HENRIETTE (Mrs. George R. Wakefield, nee Wilson), 
concert contralto (recital and oratorio) ; 5 years with Metropolitan Opera 
Company ; personal representative, H. B. Wilson ; office, 1482 Broadway ; Res. 
2465 Broadway. 

WALDO, MISS HELEN,* concert contralto; specializes in songs for chil- 
dren, English ballads and Shakesperian lyrics; soloist Mt. Morris Baptist 
Church ; Res. 420 Madison Avenue. 

WALLER, FRANK LAIRD, formerly assistant conductor Boston Opera 
Company; accompanist for artists; repetiteur for opera; address, 20 E. 
Twenty-third Street. 



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WARD, FRANK E.,* organist ; teacher of organ, theory and composition ; 
instructor in harmony and counterpoint Trinity School of Church Music; 
organist and choirmaster Church of the Holy Trinity and Temple Israel ; asso- 
ciate in music at Columbia University ; composer Lenten Cantata : "The 
Saviour of the World"; Christmas Cantata: "The Divine Birth"; Violin 
Sonata, Op. 9 ; "An Ocean Rhapsodic" for orchestra ; songs, anthems, works 
for piano and organ; address, Columbia University, 430 W. One Hundred 
and Eighteenth Street. 

WARD, MISS T. ANTOINETTE,* teacher of piano and harmony ; address, 
Van Dyck Studios, Eighth Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street. 

WARE, MISS FLORENCE,* pianist; pupil of Alexander Lamber; accom- 
panist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 250 W. One Hundred and Second Street. 

WARE, HELEN* (Madame Laszlo Schwartz), concert violinist; pupil of 
Sevcik and Hubay; specializes in Hungarian and Slav music; beautiful tran- 
scriptions of Hungarian and Bohemian music; author "Poetry and Power of 
Hungarian and Slav Music," "Motherhood and Music," "History of Hun- 
garian Music," etc. ; Res. 867 W. One Hundred and Eighty-first Street ; 
summer address, Arden, Delaware. 

WARFEL, MISS MARY,* solo harpist; concert and recital appearances; 
member Salzedo Harp Ensemble; address, care R. E. Johnston, 1451 Broad- 
way; Res. 40 W. Forty-eighth Street; summer address, 310 Lime Street, 
Lancaster, Pa. 

WARFORD, CLAUDE,* tenor ; teacher of singing ; director Warford School 
of Music, Morristown, N. J. ; New York studio, Metropolitan Opera House 
Building, composer "The Voice" (Japanese sword-song) ; other popular songs ; 
has managed concert courses in Morristown ; address, 1425 Broadway. 

WARHURST, FRANK A., organist ; pianist ; teacher of piano and harmony ; 
organist and choirmaster St. Thomas Chapel; Mrs. Frank A. Warhurst (Lil- 
lian E. Klein) ; Res. 42 High Street, Flushing, L. I. 

WATERHOUSE, VIOLA* (Mrs. Frank D. Bates), concert soprano; teacher 
of singing; studio, 1013 Carnegie Hall, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-sixth 
Street; Res. 324 W. Eighty-fourth Street; summer home, Westerly, Rhode 
Island. 

WEIL, HERMANN, leading German baritone Metropolitan Opera Company; 
concert appearances under the management of Miss Annie Friedberg, Metro- 
politan Opera House, 1425 Broadway. 

WELD, FREDERICK S.,* concert bartione; oratorio; recital; teacher of 
singing; vocal instructor Connecticut College for Women, New London 
(Conn.) ; Mrs. Frederick S. Weld (M. Edith Wooster) ; Res. 4 W. Ninety- 
third Street; summer address, Groton Long Point, Noank, Conn. 



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WELLS, MISS JEANNETTE MILLEN, concert soprano; address, suite 
122 Carnegie Hall, Fifty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenue. 

WELLS, JOHN BARNES,* concert tenor; oratorio; recital; composer of 
songs; teacher of singing; Mrs. John Barnes Wells (Ethel Cator Heverin) ; 
Res. 319 W. Ninety-fifth Street. 

WERRENRATH, REINALD, concert baritone ; recital ; oratorio ; under man- 
agement Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street ; conductor 
University Heights Choral Society; composer, "Cavaliers' Song" and "The 
Siesta" (male voices); editor New Arion, "Male Voice Collection"; Mrs. 
Reinald Werrenrath (Ada Petersen) ; Res. 2263 University Avenue. 

WEYMAN, WESLEY, concert pianist; tours in Europe during winter; 
soloist with London Symphony Orchestra ; teaches summer months at Shirley, 
Mass. ; permanent address, Harvard Club, 27 W. Forty-fourth Street. 

WHEELER, WILLIAM,* concert tenor; oratorio; management Winton & 
Livingston, Aeolian Hall ; Soloist St. Bartholomew's P. E. Church and Temple 
Emanuel; Res. 61 Hamilton Place; summer address, Lakeville, Conn. 

WHISTLER, GRACE* (Mrs. Oel S. Misick), concert contralto; oratorio; 
recital ; special feature ; lecture-recitals for girls' schools ; teacher of tone 
production; coaching; Res. 2128 Broadway. 

WHITEHILL, CLARENCE, baritone Metropolitan Opera Company; prin- 
cipal roles: Wotan, Wolfram, Amfortas; concert and oratorio appearances; 
management Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street. 

WHITING, ARTHUR, concert pianist; harpsichordist; lecturer; composer 
works for orchestra and piano; Res. 141 E. Fortieth Street. 

WIESIKE, LILLIAN (Mrs. Rudolf Wiesike), soprano in concert and 
oratorio ; limited number pupils ; address, Hotel Claridge, or Miss Annie Fried- 
berg, 1425 Broadway ; summer home, 1-C Engelufer, Berlin, Germany. 

WILDERMANN, MISS MARY B., concert pianist; recitals; talented pupils 
accepted ; Res. 550 W. One Hundred and Fifty-third Street. 

WILLEKE, WILLEM,* concert 'cellist ; member Kneisel Quartet ; for solo 
engagements under management John W. Frothingham, Inc., Aeolian Hall, 
29 W. Forty-second Street; Mrs. Willem Willeke (Victoria Kneisel); per- 
sonal address, care Kneisel Quartet, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street; summer 
home, "Birchmere," North Brooklin, Maine. 

WILLIAMS, MISS JANET BULLOCK, teacher of singing; address, suite 
122 Carnegie Hall, Seventh Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street. 



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WILSON, MORTIMER,* conductor series of Sunday night concerts Manhat- 
tan Opera House; formerly conductor Lincoln (Neb.) Symphony Orchestra 
(3 years), Atlanta (Ga.) Philharmonic Orchestra (4 years), and for 8 years 
head of theory department University of Nebraska; composer chamber music, 
organ sonatas, piano pieces, songs, etc. ; author "Rhetoric of Music" and 
"Harmonic and Melodical Technical Studies" ; address, Malkin Music School, 
10 W. One Hundred and Twenty-second Street ; summer address, Malvern, Pa. 

WINKLER, LEOPOLD,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer songs, 
pieces for piano; Mrs. Leopold Winkler (Regina Hatting) ; Res. 1771 Madi- 
son Avenue. 

WITEK, ANTON,* concert violinist; concertmeister Boston Symphony 
Orchestra ; instructor of violin Malkin School of Music, 10 W. One Hun- 
dred and Twenty-second Street; Mrs. Anton Witek (Vita Friese), concert 
pianist ; teacher of piano Malkin School of Music ; address, 10 W. One Hun- 
dred and Twenty-second Street (see Boston). 

WITHERSPOON, HERBERT, concert and operatic basso; oratorio; for- 
merly with Metropolitan Opera Company; management Wolfsohn Musical 
Bureau, 1 W. Thirty-fourth Street ; teacher of singing and repertoire ; Mrs. 
Herbert Witherspoon (Florence Hinkle) ; studio, 148 W. Seventy-second 
Street. 

WOLF, MISS ROSE,* pianist; teacher of piano; 15 years assistant to Rafael 
Joseffy; studio, Steinway Hall, 109 E. Fourteenth Street; Res. 8687 Bay 
Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WOLFSOHN MUSICAL BUREAU,* managers distinguished artists in con- 
cert, oratorio, and recital ; A. F. Adams, proprietor ; office, 1 W. Thirty-fourth 
Street. 

WOOD, MRS. J. IRVING (Perlina Kellogg), pianist; teacher of piano and 
theory; studios, 832 Carnegie Hall; also Englewood, N. J.; head of piano 
department Kingston (N. Y.) Conservatory of Music; Res. 135 W. 69th 
Street ; summer home, East Hampton, L. I. 

WOODRUFF, ARTHUR D.,* teacher of singing; musical director Univer- 
sity Glee Club of New York, Orange Musical Art Society, Women's Choral 
Society of Jersey City, Lyric Club of Newark (women), Englewood Musical 
Art Society, Summit Choral Art Society, Orpheus Club of Philadelphia, 
Eurydice Chorus of Philadelphia; Mrs. Arthur D. Woodruff (Euretta Day- 
ton) ; Res. 128 W. Eleventh Street ; summer home, Washington, Conn. 



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WORRELL, LOLA CARRIER* (Mrs. Edward S. Worrell, Jr.), concert 
pianist ; composer works for piano and violin, many songs, "Song of the 
Chimes" recorded for the Victor by Alma Gluck and for the Edison Phono- 
graph by Beatrice Coflin, "Waiting," "It Is June," "Cloris Sleeping," "Who 
Knows," "In a Garden," etc. ; recital tours with Louis Mertens, contralto ; 
coaches pianists and singers for concert work, and young composers in the 
art of writing ; Res. 28 W. Thirty-seventh Street ; summer address, 2226 
Williams Street, Denver, Col. 

WYCOFF, MISS EVA EMMET, concert soprano; teacher of singing; New 
York correspondent The Musician (Boston) and The Clef (Kansas City) ; 
Res. 605 W. One Hundred and Thirty-seventh Street. 

YDEN, MISS ASTRID,* concert harpist ; pupil of John Thomas ; won degree 
of L. R. A. M. from Royal Academy of Music, London; also possessor of 
A. R. C. M. from Royal College of Music, London ; management Winton 
& Livingston, Aeolian Hall ; Res. Clendening Hotel, 202 W. One Hundred 
and Third Street. 

YOUNG, JOHN,* concert tenor ; oratorio ; soloist Harlem Reformed Church ; 
tenor Criterion Male Quartet; Mrs. John Young (Alice Pomeroy) ; Res. 
Ridge Road, Yonkers, N. Y. 

YOUNG, WALTER STENHOUSE, teacher of singing; choirmaster St. 
Luke's P. E. Church, Montclair, N. J. ; studio, Carnegie Hall ; Res. 9 Frances 
Place, Montclair, N. J. 

ZIEGLER, ANNA E.* (Madame Edward C. Horan), teacher of singing; 
secretary Society for the Promotion of Grand Opera in English; New York 
State Vice-president National Federation of Musical Clubs; founder and ex- 
vice-president National Association Teachers of Singing; charter member 
and ex-vice-president Fraternal Association of Musicians ; studio, 1425 Broad- 
way, Metropolitan Opera House ; Res. 2 W. Eighty-third Street. 

'ZIMBALIST, EFREM, concert violinist; brilliant successes in Europe and 
America; Mrs. Efrem Zimbalist (Alma Gluck), celebrated soprano in opera, 
recital and concert ; address, care Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, 1 W. Thirty- 
fourth Street; Res. 315 W. One Hundredth Street. 

ZOELLNER, JOSEPH, SR.,* founder Zoellner Quartet (viola) ; Mrs. Josef 
Zoellner ( Helen Schneider) ; Joseph Zoellner, Jr., 'cellist Zoellner Quartet ; 
Res. 620 Riverside Drive ; summer home, 17 Rue St. Georges, Brussels, 
Belgium. 

ZURO, JOSIAH* (educated in Russia and Austria), opera conductor; for- 
merly with Manhattan Opera Company and Century Opera Company (New 
York) ; recently conductor open-air "Ai'da" performances in San Francisco 
and other musical festivals on Pacific coast; address, 71 W. One Hundred 
and Sixteenth Street ; also 691 Post Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



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OSWEGO 

OSWEGO LIEDERKRANZ 

CHARLES M. COURBOIN, Musical Director 
530 Stolp Avenue, Syracuse, N. Y. 

GEORGE N. BENZ, East First Street President 

RICHARD SCHULTZ, City Hall Vice-President 

M. GUENTHEL Secretary 

ALBERT KING Treasurer 

POTSDAM 

AUSTIN, MISS EDITH M., teacher of harmony, form, music history Crane 
Normal Institute of Music. 

BRYANT, MRS. HARRIET CRANE, contralto; teacher of singing Crane 
Normal Institute of Music ; author, "Vocal Training" ; composer song ; Res. 
95 Market Street. 

CRANE, MISS JULIA E.,* principal of Crane Normal Institute of Music 
(training school for supervisors of school music) ; singer; teacher of singing; 
author "Music Teachers' Manual"; Res. 61 Main Street. 

TUNNICLIFFE, RICHARD M., organist Presbyterian Church of Potsdam ; 
conductor Normal Choral Club ; teacher in Crane Normal Institute of Music ; 
supervisor of music in graded schools; address, Crane Normal Institute of 
Music; summer address, Menasha, Wis. 

POUGHKEEPSIE 

EUTERPE GLEE CLUB 
DR. JOHN C. GRIGGS, Musical Director 

ALBERT A. SIMPSON President 

CLARENCE J. REYNOLDS Vice-President 

JOHN N. GRAHAM Secretary 

ROBERT HOSFALL Treasurer 

GOW, GEORGE COLEMAN,* Mus. Doc., professor of music and head of 
music department Vassar College; organist and choirmaster Vassar College 
Choir ; president Dutchess County Association of Musicians ; lecturer on 
music; composer songs, part-songs, anthems; author "The Structure of 
Music," "Lessons in Theory and Harmony" (American History and Ency- 
clopedia of Music) ; Mrs. George Coleman Gow (Grace Chester) ; Res. 
College Avenue. 



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ROCHESTER 

TUESDAY MUSICALS 

MRS. HERMANN KELLNER, 1169 St. Paul Street President 

MRS. HEINRICH JACOBSEN, Pittsford, N. Y Vice-President 

MRS. FREDERICK W. COIT, 242 Glenwood Avenue Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. FREEMAN C. ALLEN, 40 Hawthorne Street Recording Secretary 

Miss ROSA STOLL, 91 Pierpont Street Treasurer 

JOHN ADAMS WARNER, 5 Prince Street Manager of Evening Concerts 



ROCHESTER ORCHESTRA 

HERMANN DOSSENBACH, Musical Director 
261 Dartmouth Street 

DR. RUSH RHEER, University of Rochester President 

MRS. E. R. WILLIARD, 485 East Avenue Vice-President 

HON. WALTER S. HUBBELL, East Avenue, cor. Culver Road Secretary 

MRS. E. W. MULLIGAN, 788 East Avenue Treasurer 

BARBOUR, FLORENCE NEWELL* (Mrs. Clarence A. Barbour), com- 
poser, piano suites, "Forest Sketches," "A Day in Arcady," "Venice," "Hol- 
land," "Melodic Etudes," "Little Musical Stories," "Tone Pictures for Young 
Players" ; choruses, songs ; works for violin, organ ; chamber music ; author 
"Childland in Song and Rhythm"; Res. 151 Saratoga Avenue. 

BARNHART, HARRY H.,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; Com- 
munity Chorus Director of New York and Rochester; studio, Fine Arts 
Building; Res. 73 Alliance Avenue. 

CARTER, WALTER H. ( organist and choirmaster Christ Episcopal Church ; 
teacher of organ, piano and singing; Mrs. Walter H. Carter (Edith Bell- 
mont) ; address, Long Meadow, Pittsford, N. Y. 

DOSSENBACH, HERMANN,* conductor Rochester Orchestra; leader of 
Dossenbach String Quartet ; president D. K. G. Institute of Musical Art ; 
Res. 261 Dartmouth Street ; summer home, Forest Lawn, N. Y. 



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FULLER, MRS. JEANETTE CURREY,* Mus. B. (Syracuse University) ; 
pianist; organist; teacher of piano and organ; organist Brick Presbyterian 
Church (22 years); ex-president The Tuesday Musical; head of Children's 
Department D. K. G. Institute of Musical Art (Rochester) ; Res. 50 Erion 
Crescent ; summer home, The Ocean View, Pigeon Cove, Mass. 

FURLONG, JAMES E.,* manager of musical celebrities ; office, 122 Powers 
Building; Res. 1036 Monroe Avenue. 

HOCHSTEIN, DAVID, concert violinist ; Res. 421 Joseph Avenue. 

KLINGENBERG, ALF, director and treasurer D. K. G. Institute of Musical 
Art ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 14 College Avenue. 

O'CONNOR, MISS EVELYN,* formerly dramatic critic and musical editor 
The Post Express (1911-1916) ; author "A Possible Source of Shakespeare's 
Culture" ; address, 99 S. Fitzhugh Street. 

PENNY, GEORGE BARLOW, dean and professor of harmony, composition 
and organ, Rochester Institute of Musical Art; instructor in music, Univer- 
sity of Rochester and Rochester Theological Seminary; organist and choir- 
master First Presbyterian Church of Rochester; address, Rochester Institute 
of Musical Art. 

TOMPKINS, MISS SUSAN, concert violinist ; conductor symphony orches- 
tra of the Piccadilly Theatre ; 3 seasons soloist with Sousa's Band ; address, 
77 Joslyn Place. 

VAN BLARICUM, MISS GERTHA, concert pianist; teacher; music critic; 
contributor to New York Call; Res. 123 Scranton Street. 

WARNER, ANDREW J., musical and dramatic editor Rochester Evening 
Times; Res. 5 Prince Street. 

WARNER, JOHN ADAMS, organist Berith Kodesh Temple; pianist; 
teacher of piano and organ, D. K. G. Institute of Musical Art ; Res. 5 Prince 
Street. 

SARATOGA SPRINGS 

HALLAM, ALFRED,* director conservatory of music Skidmore School of 
Arts; musical director Schenectady (N. Y.) Festival Chorus, and Chautau- 
qua (N. Y.) Institution (for past fifteen summers) ; compiler seven volumes 
of choruses known as "Chautauqua Chorus Books and Children's Chorus 
Books" ; Mrs. Alfred Hallam (Julie Estelle Guernsey) ; Res. 189 Union 
Avenue. 



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SCHENECTADY 

FESTIVAL CHORUS, INC. 

ALFRED HALLAM, Musical Director 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

B. R. CAREY, 1354 Union Street President 

E. T. CROUT, 106 Park Avenue Vice-President 

C. W. HOUGATE, 111 Elmer Avenue Secretary 

JOSEPH H. CRAPP, 2 Gillespie Street Treasurer 

DAMON, MISS INEZ,* supervisor of music in public schools; musical 
director Schenectady High School Chorus and Orchestra ; teacher of sing- 
ing and piano ; specially interested in the development of Community Music ; 
author "Primary Elements of Music" (text-book) ; composer of songs; Res. 
834 Union Street ; summer address, F. R. D., No. 2, Charlemont, Mass. 

SYRACUSE 

CENTRAL NEW YORK MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION, INC. 

TOM WARD, Musical Director 

357 Green Street 

HOWARD W. LYMAN, Musical Director 
119 Roosevelt Avenue 

CLARENCE WOLCOTT, 800 W. Genesee Street President 

CHARLES G. HERBERT, Barclay-Solvay Vice-President 

MELVILLE A. CLARK, 1237 E. Genesee Street Secretary 

WARREN E. DAY, 1 14 McLennan Avenue Treasurer 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY CHORUS 

HOWARD LYMAN, Conductor 
119 Roosevelt Avenue 

PROFESSOR WILLIAM H. MACE, 127 College Place President 

PROFESSOR FREDERICK W. REVELS, 712 Ostrom Avenue Vice-President 

PROFESSOR HERMON C. COOPER, 831 Ackerman Avenue Secretary 

PROFESSOR WILLIAM C. LOWE, 728 Ackerman Avenue Treasurer 



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SALON MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. CHARLES E. GROUSE, 715 W. Genesee Street President 

MRS. MARY MOORE JONES, 710 W. Genesee Street Secretary and Treasurer 

Directors 

Miss LAURA VAN KURAN, 615 James Street 
MRS. MARTIN KNAPP, Orchard Road, Solvay, N. Y. 
MRS. DEAN DUDLEY, 501 Allen Street 
MRS. THOMAS CRANWELL, 216 Highland Avenue 
Miss JESSIE DECKER, 202 Euclid Avenue 



APOLLO CLUB 

(Male Chorus) 
HARRY L. VIBBARD, Musical Director 

CLARENCE DILLENBACK President 

RICHARD GRANT CALTHROP V ice-President 

HARRY SANDFORD, 718 Livingston Avenue Secretary 



MORNING MUSICALS 

MRS. F. S. HONSINGER, 460 Allen Street President 

MRS. JOHN R. CLANCY, 822 W. Genesee Street Vice-President 

MRS. H. H. WADSWORTH, 416 Douglas Street Secretary 

MRS. ADOLF FREY, 215 Euclid Avenue Treasurer 

ALLEWELT, MISS ELIZABETH S.,* teacher of the Fletcher Music 
Method, theory and piano; studio, 415 S. Warren Street; Res. 427 W. Onon- 
daga Street; summer home, Frontenac, Thousand Islands. 

BECKER, MISS BERTHA, E.,* concert harpist, teacher of harp; director 
Syracuse Harp College; studio, Peck Warner Building, 438 S. Salina Street. 



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BERWALD, WILLIAM,* Mus. Doc., pianist; teacher of piano and theory; 
musical director Ladies' Chorus, College of Fine Arts, Syracuse University; 
director Chorus Choir Fourth Presbyterian Church; composer "Seven Last 
Words of Christ" (cantata), "Walthari" (overture), Violin Sonata in F 
Major; Mrs. William Berwald (Eugenia Baker); Res. 605 Euclid Avenue; 
summer address, Parleys, Cayuga Lake, N. Y. 

CALTHROP, RICHARD GRANT,* baritone soloist First Presbyterian 
Church; teacher of singing (many well known singers have studied with Mr. 
Calthrop: Lucy Marsh, John Barnes Wells, Martha Wittkowska, George 
Madison, Charlotte Lund, Florence Quinn and Morton Adkins) ; Mrs. Richard 
Grant Calthrop (Blanche A. Atherly), organist First Presbyterian Church; 
studio, 412 E. Genesee Street; Res. 743 S. Grouse Avenue. 

CLARK, MISS MAUDE ESTELKA,* concert harpist; pupil of Van 
Veachton Rogers ; appearances at the White House, Washington, D. C. ; 
soloist Syracuse Music Festival ; teacher of harp ; Res. 1237 E. Genesee Street. 

CLARK, MELVILLE A.,* concert harpist; has played in over 4,000 con- 
certs; inventor of Clark Irish Harp; secretary Central New York Music 
Festival Association ; author "Instructions for Playing the Harp," "Harpists' 
Round Table," "Crescendo"; editor series of harp lectures; address, 416 S. 
Salina Street. 

CLYMER, VIRGIL H.,* director Central New York Music Festival Asso- 
ciation ; vice-president Clark Harp Manufacturing Company ; Res. 919 Euclid 
Avenue. 

CONNELL, MISS DAISY,* coloratura soprano; concert appearances; 
repertoire including arias from "Boheme," "Madame Butterfly," "Thais," 
"Traviata," etc.; oratorio; soloist First Baptist Church; teacher of singing; 
management Syracuse Musical Bureau; Res. 360 Midland Avenue. 

COURBOIN, CHARLES M.,* concert organist ; teacher of organ and piano ; 
organist First Baptist Church; director Oswego (N. Y.) Liederkranz; man- 
agement Syracuse Musical Bureau; Mrs. Charles M. Courboin (Mabel Roth- 
rock) ; Res. 530 Stolp Avenue. 

DAMMS, MISS ETHEL M.,* pianist; accompanist for concert artists; 
organist; graduate Syracuse University; organist and choir director First 
English Lutheran Church; Res. 402 Graves Street. 

DANIELS, MISS DAISY C.,* mezzo-soprano; associate professor of voice 
culture Syracuse University; director of music Furman Street Methodist 
Church; Res. 606 Comstock Avenue. 

FAIRLAMB, MRS. J. B.,* pianist; teacher of piano and Dunning System 
of Improved Music Study ; graduate New England Conservatory, Boston ; 
Res. 412 E. Genesee Street. 



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FITCH, MISS HARRIET G.,* pianist; teacher of piano. Res. 489 James 
Street ; summer address, Pulaski, N. Y. 

FRENCH, MISS GRACE MANSFIELD,* pianist; accompanist; officer of 
Morning Musicals and Salon Musical Art ; Res. 720 Comstock Avenue ; sum- 
mer address, Tully Lake Park, N. Y. 

FREY, MAUDE VAN TASSEL, (Mrs. Adolf Frey), singer; teacher of 
singing; treasurer Morning Musical, associate editor Musical Monitor (Chi- 
cago) ; Res. 215 Euclid Avenue. 

GOODWIN, ALFRED COWELL, professor of piano College of Fine Arts, 
Syracuse University; pianist and teacher; Res. 125 E. Onondaga Street; 
summer address, Wilbury, Villas, Hove, Sussex, England. 

GRIFFIN, MISS ELIZABETH,* accompanist; teacher of piano; pupil of 
Frank La Forge; member Salon Musical Club; Res. 615 James Street; sum- 
mer address, Watertown, N. Y. 

HUERTER, CHARLES,* composer; pianist; pupil of Dr. Berwald and 
Paul Juon (Berlin) ; composer "Donza Espagnole" (violin and piano), 
"Souvenir" (violin and piano), setting for "Just As I Am," many songs, 
works for piano, violin, 'cello, and organ ; choirmaster St. Joseph's Church ; 
Res. 611 S. Beech Street. 

KING, MISS A. KATHLEEN, manager for Syracuse concerts by the Bos- 
ton Symphony, New York Philharmonic and New York Symphony Orches- 
tras; Madame Schumann-Heink, Madame Sembrich, Mischa Elman, Fritz 
Kreisler, Geraldine Farrar and other distinguished artists ; illustrated lecture- 
recitals; Res. 215 Park Avenue. 

KING, EMANUEL D., pianist; teacher of piano; associate professor of 
history and theory of music Syracuse University; lecturer and writer on 
musical topics; address, Syracuse University. 

LYMAN, HOWARD,* professor of choral music Syracuse University ; asso- 
ciate professor of voice ; conductor Syracuse University Chorus (200 mixed 
voices annual concerts and oratorio) ; associate conductor Syracuse Music 
Festival; choirmaster and tenor First Baptist Church; Mrs. Howard Lyman 
(Maude Emily Hall); Res. 119 Roosevelt Avenue. 

MCCHESNEY, MISS LEORA G.,* concert contralto; soloist First Re- 
formed Church ; teacher of singing ; Res. 718 W. Brighton Avenue. 

NAGEL, PROFESSOR ZENO, pianist ; conductor ; teacher of piano, theory 
and composition; director of Music Teachers' College, Syracuse University; 
Res. 117 Ostrander Avenue. 

NORTON, MISS DORA L., teacher of piano Syracuse University; Res. 
730 S. Grouse Avenue. 



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ORMSBY, FRANK,* concert tenor; oratorio; teacher of singing; head vocal 
department Syracuse University; address, Syracuse University. 

PAINE, J. RUSSELL,* concert harpist; editor "Instructions for Playing the 
Harp"; secretary and treasurer Clark Harp Manufacturing Company; Res. 
113 Trinity Place. 

PARKER, GEORGE A., Mus. Doc., professor of piano and organ, and 
dean of College of Fine Arts Syracuse University; Mrs. George A. Parker 
(Mary Sims) ; Res. 405 University Place. 

PLACE, WILLIAM, JR.,* mandolinist ; soloist for Victor Talking Machine 
Company, and Columbia Graphophone Company; many appearances with 
leading mandolin orchestras; editor mandolin department Cadenza Magazine; 
director American Guild of B. M. G. ; composer works for mandolin and 
small string instruments; Mrs. William Place (Vivian Huse), pianist; teacher 
of piano; Res. 310 Maple Street; summer address, Longmeadow, R. I. 

RAND, HERBERT, S., choirmaster St. Mark's Episcopal Church ; violinist ; 
teacher of violin, Cazenovia (N. Y.) Seminary; 103 Ballard Avenue. 

SEYMOUR, MISS KATHERINE FITCH,* organist; pianist; teacher of 
organ and piano ; organist and choir director Geddes Congregational Church ; 
Res. 1707 W. Genesee Street. 

TIBBITS, MISS BEATRICE E.,* concert contralto ; special recital programs 
for children; costume recitals; Res. 118 E. Kennedy Street. 

VAN KUREN, MISS LAURA, music critic Syracuse Post Standard; director 
of music Park Presbyterian Church; soprano soloist; teacher of singing 
College of Fine Arts Syracuse University; Res. 615 James Street. 

VIBBARD, HARRY, professor of piano and organ, Syracuse University, 
conductor Syracuse Apollo Club ; organist and choirmaster First M. E. Church 
of Syracuse; associate American Guild of Organists; Mrs. Harry Vibbard 
(Gary Yelton) ; Res. 613 Walnut Street. 

WARD, TOM,* teacher of singing; general director, Central New York 
Music Festival Association, Inc. (five concerts annually at Syracuse Music 
Festival); organizer Festival Corporation; Mrs. Tom Ward (Sophia Cath- 
erine Ann Bonner) ; Res. 357 Green Street. 

WEPER, FREDERICK G.,* concert violinist; musical director Onondaga 
Hotel Philharmonic Orchestra ; composer "The Debutante," "Gipsy Lullaby," 
works for string orchestra; Res. Onondaga Hotel. 

WILSON, RAYMOND,* concert pianist; professor of piano Syracuse Uni- 
versity; organist and choir director May Memorial Church; vice-president 
New York State Music Teachers' Association ; address, Syracuse University ; 
summer address, Oxford, Pa. 



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TROY 

TROY VOCAL SOCIETY 

CHRISTIAN A. STEIN, Musical Director 
Troy Conservatory of Music 

JOHN H. KNOX, First Street President 

DANIEL A. WING, Frear Building Vice-President 

WILLIAM H. DEMERS, Ilium Building Secretary 

ROY H. PALMER, Frear Building Treasurer 



WALDEN 

WALLKILL VALLEY CHORAL UNION 

DR. ION JACKSON, Musical Director 
MRS. L. WOOSTER President 

YONKERS 



BOWEN, GEORGE OSCAR, concert tenor; teacher of singing; director of 
music Public Schools of Yonkers ; director Summer School for Supervisors 
(Northampton, Mass.) ; author "Graded Melodies for Individual Sight Sing- 
ing," "Manual of Music for Teachers in Elementary Schools"; choirmaster 
St. John's P. E. Church; Mrs. George Oscar Bowen (Nina Jane McCarthy) ; 
Res. 146 Elliott Avenue. 

LAND, HAROLD,* concert baritone ; oratorio ; soloist St. Thomas' P. E. 
Church (New York City) ; teacher of singing; Res. Green Gables (see New 
York City Chapter). 

LAND, NELLIE CODINGTON (Mrs. John Hilton Land), dramatic concert 
soprano; oratorio; teacher of singing; Res. 180 Valentine Lane. 

YOUNG, JOHN,* concert tenor ; oratorio ; soloist Harlem (N. Y.) Reformed 
Church; tenor Criterion Male Quartet; Mrs. John Young (Alice Pomeroy) ; 
Res. Ridge Road. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

CHARLOTTE 

ZEHM, HARRY J., concert organist; teacher of organ, piano and theory: 
organist and choirmaster Second Presbyterian Church; composer anthems 
and part-songs ; address, Charlotte ; summer address, Little Switzerland, N. C. 



DURHAM 

BRYANT, GILMORE WARD,* pianist; teacher of piano and theory; 
founder and director Southern Conservatory of Music (Est. 1898) ; past 
president North Carolina Musical Society ; author "Bryant's Book For Be- 
ginners in Piano"; compositions include "American Suite," "An Indian Sum- 
mer Romance" (piano, violin and 'cello), "Entreaty" (violin and piano), and 
songs ; Mr. Bryant publishes most of his compositions ; Mrs. Gilmore Ward 
Bryant (Mattie E. Bullard) ; address, Southern Conservatory of Music. 



ELON COLLEGE 

DODGE, MISS AVA,* director of music Elon College (graduate New Eng- 
land Conservatory of Music, Boston, Mass.) ; singer; teacher of voice; choir 
director Christian Church of Elon College; Res. Elon College; summer ad- 
dress, "Iranistan," Shinglehouse, Pa. 



GREENSBORO 

ALDERMAN, MISS BESSIE, teacher of piano and theory Greensboro 
College for Women. 

BATES, BENJAMIN, teacher of singing, sight-singing and public school 
music Greensboro College for Women. 

BROWN, WADE R., dean Normal College School of Music; organist; 
pianist ; choirmaster Holy Trinity Church ; musical director Greensboro Chorus 
and Normal College Chorus; manager Normal College Artists' Course; ad- 
dress, Greensboro. 

BROWNING, MORTIMER, teacher of organ and piano Greensboro College 
for Women. 

GASKINS, MISS MARJORIE, teacher of piano and musical history Greens- 
boro College for Women. 

GUSTAVSON, MISS ALVERA, teacher of piano Greensboro College for 
Women. 

JAMES, MISS MARGARETE, teacher of piano and theory Greensboro 
College for Women. 

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LAHSER, CONRAD,* director music school Greensboro College for Women ; 
instructor of piano, harmony, counterpoint and composition; address, Ben- 
bow Arcade. 

ROY, ROBERT, teacher of violin and stringed instruments Greensboro 
College for Women. 

MONTREAT 



ADAMS, MRS. CROSBY (Juliette Graves), pianist; teacher of piano, com- 
poser, "Christmas Time Songs and Carols," "Very First Lessons at the Piano," 
"Five Tone Sketches," "Series of Graded Studies" ; address, Montreat. 



RALEIGH 

DOWD, MISS MARTHA A., director of music St. Mary's School, president 
North Carolina State Music Teachers' Association ; pianist ; teacher of piano ; 
secretary St. Mary's Concert Series; concerts given by visiting artists; ad- 
dress, St. Mary's School. 

MILDENBERG, ALBERT, dean music department Meredith College ; com- 
poser-pianist ; see New York City Chapter. 



WILMINGTON 



CHASTEN, MRS. M. L.,* organist Grace M. E. Church ; teacher of piano ; 
studio, 601 Chestnut Street. 

CLARK, MRS. M. H. P.,* teacher of piano, harmony and theory; Res. 
515 Princess Street. 

HARRIS, MISS ANNA GRAHAM,* concert contralto; oratorio; recital; 
soloist St. James Episcopal Church; teacher of singing; Res. 409 Orange 
Street. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM GEMMELL,* organist and choirmaster St. 
James' P. E. Church; teacher of piano, organ and theory; concert organist; 
accompanist ; vocal coach ; address, St. James' P. E. Church. 

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NORTH DAKOTA 

FARGO 

STEPHENS, ALBERT J.,* director Fargo College Conservatory of Music ; 
violinist ; teacher of violin ; conductor Fargo-Moorhead Philharmonic Club ; 
chairman music section Fine Arts Club ; choirmaster First Methodist Church ; 
Mrs. Albert J. Stephens (Manzanita Eckman), soprano; teacher of singing; 
Res. 422 Seventh Avenue, S. 

UNIVERSITY . 

UNIVERSITY PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 

WILLIAM W. NORTON, Musical Director 
University P. O., N. D. 

WILLIAM W. NORTON, University P. O President 

GEORGE P. JACKSON V ice-President 

MRS. W. H. SCHULZ Secretary 

HAROLD SORBO . Treasurer 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA ORATORIO AND OPERA 

SOCIETY 

WILLIAM W. NORTON, Musical Director 
University P. O., N. D. 

HOWARD S. FLINT, Bismark, N. D President 

FLORENCE GALLUP Vice-President 

ORVAL MCHAFFIE Secretary 

CUYLER ANDERSON, Jamestown, N. D Treasurer 



UNIVERSITY MEN'S GLEE CLUB 

WILLIAM W. NORTON, Musical Director 

University P. O., N. D. 

HERBERT NILES, Casselton, N. D President 

JOSEPH SNOWFIELD, Hannah, N. D Vice-President 

RAY NOLLMAN, Grafton, N. D Secretary 

DUDLEY SCHNABEL, Grand Forks Treasurer 

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UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 

WILLIAM W. NORTON, Musical Director 

University P. O., N. D. 

Miss FLORENCE GALLUP, 831 Belmont Avenue President 

Miss ELEANOR SHORT, Cavalier, N. D V ice-President 

OPAL MARTYN, Park River, N. D Secretary 

Miss HELEN TOMBS, Graf ton, N. D Manager and Treasurer 



NORTON, WILLIAM WELLINGTON,* director of music University of 
North Dakota ; basso ; violinist ; choirmaster First Presbyterian Church, Grand 
Forks, N. D. ; president University Philharmonic Orchestra ; conductor Male 
Chorus; Ladies Chorus, Oratorio Society; compiler and editor "Minnesota 
Song Book, 1911"; Mrs. William Wellington Norton (Jennie Belle Lewis)'; 
address, University, N. D. ; summer address, 924 Saving & Trust Building, 
Columbus, Ohio. 



VALLEY CITY 

CHORAL SOCIETY 

EUGENE WOODHAMS, Musical Director 
627 Euclid Avenue 

EX-GOVERNOR FRANK WHITE, Park Place President 

JULIUS BANTLIN MEYERS, Fifth Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 



VALLEY CITY MUSIC CLUB 

FANNIE C. AMIDON President 

MRS. HERMAN WINTERER Vice-President 

PAULA KITTEL Secretary 

EIVIND GJERDRUM Treasurer 



344 NORTH DAKOTA 

AMIDON, MISS FANNY C., head of supervisors department State Normal 
School Conservatory; singer; teacher of singing. 

FJELDE, MISS KATHERINE, pianist; head of piano department State 
Normal School Conservatory. 

FROYSAA, KNUTE, violinist; head of violin department State Normal 
School Conservatory ; conductor State Normal School Orchestra ; choirmaster 
Congregational Church; Mrs. Knute Froysaa (Jessie Mildred Codding). 

GILBERT, MISS ALICE M., pianist; assistant teacher supervisors depart- 
ment State Normal School. 

HEALY, MISS LILLIAN G., pianist ; teacher of piano State Normal School 
Conservatory; organist All Saints Episcopal Church; composer songs and 
pieces for piano. 

OLSSON, HANNES SAMUEL, teacher of piano State Normal School Con- 
servatory. 

WOODHAMS, EUGENE,* baritone; teacher of singing; dean or music State 
Normal School Conservatory; conductor Valley City Choral Society; Mrs. 
Eugene Woodhams (Mildred Brewster Washburn) ; Res. 627 Euclid Avenue. 

WRIGHT, MISS JOSEPHINE, pianist; accompanist; teacher of piano 
State Normal School Conservatory. 



OHIO 

AKRON 

TUESDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

ALBERT REES DAVIS, Musical Director 
Perry Payne Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio 

MRS. F. A. SEIBERLING, Stam-Hywet Hall Honorary President 

Miss ELLA BIGELOW, S. Maple Street Acting President 

Miss KATHERINE HENRY, Oakdale Avenue Secretary 

MRS. J. B. SIEBER, Oakdale Avenue Treasurer 

WILLIAMS, EVAN,* concert tenor; recitals; oratorio; management Wilf- 
sohn Musical Bureau, New York ; Res. 105 Mayfield Avenue. 

ALLIANCE 

HUTCHINSON, HERBERT EDMUND,* concert tenor; soloist Church of 
Christ Scientist; music critic Alliance Daily Review and Leader; manager 
Hutchinson Artist Series, New Philadelphia (Ohio) and Warren (Ohio) ; 
formerly director of music Mt. Union College Conservatory; Mrs. Herbert 
Edmund Hutchinson (Erne Russell Ryland) ; Res. 2101 Clark Avenue. 

BEREA 

RIEMENSCHNEIDER, ALBERT, director Baldwin Wallace College School 
of Music ; concert organist ; organist and choirmaster Euclid Avenue Baptist 
Church ; dean of Northern Ohio Chapter American Guild of Organists ; Mrs. 
Albert Riemenschneider (Selma E. Marting) ; address, Baldwin Wallace 
College. 

CINCINNATI 

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ASSOCIATION COMPANY 

DR. ERNST KUNWALD, Musical Director 
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 

MRS. CHARLES P. TAPT, 316 Pike Street President 

MRS. J. WALTER FREIBERG, Alaska Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. Louis N. STIX, 3243 Delaware Avenue Secretary 

MRS. F. D. JAMISON, 114 Wellington Place Treasurer 

KLINE L. ROBERTS, 712 Times Star Building Manager 

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CINCINNATI MUSICAL FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

DR. ERNST KUNWALD, Conductor 

836 Glenwood Avenue 

LAWRENCE MAXWELL, Edgecliff Road President 

WILLIAM COOPER PROCTOR, Albion Avenue, Glendale Vice-President 

FRANK R. ELLIS, 300 Pike Street Secretary 

C. H. REMBOLD, The Times Star Building Treasurer 



ORPHEUS CLUB 

EDWIN W. GLOVER, Musical Director 
220 W. Fourth Street 

DANIEL F. SUMMEY, 137 W. Fourth Street President 

WILLIAM WEIDINGER, First National Bank V ice-President 

HIRAM A. DECAMP, 616 Union Trust Building Secretary 

PHILEMON B. STANBERY, 411 First National Bank Building Treasurer 



MACDOWELL SOCIETY 

HERBERT G. FRENCH, 974 Dana Avenue President 

PAUL ESCHENBACH Vice-President 

MRS. FENTON LAWSON Vice-President 

DR. PHILLIP OGDEN Vice-President 

P. A. TIRINDELLI, 184 E. McMillan Street Vice-President 

Miss A. FREDIN, 2145 Madison Road Corresponding Secretary 

LEWIS HILLHOUSE, 1542 St. Leger Place Recording Secretary 

MRS. J. WARREN RITCHEY, 563 Evanswood Place Treasurer 

JAMES HOPKINS, Art Academy Chairman Program Committee 



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MATINEE MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. ADOLF HAHN, 916 Rogers Place, Walnut Hills President 

MRS. WILLIAM A. LKMMON, 2857 May Street, Walnut Hills V ice-President 

Miss AGNES HOCHSTETTER, 2869 May Street, Walnut Hills Secretary 

MRS. CLIP S. BENNETT, Hyde Park Treasurer 



SUBURBAN CHORAL UNION 

(Mixed Voices) 

DAVID DAVIS, Musical Director 
2212 Fulton Avenue 

J. ALBERT JONES, 2217 James Avenue, W. H President 

E. R. EDWARDS, 4729 Woodlawn Avenue, Norwood, Ohio Vice-President 

T. NEWTON JONES, 4142 Forest Avenue, Norwood, Ohio Secretary 

WILLIAM BEOR, 270 Bodman Avenue Treasurer 

BAUR, MISS BERTHA,* directress Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, High- 
land Avenue and Oak Street (The Conservatory is in its forty-eighth year; 
members of the faculty are artists and teachers of international renown) ; 
residence department equipped for 200 young ladies ; special summer session 
June 17th, to July 28th. 

BLISS, PAUL, musical editor the Willis Music Co., composer eleven can- 
tatas, four operettas, "Feast of the Red Corn," etc., choruses, piano suite, 
songs, including "Come, Mr. Sunshine" ; school songs ; author "Piano Pedal 
Study"; "Willis Graded Course" (4 vols.) ; Mrs. Paul Bliss (Lina Mayor) ; 
Res. 219 Bodman Avenue, Mt. Auburn. 

BYRON, MARK, JR., artists' concert direction ; address, Hotel Sinton. 

DAVIS, DAVID,* teacher of singing; choirmaster Welsh Presbyterian 
Church (mixed chorus) ; musical director Syrian Temple N. M. S. (male 
choir) ; director and business manager Temple (Masonic) Quartet; musical 
director Suburban Choral Union (mixed chorus) ; composer songs, part-songs 
and anthems ; Res. and school, 2212 Fulton Avenue. 

GANTVOORT, ARNOLD, J.,* manager Cincinnati College of Music ; teacher 
of harmony, sight singing and history of music; address, The College, Elm 
and Twelfth Streets. 



348 OHIO 

GIBBS, DR. HAROLD BECKET,* organist and choirmaster Sacred Heart 
Church, Camp Washington; teacher of musical history and boy voice Cin- 
cinnati Conservatory of Music; teacher of pianoforte and singing College and 
Academy of the Sacred Heart, Clifton ; Gregorian Chant Specialist ; Res. 171 
E. MacMillan Street, Mt. Auburn. 

GLOVER, EDWIN W.,* teacher of singing and piano; musical director 
Orpheus Club; choir director Christ Church; studio, 222 W. Fourth Street; 
Res. 32 Verona Apartments, Park Avenue, Walnut Hills. 

GORNO, ALBINO, concert pianist; head of piano department and dean of 
Faculty, Cincinnati College of Music; composer works for piano and orches- 
tra; scherzo (for two pianos); other arrangements for two pianos; "Ave 
Maria" (four voices and orchestra) ; "Ave Maria" (in canon form with 
orchestral accompaniment) ; Res. Roanoke Apartments, Clifton. 

GORNO, ROMEO,* concert pianist ; teacher of artists and advanced students ; 
operatic conductor; instructor Cincinnati College of Music; Res. 2424 Ohio 
Avenue, Clifton. 

GRIMM, CARL W.,* pianist; organist; lecturer; principal of the Carl W. 
Grimm Correspondence School of Harmony ; treasurer of the Musicians' Club 
of Cincinnati; author "Modern Harmony," "Harmony Study at the Piano," 
"Practical Instruction Book for Beginners" (fourteenth edition), "Modern 
Technical Exercises for the Equalization of the Fingers," "The Book of 
Scales," "Musical Writing Books," Musical Games (Dominoes, Euchre and 
Casino) ; Res. 2232 Fulton Avenue. 

GRIMM, C. HUGO,* organist Reading Road Temple; organist and choir- 
master Mt. Auburn Baptist Church; pianist; teacher of organ and piano; 
composer cantata "The Coming of the Anointed" (for soli, chorus, string 
quartet, and organ) ; Morning Service for the Synagogue; "Invocation" (for 
violin, 'cello, harp and organ) ; sacred and secular songs; Res. 2232 Fulton 
Avenue. 

HOFFMANN, JOHN A.,* concert tenor ; teacher of singing Cincinnati Con- 
servatory of Music ; director Cincinnati Conservatory Chorus ; choirmaster St. 
John's German Church; Mrs. John A. Hoffmann (Minna Wagner); Res. 
2341 Ohio Avenue. 

KUNWALD, DR. ERNST, musical director Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 
and Cincinnati May Festival Chorus ; Mrs. Ernest Kunwald (Lina Riicker) ; 
Res. 3435 Telford Avenue, Clifton. 

PAALZ, LEO, pianist; teacher of piano Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; 
Res. 2620 Eden Avenue. 

ROBERTS, KLINE L.,* manager Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra ; address, 
12 Times-Star Building. 



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SAAR, LOUIS VICTOR, pianist; teacher of piano; head of Theoretical De- 
partment Cincinnati College of Music ; composer quartet for piano and strings ; 
violin sonata; choruses with orchestra and a-capella; many songs, violin and 
piano pieces; Mrs. Louis Victor Saar (Emilie Scholl) ; address, College of 
Music ; summer home, Enzisweiler, Lake Constance, Germany. 

SCHROEDER, HANS, concert baritone; recital and oratorio; teacher of 
singing Cincinnati College of Music; Res. 2316 Kemper Lane. 

SEDERBERG, HUGO, concert pianist; teacher of piano Cincinnati Con- 
servatory of Music; organist St. Thomas Church, Terrace Park (Ohio); 
summer address, Terrace Park. 

THALBERG, MARCIAN, concert pianist ; teacher of piano, Cincinnati Con- 
servatory of Music; composer "Toten-tanz" (poem by Goethe), baritone solo; 
symphonic poem, "Turg Fenatsch" (after Conrad Ferdinand Meyer) ; Res. 
2568 Euclid Avenue. 

THUMAN, J. HERMAN, music critic Cincinnati Enquirer; manager Cin- 
cinnati May Festival and concerts by visiting artists; Mrs. J. Herman Thu- 
man (Mary Conrey) ; Res. 2715 Eden Avenue, Mt. Auburn. 

TIRINDELLI, PIER ADOLFO (Knight of the Crown of Italy), concert 
violinist; appearances with Boston, Cincinnati and leading European Orches- 
tras ; teacher of violin ; orchestra conductor ; composer violin concerto ; two 
operas : "Athenaide" and "Blanc et Noir" ; many songs ; violin pieces, etc. ; 
Res. 184 E. McMillan Street. 

TRACEY, MISS MINNIE,* prima donna dramatic soprano from opera houses 
in Paris, London, Stockholm, Cairo, Milan, etc. ; principal roles : Aida, Valen- 
tine, Elizabeth, Elsa, Africane, Isolde, Herodiade, Fidelio, Donna Anna, Al- 
ceste, and Leonora ; concert tours ; recitals ; present address, 236 Hosea Ave- 
nue, or Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. 

WERTHNER, PHILIP, pianist; teacher of piano; director Walnut Hills 
Music School; Mrs. Philip Werthner (Dell Kendall), concert dramatic so- 
prano ; teacher of singing ; Res. 2371 Kemper Lane. 

CLEVELAND 

HARMONIC CLUB 

J. POWELL JONES, Musical Director 
2055 East Seventy-ninth Street 

H. V. WILLIAMS, 6807 Union Avenue President 

F. W. STRIETER, 10802 Amor Avenue Vice-President 

M. F. WIDNER, JR., 1359 E. Eighty-eighth Street Secretary 

J. A. MACLEAN, 9403 Lament Avenue Treasurer 



350 OHIO 

SINGERS' CLUB 

ALBERT REES DAVIS, Musical Director 
Perry Payne Building 

F. H. GATES, Gairfield Building President 

B. B. WICKHAM, City Hall V ice-President 

CHARLES M. Buss, East Ohio Gas Building Recording Secretary 

W. H. WEST, Rockwell and E. Sixth Street Financial Secretary 

A. M. PARRY, The Arcade Treasurer 



FORTNIGHTLY MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. GEORGE N. SHERWIN, Carlton Road, Euclid Heights President 

MRS. OTIS SOUTHWORTH, Carlton Road, Euclid Heights Vice-President 

MRS. R. H. CROWELL, Euclid Boulevard, Euclid Heights Vice-President 

MRS. Louis RORHEIMER, 728 Guardian Building Secretary 

MRS. C. G. HICKOX, 2307 Prospect Avenue Treasurer 

MRS. FRANKLYN B. SANDERS, 728 Guardian Building. .Manager Executive Board 

ALLMENDINGER, MISS HELENE, dramatic contralto ; concerts ; recitals ; 
teacher of singing; choir director First Congregational Church of Paines- 
ville (Ohio) ; studio, 618 The Arcade. 

BALAS, MISS CLARICE,* concert pianist; pupil of Leschetizky; accepts 
limited number of pupils ; Res. 3057 W. Fourteenth Street. 

BEATON, MISS ISABELLA,* concert pianist ; composer opera "Anacaona" ; 
scherzo (for orchestra); string quartets; ten fugues for piano; berceuse; 
intermezzo; polonaise; nocturne; sonatas; improvisations; director Beaton 
School of Music, Inc.; organist Kinsman Road M. E. Church; Res. 7110 
Kinsman Road, S. E. 

BECKER, WILLIAM A.,* distinguished concert pianist; one of the fore- 
most American masters of the pianoforte; composer piano concerto (played 
in Berlin, Leipzig, New York, Cleveland, etc.), songs, piano pieces; Mrs. Wil- 
liam A. Becker (Pearl Schumacher) ; studio, 400 Bangor Building; Res. Oak- 
wood on the Lake, Rocky River, Ohio. 



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BRADLEY, MRS. ALICE DEERING,* musical editor Cleveland Town 
Topics; Cleveland correspondent Musical America; chairman Extension Sec- 
tion Fortnightly Musical Club; Res. 2081 E. Thirty-sixth Street; summer 
address, Gates Mill, Ohio. 

CLEMENS, DR. CHARLES E.,* concert organist; professor of music 
Western Reserve University ; organist Euclid Avenue Presbyterian Church 
and Florence Harkness Memorial Chapel W. R. U. ; composer "Moderne 
Pedal Technique" (a vol. Breitkopf & Hartel), "Modern School for Organ" 
(Schirmerj, other works; studio, 912 The Arcade; Mrs. Charles E. Clemens 
(Alice Lepehne Collins) ; Res. 4617 Prospect Avenue, N. E. 

FERRY, CHARLES T.,* organist Euclid Avenue Congregational Church; 
teacher of organ ; composer "Now is the Cherry in Blossom," "To You," 
"God Shall Wipe Away All Tears," "Come to the Woodland," "Sometimes" 
(songs) ; Res. 10207 Kempton Avenue. 

HENDERSON, JOHN MC KENZIE,* director department of music Hiram 
College ; musical director Hiram Musical Art Society and Hiram Woman's 
Chorus; basso; teacher of singing; choirmaster People's M. E. Church; Mrs. 
John McKenzie Henderson (Jane Caldwell) ; Res. 10523 Wilbur Avenue. 

HEYDLER, CHARLES,* concert 'cellist; teacher of 'cello and violin; 
pupil of John Hart and Adolph Nuss (violin) and Von Konigslow and Ernst 
Jonas ('cello) ; member and manager Philharmonic String Quartet; director 
Conservatory of Music; Mrs. Charles Heydler (Alice Hubbard Clark) ; Res. 
1909 E. Eighty-seventh Street ; summer address, North Dover Bay Village, 
Ohio. 

HUGHES, ADELLA PRENTISS* (Mrs. Felix Hughes), founder and man- 
ager Cleveland Symphony Orchestra Concerts now in their sixteenth season; 
an annual series by the following visiting orchestras : Boston, Chicago, New 
York Philharmonic, New York Symphony, Philadelphia and Cincinnati ; man- 
ager of artists' recitals, musicales, opera and ballet; secretary and treasurer 
The Musical Arts Association Co. ; address, 313 Caxton Building. 

HUGHES, FELIX,* baritone ; teacher of singing ; Mrs. Felix Hughes ( Adella 
Prentiss) ; address, 224-225 Clarence Building, 612 Euclid Avenue. 

KRAFT, EDWIN ARTHUR, concert organist; teacher of organ; organist 
and choirmaster Trinity Cathedral ; fellow American Guild of Organists ; 
Res. 3236 E. Overlook Road. 

LOGAN, WALTER,* violinist ; director Logan Violin School ; dean Cleve- 
land Music School Settlement; vice-president Cleveland Music Teachers' 
League ; musical director Young People's Symphony Orchestra, Cloth-Craft 
Choral Club (Cleveland) and Fortnightly Orchestral Club (Cleveland) ; com- 
poser songs and works for violin ; address, 2343 Euclid Avenue. 



352 OHIO 

MANVILLE, HARRY WAITHE,* vocal studio (associated with the Logan 
Violin School); director Pennsylvania College of Music, Meadville, Pa.; 
affiliated with Allegheny College (Meadville) ; director First Methodist Choir, 
Erie, Pa. ; Res. 2343 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. 

MARCOSSON, SOL, concert violinist; teacher of violin; director violin de- 
partment Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua Assembly (N. Y.) ; leader 
Philharmonic String Quartet; Mrs. Sol Marcosson (Dorothy Frew) ; address, 
612 Euclid Avenue; summer address, Chautauqua, N. Y. 

PETERS, ALBERT M., pianist; teacher of piano; studio, 814 The Arcade; 
Res. 2135 E. One Hundred and Seventh Street. 

PHILHARMONIC STRING QUARTET,* Sol. Marcosson, first violin ; C. V. 
Rychlic, second violin ; J. D. Johnston, viola ; Charles Heydler, 'cello and man- 
ager ; address, 612 Euclid Avenue. 

PROBERT, MISS GRACE,* teacher of singing (old Italian Method) ; pupil 
of Orgeni (Dresden, Germany), Pauline Viardot (Paris), Frida De Gebele 
(New York City) ; studio, 217 The Clarence Building, 612 Euclid Avenue. 

ROGERS, JAMES H.,* organist and choir director First Unitarian Church 
and Euclid Avenue Temple ; composer many songs, part-songs, organ and 
piano works, and studies; Mrs. James H. Rogers (Alice Abigail Hall) ; Res. 
2736 S. Park Boulevard; summer address, Shaker Heights Village, Hessel, 
Mich. 

SAAL, WILLIAM,* baritone ; teacher of singing ; address, 606 The Arcade ; 
Res. 1925 E. Seventy-ninth Street. 

SANDERS, MRS. FRANKLIN B.* (Martha Bell), local manager of con- 
certs by the Fortnightly Musical Club; associate manager of concerts by the 
Friday Musicales; manager appearances by distinguished visiting artists; 
address, 728 Guardian Building; Res. The Country Club, Lake Shore Boule- 
vard. 

SMITH, WILSON GEORGE, teacher of piano, composition and singing; 
composer over one hundred songs; technical studies for piano; pieces for 
piano; music critic Cleveland Press since 1902; studio, 719 The Arcade; Mrs. 
Wilson George Smith (Mez Brett), artist and writer; Res. 15710 Lake Ave- 
nue, Lakewood, Ohio. 

SMYTH, HARPER GARCIA,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; head 
music department Cleveland Bible Institute ; musical director Bach Society of 
the Woodland Avenue Presbyterian Church, and Choral Club of the Halle 
Bros. Co.; Mrs. Harper Garcia Smyth (Ida Elizabeth Kydd) ; Res. 1819 E. 
Eighty-first Street. 



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STAIR, MISS PATTY,* pianist ; organist ; teacher of organ and piano ; com- 
poser part-songs, songs, anthems, violin, piano and organ works ; "The Fair 
Brigade" (light opera in 3 acts) ; "Minuet" (women's voices) ; "Carpathian 
Folk Song" (men's voices); author of lyrics and musical articles; director 
piano, organ and theory departments Cleveland Conservatory of Music ; also 
University School ; organist University School ; recording secretary Northern 
Ohio Chapter American Guild of Organists; fellow American Guild of Or- 
ganists ; Res. 92 Wadena Street. 

WYERS, MISS BETSY, concert pianist; teacher of piano; studio, 604 
Bangor Building; Res. 11306 Hessler Road. 



COLUMBUS 

MUSICAL ART SOCIETY 

SAMUEL RICHARD GAINES, Musical Director 
26 S. Third Street 

HARRY J. WESTERMAN, Ohio State Journal President 

Miss HELEN SHUACK, 95 Winner Avenue Vice-President 

Miss ALICE SPEAKS, 942 Franklin Avenue Secretary 

ARTHUR E. SHANNON, 1577 E. Long Street Treasurer 



WOMEN'S MUSIC CLUB 

ROBERT W. ROBERTS, Musical Director of the Club Chorus 
14 W. Ninth Street 

MRS. H. H. McMAHON, 942 Madison Avenue President 

MRS. ANDREW TIMBERMAN, 95 Hamilton Avenue V ice-President 

MRS. N. B. MARPLE, 930 Madison Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. ARMOR W. SHARP, 319 Linwood Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. EDWARD E. FISHER, 310 W. Ninth Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 

ABBOTT, MABEL (Mrs. D. C. Abbott), concert pianist; leader of Abbott 
Orchestral Club (consisting of piano, violin, flute and 'cello) ; formerly toured 
under direction Redpath Lyceum Bureau ; Res. 220 Lexington Avenue. 

BENHAM, MISS EMILY CHURCH, concert pianist; teacher of piano; 
active member Women's Music Club ; Res. 1299 Bryden Road. 



354 OHIO 

EBELING, MISS EMMA, pianist ; teacher of piano ; organist First Church 
of Christ Scientist; Res. 665 Oak Street. 

FANNING, CECIL,* concert baritone ; recitals ; author "The Flower-strewn 
Threshold" (volume of poems) ; librettist Harriet Ware's "Sir Oluf" and 
Marshall Kernochan's "The Foolish Virgins" ; melodramas, etc. ; Res. 994 
Franklin Avenue. 

FRANKENBERG, THEODORE T.,* publicity agent and manager ; address, 
16 E. Broad Street. 

GAINES, SAMUEL RICHARDS, conductor Musical Art Society; organist 
and choirmaster Temple Israel; teacher of singing; composer songs, part- 
songs, duets, anthems, works for organ and violin ; studio, 26 S. Third Street ; 
Mrs. Samuel Richards Gaines (Charlotte Miller) ; Res. 88 Jefferson Avenue. 

HOWE, CHARLES T., flute virtuoso; teacher of flute; lecturer; director 
Howe Correspondence School of Music; manager and soloist Howe Concert 
Company, touring Redpath Chautauqua Circuits in summer months; Mrs. 
Charles T. Howe (Bertha E. Sperry) ; Res. "The Martha," Ohio and Franklin 
Avenues. 

LACEY, MISS KATE M., manager concerts and lecture courses ; office, 
Chamber of Commerce Building ; Res. 1404 Oak Street. 

MEES, OTTO, concert 'cellist; teacher of 'cello; musical director Lutheran 
Choral Society and Glee Club of Capital University; Mrs. Otto Mees (Clara 
Christiansen) ; address, Capital University. 

MORREY, GRACE HAMILTON* (Mrs. Charles Bradfield Morrey), con- 
cert pianist; brilliant successes in America and Germany; (acknowledged by 
many critics to be Ohio's greatest pianist ; president and founder the Grace 
Hamilton Morrey School of Piano; Res. 188 W. Tenth Avenue. 

SMITH, ELLA MAY* (Mrs. Dan Laws Smith), teacher of singing, piano 
and history of music; composer "Because I Love You," "The Image of the 
Moon at Night," "Many a Beauteous Flower," "Love Lane," "Sleep my Dear 
Little Baby, Sleep," "A Spring Lullaby" ; Res. 60 Jefferson Avenue. 

WEIS, EZRA H. F., director of vocal and choral department Capital Col- 
lege of Oratory and Music ; teacher of singing ; accompanist ; manager of local 
appearances for concert artists ; Res. 1076 Neil Avenue. 



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DAYTON 

CIVIC MUSIC LEAGUE 
A. L. TEBBS, Musical Director 

B. B. THESSHER President 

HOUSTON LOWE Vice-President 

WILLIAM G. FRIZELL Vice-President 

W. A. KEYS Vice-President 

Miss MARY NABER Secretary 

CHARLES W. SLAGEL . . . Treasurer 



CHORAL SOCIETY 

URBAN A. DEGER, Conductor 
131 W. Third Street 

W. G. WONFOR, 301 Commercial Building President 

RICHARD LEHMAN, 445 W. Third Street Secretary 

B. F. SNYDER, 38 W. Third Street Treasurer 

(The results of the new election were not received) 

TURPIN, H. B., pianist; accompanist; lecturer; manager; joint tours with 
Cecil Fanning; address, 601 Conover Building. 

DELAWARE 

JACOBUS, CHARLES M.,* director School of Music Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity ; address, Ohio Wesleyan University. 

GRANVILLE 

ESCHMAN, KARL HENRY, pianist; director Denison University Conser- 
vatory of Music ; teacher of theory ; organist and choir director Trinity Epis- 
copal Church (Newark, Ohio) ; Mrs. Karl Henry Eschman (Agnes Frazier) ; 
address, Denison University. 



356 OHIO 

HAMILTON 

MEN'S CHORUS 
WILL H. LEBO, Musical Director 

425 North C Street 

WALTER BLACKBURN, 513 South Eighth Street President 

WILL F. BLANT, 609 Ross Avenue Vice-President 

C. W. KAEFER, 868 Central Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 



WOMEN'S CHORUS 

WILL H. LEBO, Musical Director 

425 North C Street 

MRS. THOMAS BECKETT, 510 Dayton Street President 

MRS. JAMES R. REEDER, Middletown Park Secretary and Treasurer 

MANSFIELD 

CHORAL ART SOCIETY 

Miss FLORENCE MACDONALD, Musical Director 
48 Park Avenue W. 

FRED H. CAHALL, 270 Park Avenue W President 

Miss KATHARINE M. DIRLAM, 481 Park Avenue W Secretary 

CASSIMIR C. CARROL, 133 N. Bowman Street Treasurer 

MAC DONALD, MISS FLORENCE, musical director Choral Art Society ; 
dramatic soprano ; teacher of singing ; Res. 48 Park Avenue, W. 

MARIETTA 

BIRD, JAMES, teacher of voice, theory and public school music; (14 years 
instructor in Marietta College) ; associate teacher (summer months) Public 
School Music Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N. Y. ; address, Marietta. 

MOUNT VERNON 

COUP, WILLIAM M.,* conductor Mount Vernon Festival Association ; Mrs. 
William M. Coup (Mary Kenyon Clark) ; Res. Mount Vernon. 



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OBERLIN 

MUSICAL UNION 

DR. GEORGE W. ANDREWS, Conductor 
195 Forest Street 

ARTHUR S. KIMBALL, Assistant Conductor 
132 Elm Street 

CHARLES W. SAVAGE, 310 Reamer Place President 

HIRAM B. CHANNON, 284 North Professor Street Secretary 

HARLEY L. LUTZ, 284 Forest Street Treasurer 

LAWRENCE T. COWDERY, 184 Woodland Avenue Librarian 

BRUCE H. DAVIS, 68 Elmwood Place Organist 

Board of Directors 

DR. GEORGE W. ANDREWS, 195 Forest Street 
CHARLES W. MORRISON, 290 Elm Street 
ARTHUR S. KIMBALL, 132 Elm Street 
FRIEDRICH J. LEHMANN, 29 S. Prospect Street 
EDWARD DICKINSON, 142 S. Cedar Avenue 
HARVEY L. BASSETT, 279 W. College Street 
HARLEY L. LUTZ, 284 Forest Street 
HIRAM B. CHANNON, 284 N. Professor Street 

ANDREWS, GEORGE WHITFIELD, Mus. Doc., musical director Ober- 
lin Musical Union and Oberlin Conservatory Orchestra ; concert organist ; 
professor of organ and composition Oberlin Conservatory of Music; organist 
Second Congregational Church of Oberlin ; a founder of the American Guild 
of Organists ; composer works for organ ; Mrs. George Whitfield Andrews 
(Harriet Clark) ; Res. 195 Forest Street. 

BRECKENRIDGE, WILLIAM KILGORE, pianist; harpist; professor of 
piano and harp Oberlin Conservatory of Music ; organist First Congregational 
Church ; Res. 5 S. Main Street. 

DICKINSON, DR. EDWARD, professor of history and criticism of music 
Oberlin Conservatory of Music; author "History of Music of the Western 
Church," "Study of the History of Music," "The Education of a Music Lover," 
"Music and the Higher Education" ; Mrs. Edward Dickinson (Jennie Kel- 
logg) ; Res. 142 S. Cedar Avenue. 

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358 OHIO 

HEACOX, ARTHUR E., professor of theory Obcrlin Conservatory of Music ; 
author "Lessons in Harmony" (Parts I and II), "Choral Studies," "Ear 
Training"; Mrs. Arthur E. Heacox (Katherine Marcy) ; summer address, 
Ellake (Kokosing), losco Co., Mich. 

MORRISON, CHARLES WALTHALL, Mus. Doc., director Oberlin Con- 
servatory of Music; pianist; professor of piano; Mrs. Charles Walthall Mor- 
rison (Kate Winship), teacher of singing Oberlin Conservatory of Music; 
Res. 290 Elm Street. 

STIVEN, FREDERIC B.,* associate professor of organ Oberlin Conserva- 
tory of Music ; correspondent Oberlin College News Bureau ; organist and 
choirmaster Euclid Avenue Christian Church, Cleveland ; Mrs. Frederic B. 
Stiven (Alice F. Beckwith) ; Res. 23 S. Prospect Street. 



OXFORD 

BO WEN, MISS EVELINE, pianist (Leschetizky method) ; organist; teacher 
of piano Western College for Women ; summer address, Logan, Ohio. 

PORTER, MISS ALICE A., director musical department Western College for 
Women ; professor of piano ; summer address, Clifton, Colo. 

TOWNER, CLEM A., director School of Music, Oxford College for Women ; 
pianist; teacher of piano; composer "My Dreams" and "Fan Strategy" 
(songs) ; Mrs. Clem A. Towner (Bernice Fay Horrell), pianist. 

PAINESVILLE 

RIGGS, MISS EDNA B., teacher of piano and theory, Lake Erie College; 
address, Lake Erie College. 

WADE, HENRY T., director of music Lake Erie College; address, The 
College. 

PIQUA 

PIQUA MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. A. A. HALL, N. Downing Street President 

MRS. J. L. BLACK First Vice-President 

W. E. SIMPKINSON Second Vice-President 

MRS. IDA M. TODD, N. Downing Street Secretary 

Miss ANNA THOMA, S. Downing Street Treasurer 

W. E. SIMPKINSON, 113 River Side Drive. .Chairman Artist Concert Committee 



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FERGUSON, HARRY O., director of music in Piqua public schools ; choir 
director First Presbyterian Church ; musical director Piqua Music Club 
Chorus ; teacher of voice ; Res. 522 W. Ash Street ; summer address, Chip- 
pewa Lake, O. 

SIMPKINSON, W. E.,* violinist; teacher of violin; director violin depart- 
ment Piqua Conservatory of Music; vice-president and chairman Artist Con- 
cert Committee Piqua Music Club; Mrs. W. E. Simpkinson (Jean Isabel 
Scott) ; Res. 113 River Side Drive. 

TIFFIN 

GILLIS, PROFESSOR FRANK W., director Heidelberg University Con- 
servatory of Music; conductor University Oratorio Society; Mrs. Frank W. 
Gillis (Sadie Louise Stearns) ; Res. 110 Circular Street. 



TOLEDO 

EURYDICE CLUB 

MRS. OTTO SAND, Musical Director 
2050 Fulton Street 

MRS. W. W. CHALMERS, 2224 Maplewood Avenue President 

MRS. C. K. SWARTZBAUGH, 2361 Lawrence Avenue V ice-President 

MRS. OTTO SAND, 2050 Fulton Street Secretary 

MRS. F. I. GREEN, 927 West Woodruff Avenue Treasurer 

BUCK, MISS KATHRYN, concert manager; arranges appearances for dis- 
tinguished artists; Res. 515 Stickney Avenue. 

ECKER, JOHN EMIL, teacher of piano and harmony; Res. 315 Indiana 
Avenue. 

KUNZ, J. CHARLES, pianist; organist; Res. 518 Walbridge Avenue. 

MEAGLEY, MRS. MARY WILLING,* pianist; organist; director; accom- 
panist for eminent artists ; teacher of piano, harmony and counterpoint ; vocal 
coach; lecturer on "Appreciation of Music" at Smead School for Girls (To- 
ledo) ; composer "Memory" (song used by Corinne Rider-Kelsey, Lucy Marsh, 
Eleanora de Cisneros) ; organist and choir director McCabe Memorial M. E. 
Church (Chicago, 111.); studio, 911 Lyon and Healy Building (Chicago); 
Residence-studio, 2307 Monroe Street, Toledo. 



360 OHIO 

REED, LYNNELL,* violinist; teacher of violin, harmony, counterpoint, 
fugue and composition; composer "Berceuse," "Romance" (solos for violin) ; 
address, 324 Logan Street. 

RYDER, WALTER EUGENE, baritone ; teacher of singing; concert appear- 
ances ; musical director Orpheus Club and Overland Glee Club ; Mrs. Walter 
Eugene Ryder (Leonora Kettler) ; Res. 1707 Madison Avenue. 

SAND, ZELLA BRIGHAM* (Mrs. Otto Sand), pianist; accompanist; 
teacher of singing, piano and harmony; musical director Eurydice Club (60 
women's voices) ; Res. 2050 Fulton Street. 



WARREN 

DANA, LYNN BOARDMAN,* pianist; organist; president Dana's Musical 
Institute ; organist and choirmaster First M. E. Church ; composer songs : 
"Hide and Seek," "Morning," "Long Ago," "The Drums," "If I Should Tell 
Thee," etc.; contributes articles on music to Musical America (New York) 
and Warren Daily Chronicle, Mrs. Lynn Boardman Dana (Retta C. Nimocks) ; 
address, Dana's Musical Institute ; summer address, Chautauqua, N. Y. 

HICKERNELL, ROSS, teacher of wind instruments; cornet soloist; 
director Military Band of Dana's Musical Institute of Warren; member of 
musical faculty Chautauqua (N. Y.) Institution; contributing editor Jacob's 
Orchestra Monthly of Boston ; address, Dana's Musical Institute ; summer 
address, Chautauqua, N. Y. 



WOOSTER 

HUTCHINS, HAROLD CARVER,* head of vocal department The Uni- 
versity of Wooster Conservatory of Music ; concert tenor ; teacher of singing ; 
conductor Wooster University Glee Club ; choir director Zion Lutheran 
Church; Mrs. Harold Carver Hutchins (May Steele.) 

PARMELEE, DAN* (Daniel Durkee Parmelee), violinist; head of violin 
department Wooster Conservatory of Music ; musical director Orchestral So- 
ciety of Wooster, and leader of Conservatory String Quartet ; Res. Conserva- 
tory of Music ; summer address, 85 Broadway, Youngstown, Ohio. 

ROWE, PROFESSOR NEILLE ODELL, organist; director conservatory 
of Music The College of Wooster ; organist and choir director College Pres- 
byterian Church; Mrs. Neille Odell Rowe (Gertrude Mae Ralph); address, 
The College of Wooster. 



OKLAHOMA 

ARDMORE 

PHILHARMONIC CLUB 

MRS. E. E. GUILLOT, 213 A Street N. W President 

MRS. THOMAS FRAME V ice-President 

Miss OZELLA PUGH Secretary 

MRS. D. REDFIELD Treasurer 

BARTLESVILLE 

MUSICAL RESEARCH SOCIETY 

MRS. JAMES KERLIN President 

MRS. LOREN CAMPBELL Vice-President 

Miss DACHTLER Secretary 

MRS. W. C. MARTIN Treasurer 

BLACKWELL 

LADIES' MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. F. E. MARTIN President 

Miss BERTHA BOTTENFIELD Vice-President 

Miss ENOLA GREEN Secretary 

Miss FLORENCE MOORE Treasurer 

CHICKASHA 

MAC DOWELL MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. C. E. PLOTT, Musical Director 

MRS. T. R. TRAWICK, Tenth Street and Dakota Avenue President 

MRS. W. S. FLINN Vice-President 

MRS. L. B. SIMMS Secretary 

Miss DOROTHY STONE Treasurer 

Executive Committee 

MRS. ORIN ASHTON 
MRS. T. L. BAILEY 
MRS. J. C. TERRELL 

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COALGATE 

BEETHOVEN CLUB 

MRS. J. A. JACKSON President 

MRS. G. T. BALLS Vice-President 

MRS. ROBERT LACY Secretary 

Miss C. COVINGTON Treasurer 

DURANT 

PERRY MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. W. B. STONE President 

Miss LELDA LEE Vice-President 

Miss LULA HAMPTON Secretary 

Miss ETHEL WHALE Corresponding Secretary 

Miss OLLIE MAE SIMMONS Treasurer 

ENID 

MADRIGAL CLUB 

PROF. JACOB SCHREINER, Musical Director 

MRS. G. E. BURFORD President 

MRS. W. E. LAMERTON Vice-President 

MRS. H. J. HARRIS Secretary 

EL RENO 

BEETHOVEN CLUB 

MRS. HOMER FAIRMON, 618 S. Pictford President 

MRS. OTTO SHUTTEE Vice-President 

Miss LOUISE GERRER Secretary 



OKLAHOMA 363 



MC ALESTER 

FORTNIGHTLY CLUB 

(Music Department) 
MRS. W. P. ALLEN, 346 E. Adams Street Chairman 

MUSKOGEE 

LADIES' SATURDAY MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. FRANCIS M. DAVIES President 

MRS. W. M. BRISON Corresponding Secretary 



MUSIC STUDY CLUB 

MRS. CLAUDE L. STEELE, Musical Director 
513 Court Street 

MRS. CLAUDE L. STEELE, 513 Court Street President 

Miss LELLI MAE DAVIS, Fredonia Street Vice-President 

MRS. MARGUERITE H. MCADAMS, 1404 Ellsworth Avenue 

Secretary and Treasurer 

STEELE, MRS. CLAUDE L.,* pianist; soprano; teacher of piano and sing- 
ing; president Music Study Club; Res. 513 Court Street. 



NOWATA 

WEDNESDAY MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. T. R. McSpADDiN President 

MRS. J. B. Cox Vice-President 

MRS. W. O. STROTHER Secretary 

MRS. C. C. HARMON . . Treasurer 



364 OKLAHOMA 



OKLAHOMA CITY 

OKLAHOMA CHORUS 

ROWLAND D. WILLIAMS, Musical Director 

Miss MARIAN McCuNE President 

Miss ANNA MATTHEWS V ice-President 

Miss ETHEL TODD Secretary 

FRANK ALSPAUGH Treasurer 



LADIES' MUSIC CLUB 

ROWLAND D. WILLIAMS, Musical Director 
128^ W. Second Street 

MRS. C. B. AMES, 401 W. Fourteenth Street President 

MRS. FRED B. OWEN, 928 W. Eighteenth Street Vice-President 

MRS. ROBERT HOLTZSIIUE, 128 W. Eighth Street Secretary and Treasurer 

BRANSKY, ISADOR AARON,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; for- 
merly member Gewandhaus Orchestra, Leipzig; member Jena String Quartet 
and teacher of violin Jena Conservatory ; address, Terminal Arcade. 

HAUBIEL, CHARLES* (Charles Haubiel Pratt), concert pianist; head of 
piano department Musical Art Institute ; teacher of piano ; lecturer ; has toured 
with Kocian, Bohemian violinist, under management of Charles L. Wagner 
(New York); vice-president Oklahoma State Teachers Association; com- 
poser, symphonic poem "Pelleas"; suite in C Minor in Variation Form; Res. 
411 N. Walnut Street. 

QUINN, ALFRED PRICE,* pianist; teacher of piano (authorized repre- 
sentative of Professor Robert Teichmuller of Leipzig) ; principal of Oklahoma 
Musical Academy; Oklahoma City representative for Musical Courier (New 
York) ; address, Terminal Arcade. 

SCHEINER, FRANK,* president Musical Art Institute; manager concert 
courses by distinguished artists ; address, 124 West Street. 

WEIS, FREDERICK,* manager concert courses by prominent American 
and European artists ; address, Overholser Theatre. 

WILLIAMS, ROWLAND D., baritone; teacher of singing; musical director 
Ladies' Music Club Chorus and Oklahoma Chorus ; choirmaster Pilgrim Con- 
gregational Church and Jewish Temple; Res. 128j^ W. Second Street. 



OKLAHOMA 365 



OKMULGEE 

WEDNESDAY MORNING MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. W. A. HIATT President 

MRS. J. A. PRICE Vice-President 

MRS. W. M. MATTHEWS Secretary 

MRS. F. M. CARTER Treasurer 

SAPULPA 

SYMPHONY CLUB 

MRS. C. C. HARMON President 

MRS. W. H. ODELL Vice-President 

Miss LADD Secretary 

Miss ESTHER WILKINSON Treasurer 

SHAWNEE 

SYNTHETIC MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. J. L. FORD, 1420 N. Broadway President 

MRS. THEODORE BRINGHURST First Vice-President 

MRS. A. H. THOMAS Second Vice-President 

MRS. ERDMAN SMITH Secretary 

MRS. A. J. FLUKE Treasurer 

STILLWATER 

MAKOVSKY, BOHUMIL, director music department Oklahoma Agricul- 
tural and Mechanical College ; clarinetist ; teacher of wind instruments ; musical 
director Makovsky Concert Band (Oklahoma City) ; Mrs. Bohumil Makovsky 
(Georgia Shrstak) ; address, Agricultural and Mechanical College. 

TULSA 

MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. F. S. CLINTON President 

MRS. C. E. STROUVELLE Secretary 



366 OKLAHOMA 



WEAVER, JOHN KNOWLES,* director Henry Kendall College School 
of Music; organist; pianist; teacher of organ, piano and theory; Mrs. John 
Knowles Weaver (Maud Smith) ; address, Kendall College. 



WAGONER 

WEDNESDAY MUSIC CLUB 

Miss ELLA BARN WELL President 

MRS. MARK EVANS Vice-President 

Miss GRACE DAVIS Secretary 

MRS. RINEHART , . . Treasurer 



OREGON 

CORVALLIS 

GASKINS, WILLIAM FREDERIC,* director school of music, Oregon Agri- 
cultural College; professor of voice culture, singing, conducting, theory and 
history of music ; concert baritone ; choirmaster First Presbyterian Church 
of Corvallis ; conductor Corvallis Choral Society ; business manager and musi- 
cal director Oregon Agricultural College Glee Club ; president Benton County 
Berry Company; Mrs. William Frederic Gaskins (Genevieve Baum), head of 
piano and organ departments School of Music, Oregon Agricultural College ; 
Res. 861 Jefferson Street. 

EUGENE 

LYMAN, RALPH H., tenor soloist; teacher of singing; dean University 
of Oregon School of Music; choirmaster First M. E. Church; Mrs. Ralph 
H. Lyman (Fannie Mclntosh) ; address, University of Oregon. 



MILWAUKEE 

DUNNING, MRS. CARRE LOUISE, originator Dunning System of Im- 
proved Music Study for Beginners ; lecturer and teacher ; address, Milwaukee. 

PORTLAND 

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

WILLIAM D. WHEELWRIGHT Honorary President 

M. CHRISTENSEN, Christensen Hall President 

CARL DENTON, 688 Vista Avenue Vice-President 

R. E. MILLARD, 973 Hillsdale Avenue Secretary 

W. E. THOMAS, Hotel Trevis Treasurer 

MRS. B. E. TAIT, 315 Morrison Street Business Manager 



MACDOWELL CLUB 

MRS. THOMAS CARRICK BURKE, 1014 Thurman Street President 

MRS. WARREN E. THOMAS, 300 N. Twenty- fourth Street Vice-President 

MRS. W. S. BABSON, 544 E. Fifteenth Street, N Secretary 

MRS. DONALD SPENCER, 251 Cornell Road Treasurer 

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APOLLO CLUB 

(Male Chorus) 

WILLIAM H. BOYER, Musical Director 
308 N. Twenty-fourth Street 

W. A. MONTGOMERY, 1091 Vaughn Street President 

J. B. PILKINGTON, 246 Main Street Vice-President 

SIDNEY G. LATHROP, Abington Building Secretary and Treasurer 



ORPHEUS MALE CHORUS 

WILLIAM MANSELL WILDER, Musical Director 
380 Vista Avenue 

W. I. KALTER President 

J. F. BISCHOFF Vice-President 

M. M. BOESCHER Secretary 

R. H. BOND . Treasurer 



MONDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. PERCY W. LEWIS, 380 E. Forty-seventh Street N President 

MRS. L. T. NEWTON, 267 Eleventh Street First Vice-President 

MRS. LEE ARNETT, 750 Brazer Street Second Vice-President 

MRS. LAMBERT A. BEARD, 576 Marion Avenue Secretary 

MRS. THEODORE S. THOMAS, 

1265 E. Fortieth Street, S. E Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. E. M. BAKER, 1140 E. Thirtieth Street, N Treasurer 



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STATE MUSIC TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION 

JOHN CLAIRE MONTEITH, Columbia Building President 

MRS. EDWARD ALDEN BEALS, 731 Kearney Street Vice-President 

DANIEL WILSON, Eilers Building Corresponding Secretarv 

FRANK G. EICHENLAUB, Columbia Building Recording Secretarv 

Miss MAUDE CARLYLE, Hood River Treasurer 

W. R. BOONE, Christensen Hall Auditor 

HENRICK GJERDRUN, Dallas, Oregon Auditor 

Directors 

R. H. LYMAN, Eugene, Oregon 
ROY MULLER, Dallas 
Miss M. MAGERS, Salem 



MUSICIANS' CLUB 

GEORGE HOTCHKISS STREET, 389 Twelfth Street President 

L. G. EICHENLAUB, Columbia Building Vice-President 

DANIEL H. WILSON, Eilers Building Secretary 

CHARLES SWENSON, Eilers Building Treasurer 



OREGON CHAPTER AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS 

LUCIEN E. BECKER, 368 Multuomah Street Dean 

M. TERRINGER Secretary 

H. C. TERRIS, Hotel Seward Treasurer 

BECKER, LUCIEN E., teacher of piano and organ ; president Becker Con- 
servatory of Music; Res. 368 Multnomah Street. 



370 OREGON 



BOYER, WILLIAM HERR, supervisor of music in the public schools; 
musical director Apollo Club; teacher of singing; Res. 308 N. Twenty-fourth 
Street. 

ENNA, EMIL,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; composer; lecturer; music 
festival conductor; address, 509 Eilers Building; summer address, Seaside, 
Oregon. 

EVANS, E. MALDWYN,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; musical 
director First Congregational Church; choirmaster Third Presbyterian 
Church; Mrs. E. Maldwyn Evans (Edith Rosslyn Collais) ; Res. 243 E. 
Fiftieth Street. 

RYDER- WILLIAMS, MRS. MABEL, concert pianist; accompanist; teacher 
of piano ; address, 52 E. Seventy-first Street, N. ; summer address, Lake 
Grove, Oregon. 

SOUTH, CHARLES, violin virtuoso; chamber music performer; teacher of 
violin ; address, 509 Eilers Building. 

STEERS AND COMAN, THE MISSES, managers of concerts and concert 
tours in Oregon, Washington and the Northwest ; address, 602 Columbia 
Building. 

THOMAS, MRS. WARREN E.,* a leader in musical activities; vice-presi- 
dent MacDowell Club ; formerly president Portland Musical Association ; Res. 
300 N. Twenty-fourth Street. 



PENNSYLVANIA 

BETHLEHEM 

LEHIGH VALLEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ASSOCIATION 
A. M. WEINGARTNER, Musical Director 

DR. A. G. RAU President 

R. M. BIRD Secretary 

M. J. SHIMER Treasurer 

GODSHALK, MISS BELLE,* concert and operatic soprano; one year's en- 
gagement at Opera House in Lodz, Russia ; pupil of Etelka Gerster and the 
late Frank King Clark ; direction Managing and Producing Company, Inc., 
116 W. Thirty-ninth Street, New York; personal address, 128 S. High Street. 

SAMUELS, DAVID GRIFFITH, organist and choirmaster Christ Reformed 
Church ; musical director Bethlehem Conservatory of Music ; pianist ; teacher 
of piano; Mrs. David Griffith Samuels (Lillian N. Neuman). 

SHIELDS, T. EDGAR,* organist of the Bach Festivals ; organist and choir- 
master Pro-Cathedral Church of the Nativity and Packer Memorial Church, 
Lehigh University (South Bethlehem) ; musical director Bass Clef Club and 
Moravian College for Women Chorus (Bethlehem) ; Mrs. T. Edgar Shields 
(Emilie N. Schultze) ; Res. 56 Church Street. 

WEINGARTNER, A. M., musical director Lehigh Valley Symphony 
Orchestra and Bethlehem Steel Company Band; violinist; teacher of violin 
Moravian Seminary School of Music and College for Women ; Mrs. A. M. 
Weingartner (Gertrude E. Ungerer). 

WOLLE, DR. JOHN FREDERICK,* concert organist; conductor Bach 
Festivals ; organist and choirmaster Salem Lutheran Church ; Mrs. John 
Frederick Wolle (Jennie C. Stryker) ; Res. H8 Church Street. 



CHAMBERSBURG 

MANSFIELD, DR. ORLANDO AUGUSTINE,* concert organist ; pianist ; 
theorist ; instructor of organ, piano and theory ; professor of music Wilson 
College ; composer over 300 published works, including 30 prize compositions 
for organ, piano and voice ; editor 100 pianoforte classics ; author 400 pub- 
lished articles: "Students' Harmony," etc.; critic for The Choir (London, 
England) ; Mrs. Orlando Augustine Mansfield (Louise Christine Jutz), 
pianist; teacher of piano, violin and 'cello; has appeared in recitals for two 
pianos with Dr. Mansfield ; Res. Harmony Cottage, Wilson College. 

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COLUMBIA 

WITTELL, CHESTER, pianist; teacher of piano; director Columbia 
Branch Sherwood Conservatory (Chicago) ; composer ballade in C sharp 
minor; Res. 117 Seventh Street. 



CONNELLSVILLE 

GOLDSMITH, MISS FLORENCE E.,* pianist; teacher of piano; special 
training for children ; graduate of the Fletcher Music Method ; author and 
composer "The Pilot of Tadousac" (operetta). 



ELLWOOD CITY 

BARTEL, OTTO E.,* teacher of piano, singing and violin ; musical director 
Ellwood City Choral Union ; supervisor of music Ellwood City and Zelie- 
nople Public Schools ; musical director Junior Choir First Presbyterian 
Church ; composer 50 alternate and crosshand Studies for Piano, two Hunga- 
rian Mazurkas ; other works for strings and orchestra ; Mrs. Otto E. Bartel 
(Harriette M. Boehm) ; Res. 426 Spring Avenue. 



ERIE 

BOWLING, ALBERT H., JR., pianist; organist First Unitarian Church; 
composer "Autumn Sketches" (organ suite in four parts) ; "A Toast," 
"Regret" ; and other songs ; Res. 456 E. Seventh Street. 

KOHLER, FRANZ,* concert violinist ; conductor Erie Symphony Orchestra ; 
formerly concertmeister Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra ; formerly professor 
of violin Oberlin (Ohio) ; Res. 933 W. Seventh Street. 

LYTLE, VICTOR VAUGHN,* pianist; organist; teacher of piano and 
organ; organist First Presbyterian Church; composer works for organ and 
piano, anthems, songs, chamber music; Mrs. Victor Vaughn Lytle (Guisep- 
pina Bonazzi) ; Res. 252 W. Eighth Street. 

MC KEAN, MAY H. (Mrs. Charles W. McKean), soprano; teacher of sing- 
ing Erie Conservatory of Music; soprano and soloist and director quartet 
choir Park Presbyterian Church; Res. 315 W. Fifth Street. 

MILLER, MISS MARIE E., concert harpist ; soloist harpist Erie and Mead- 
ville Symphony Orchestras ; teacher of harp ; instructor of harp and harp 
soloist (summer months) Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N. Y. ; Res. 
416 W. Tenth Street. 



PENNSYLVANIA 373 

VINCENT, HENRY BETHUEL, director Vincent Studio; conductor Erie 
Community Chorus, Erie Choral Society, Conneaut Choral Society ; organist 
and choirmaster Simpson Methodist Church and Jewish Temple; director 
Organ Department and official organist Chautauqua Institution; director 
High School Music and general director Little Playhouse (Erie) ; address, 
Box 17; summer address, Chautauqua, N. Y. 

FRANKLIN 

MONDAY EVENING MUSICAL SOCIETY 

MRS. H. G. READING President 

MRS. CLAUDE GALVINS Secretary 



CADMAN CHORAL CLUB 
MRS. FLORENCE WILEY ZERBE, Musical Director 

MRS. FLORENCE WILEY ZERBE President 

ANNABEL SHORTS Vice-President 

MILDRED E. Ross Secretary and Treasurer 

DOROTHY ELLIOTT Librarian 

MILDRED B. FLOYD Pianist 

HAMILTON, EBER C., teacher of piano, organ, violin and theory ; organist 
and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church ; composer, works for piano, violin 
and voice; Mrs. Eber C. Hamilton (Bessie Miller Dunn) ; Res. 1208 Buffalo 
Street. 

WILEY-ZERBE, FLORENCE* (Mrs. John Irwin Zerbe), concert soprano; 
recitals; oratorio; president and director Cadman Choral Club; director 
Quartet Second Presbyterian Church, Oil City ; Res. 933 Elk Street. 

GREENSBURG 

MENDELSSOHN CHOIR 

BERTRAM S. WEBBER, Musical Director 

BURRELL R. HUFF President 

J. R. T. HEDEMAN Vice-President 

Miss MARGARET MCKENNEY Secretary 

W. W. KEENAN, JR Treasurer 

WEBBER, BERTRAM S.,* concert organist; musical director Mendels- 
sohn Choir of Greensburg, Glee Club and Choral Club of Carnegie Institute 
of Technology (Pittsburgh) ; organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian 
Church of Greensburg. 

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374 PENNSYLVANIA 



HARRISBURG 

WEDNESDAY CLUB 

Miss RUTH S. CONKLING, Musical Director 
1926 N. Sixth Street 

Miss MARY B. ROBINSON, 111 West State Street President 

Miss NANCY I. SHUNK, Box 155 Vice-President 

MRS. E. J. DECEVEE, 607 N. Second Street Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. WILBUR F. HARRIS, 107 Locust Street Recording Secretary 

MRS. WILLIAM BUMBAUGH, 1412 Market Street Treasurer 

MRS. WILLIAM L. KELLER, 

2225 N. Front Street Chairman of Program Committee 

HAND, FRED C.,* president and general manager Keystone Musical 
Bureau (Harrisburg and Scranton) presenting world-famous artists and or- 
ganizations; Res. 216 N. Second Street. 

LEMER, MISS SARA, concert violinist; management Philadelphia Musical 
Bureau; teacher of violin; Res. 2123 Green Street. 

MARTIN, FRITZ, teacher of piano, organ, theory and composition ; com- 
poser mass in D (soli, chorus and orchestra), piano concerto, sonata for piano 
and violin, etc. ; musical director Carlisle Oratorio Society and Middletown 
Choral Society; Mrs. Fritz Martin (Helen Riemensnyder) ; Res. 3201 River- 
side Drive. 

PHILLIPS, JOHN W.,* tenor; teacher of singing; musical director Grace 
M. E. Church; musical critic Evening Telegraph (Harrisburg); formerly 
director College of Music John B. Stetson University and conductor musical 
festivals John B. Stetson University, De Land, Florida; Mrs. John W. 
Phillips (Margaret L. Murch) ; Res. 121 State Street; summer address, 
Monhegan, Maine. 

ROBINSON, MISS MARY B.,* prominent in musical activities; president 
Wednesday Club; Res. Ill W. State Street. 

INDIANA 

COLBURN, REXFORD DAVIS, pianist ; teacher of piano ; musical director 
Normal Conservatory State Normal School ; Mrs. Rexford Davis Colburn 
(Florence E. Smith) ; address, State Normal School. 






PENNSYLVANIA 375 

LANCASTER 

MUSICAL ART SOCIETY 

MRS. CHARLES KEMBLE EICHLER, Director of Chorus 
611 W. Chestnut Street 

Miss ESTHER M. KENDIG, 232 Charlotte Street President 

MRS. WILBER F. MEISKEY, 538 W. Orange Street Vice-President 

Miss ETHEL FEAGLEY, 708 Columbia Avenue '. Secretary 

Miss GRACE E. EVANS, 28 South Lime Street Treasurer 

ECKERT, MISS MYRTLE M.,* teacher of piano, organ and theory; head 
of Piano Department Linden Hall Seminary (Lititz, Pa.) ; studio, 447 W. 
Chestnut Street, Lancaster; Res. Lititz. 

HERR, MISS MARGUERITE, concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; Res. 224 
W. Orange Street. 

HUMPHREYVILLE, MISS MARGARET L., musical director Lancaster 
Operatic Society; supervisor of music Lancaster Public Schools; teacher of 
singing; Res. 231 W. Vine Street. 

KENDIG, MISS ESTHER M.,* concert soprano; teacher of singing; Res. 
232 Charlotte Street. 

RODGERS, GEORGE B.,* organist and choirmaster St. James' P. E. 
Church; teacher of organ, piano and boy choir; composer Te Deum in D 
and Te Deum in E Flat; Res. 119 N. Duke Street. 

STOCKTON, RICHARD MUHLENBERG, organist and choirmaster Mora- 
vian Church, Lititz (Pa.) ; concert pianist; accompanist for singers, violinists, 
etc., also for moving picture pianos (Wurlitzer or Hope-Jones Unit Orches- 
tra) ; teacher of piano and organ ; Res. 560 W. James Street. 

THORNBALM, J. STEWART, director of instrumental music Boys' High 
School and Girls' "Stevens" High School; performer of violin, 'cello, piano, 
clarinet and cornet; address, Boys' High School. 

LANSDOWNE 

GURNEY, HENRY, concert tenor; teacher of singing; musical director 
Ocean City (N. J.) Summer Choral Union. 



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MEADVILLE 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. E. W. LAWRENCE President 

MRS. J. D. DOWNING Vice-President 

MRS. HARRY MININN Recording Secretary 

MRS. J. N. MCCLOSKEY Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. W. E. WRIGHT . . . Treasurer 



MEADVILLE ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY 
FRANZ KOHLER, Conductor 

H. D. CONNER Secretary 

L. L. LORD, JR Manager 

CENTRALIZING SCHOOL OF MUSIC, Miss Ida Josephine Eschelman, 
director instrumental department; Anna Rosalie Bork, director vocal depart- 
ment; address, 429 Randolph Street. 

PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF MUSIC,* class and private instruction 

in all branches ; address, N. Park Street and North Avenue. 



MECHANICSBURG 

CHORAL SOCIETY 

HARRY C. HARPER, Musical Director 
410 E. Main Street 

MRS. J. V. MILLER, 210 West Main Street President 

REV. J. S. ADAM, 104 S. High Street Vice-President 

GEORGE C. DIETZ, 144 E. Main Street Secretary and Treasurer 

HARPER, HARRY C.,* pianist (graduate New England Conservatory of 
Music, Boston, Mass.) ; organist and choirmaster St. Paul's Reformed Church ; 
director of music Irving College ; conductor Mechanicsburg Choral Society ; 
address, 410 E. Main Street. 



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NEW CASTLE 

HANDEL ORATORIO SOCIETY 

PAUL BROWNE PATTERSON, Musical Director 
439 E. Washington Street 

FRANK BUTLER, Jefferson Street President 

JOHNSTON FISHER, Leasure Avenue Vice-President 

PATTERSON, PAUL BROWNE,* organist; pianist; singer; teacher of 
organ, piano and singing ; organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church ; 
director Patterson School of Music ; musical director Handel Oratorio Society 
(New Castle) and Handel and Haydn Society (Sharon, Pa.) ; composer 
"Easter Morn" (cantata), "Meditation" (for organ), "Fantasie" (for piano), 
songs, anthems, etc., Mrs. Paul Browne Patterson (Mary Virginia Emery) ; 
Res. 469 E. Washington Street; summer address, "Paumavir," Cedar Point, 
Ohio. 

PATTERSON, MRS. PAUL BROWNE* (Mary Virginia Emery), pianist; 
accompanist; accompanist for Handel Oratorio Society (New Castle) and 
Handel and Haydn Society (Sharon, Pa.) ; organist and musical director First 
Presbyterian Church ; Res. 469 E. Washington Street ; summer address, "Pau- 
mavir," Cedar Point, Ohio. 

OIL CITY 

TUESDAY MUSICAL 

MRS. F. H. HERPST President 

MRS. H. T. LAWRIE Vice-President 

Miss MARY FAIR Secretary 

MRS. JAMES A. LANG Treasurer 

Miss G. McLAUTH Librarian 



SCHUBERT CLUB 

MRS. A. S. TURNER President 

MRS. G. H. W. SHERMAN V ice-President 

MRS. CHARLES RICHARDS Secretary 

MRS. HOWARD WOOD Treasurer 

ACKLEY, CHARLES B., teacher of violin; musical director Ackley's 
Orchestra; address, Smart & Silberberg Building. 



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PHILADELPHIA 

PHILDELPHIA ORCHESTRA ASSOCIATION 

LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI, Conductor 
Academy of Music 

ALEXANDER VAN RENSSELAER, 1801 Walnut Street President 

E. T. STOTESBURY, Fifth and Chestnut Streets Vice-President 

ANDREW WHEELER, 1608 Market Street Secretary 

ARTHUR E. NEWBOLD, Fifth and Chestnut Streets Treasurer 

ARTHUR JUDSON, 1314 Pennsylvania Building Manager 

Louis MATTSON, 1314 Pennsylvania Building Assistant Manager 

Board of Directors 

MRS. W. W. ARNETT, 2116 Pine Street 

EDWARD W. BOK, Merion, Pa. 

CHARLES A. BRAUN, 629 Real Estate Trust Building 

JOHN F. BRAUN, 1143 Real Estate Trust Building 

JAMES CROSBY BROWN, 330 Chestnut Street 

RICHARD Y. COOK, 316 Chestnut Street 

CYRUS H. K. CURTIS, Independence Square 

MRS. A. J. DALLAS DIXON, 1015 Clinton Street 

GEORGE W. ELKINS, Land Title Building 

THEODORE N. ELY, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

SAMUEL S. FELS, Thirty-ninth and Walnut Streets 

Miss MARY K. GIBSON, 1612 Walnut Street 

HENRY McKEAN INGERSOLL, Spring House P. O., Pa. 

JOHN H. INGHAM, 439 Land Title Building 

C. HARTMAN KUHN, Franklin Bank Building 

Miss FRANCES A. WISTER, 1112 Spruce Street 

CHARLTON YARNELL, Franklin Bank Building 

MRS. HAROLD E. YARNELL, Edgemont P. O., Delaware Co., Pa. 



PENNSYLVANIA 379 

MENDELSSOHN CLUB 

W. W. GILCHRIST, Musical Director 
N. LINDSAY NORTON, Acting Director 
All Saints' Church, Brooklyn, New York 
W. H. DOERING, 

Care J. S. Thorn Company, Twentieth and Alleghany Avenue President 

HENRY W. SCHELL, Room 257, Broad Street Station V ice-President 

SAMUEL J. RIEGEL, 763 N. Twentieth Street Secretary 

CHARLES BOND, 520 Arch Street Treasurer 



ORPHEUS CLUB 

ARTHUR D. WOODRUFF, Conductor 
1520 Chestnut Street 

JOSEPH DE F. JUNKIN, Real Estate Trust Building President 

JOHN H. CARR, 409 Chestnut Street Vice-President 

WILLIAM O. MILLER, 102 College Hall, University of Pennsylvania. . . .Secretary 

EDWIN B. JACKSON, 317 N. Broad Street Treasurer 

(The results of the new election were not received.) 



FORTNIGHTLY CLUB 

HENRY GORDON THUNDER, Musical Director 
10 S. Eighteenth Street 

HARRISON P. HAHN, 3339 N. Park Avenue President 

FRANK BYROM, 127 W. Susquehanna Avenue Vice-President 

WILBUR J. BROWN, 1617 N. Fifty-second Street Secretary 

C. BENTLEY COLLINS, 1218 Chestnut Street Treasurer 



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CHORAL SOCIETY 

HENRY GORDON THUNDER, Musical Director 
10 S. Eighteenth Street 

THOMAS G. MARTINDALE, Tenth and Market Streets President 

WILLIAM R. KING, 1523 Poplar Street Vice-President 

DR. A. A. JONES, 1810 Jefferson Street Secretary 

MRS. A. T. FRENCH, 4822 Regent Street Treasurer 



EURYDICE CHORUS 

ARTHUR D. WOODRUFF, Musical Director 
128 W. Eleventh Street, New York City 

MRS. LOUISE BENSON, 2114 De Lancey Place President 

MRS. ALEXANDER J. CASSATT, 202 W. Rittenhouse Square V ice-President 

MRS. LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI, 2014 Pine Street Vice-President 

MRS. B. FRANKLIN RITTENHOUSE, 4613 Leiper Street, Frankford Secretary 

Miss MARIE W. PAUL, 1930 Chestnut Street Treasurer 



MATINEE MUSICAL CLUB 

HELEN PULASKI INNIS, Director of Chorus 
Primos, Pa. 

MRS. FREDERICK W. ABBOTT, 6718 Quincy Street, Germantown President 

MRS. SAMUEL W. COOPER, 2305 Delancy Place V ice-President 

MRS. EDWARD PHILIP LINCH, 4000 Baltimore Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. GEORGE W. WAGNER, 4418 Pine Street Vice-President 

MRS. WALTER WILLIARD, 40 Carpenter Lane, Germantown Secretary 

MRS. HENRY L. McCLAY, 6338 Sherwood Road, Overbrook, Pa Treasurer 



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PHILADELPHIA OPERATIC SOCIETY 

WASSILI LEPS, Musical Director 
The Powelton, Thirty-sixth Street and Powelton Avenue 

MRS. CELESTE D. HECKSCHER, 2213 Walnut Street President 

JOHN LUTHER LONG, Ashbourne, Pa Vice-President 

WILLIAM J. PARKER, 5113 Walton Avenue Secretary 

A. D. EMERICK, 2013 S. Nineteenth Street Treasurer 



TREBLE CLEF CLUB 

KARL SCHNEIDER, Musical Director 
1720 Chestnut Street 

MRS. WILLIAM SIMPSON, JR., Overbrook, Pa President 

MRS. I. S. LOWRY, 3416 Race Street Vice-President 

MRS. FRANK P. BROOKE, 7420 Boyer Street Secretary 

Miss C. C. McCuTCHEON, Edgewater Park, N. J Treasurer 



MUSICAL ART CLUB 

WILLIAM H. GREEN, 2130 Spruce Street President 

E. I. KEFFER, 1631 Walnut Street First Vice-President 

NICHOLAS DOUTY, 1710 Chestnut Street Second Vice-President 

L. STAUFFER OLIVER, 1418 Land Title Building Secretary 

MAURICE N. WEYL, 140 N. Sixth Street Treasurer 



FELLOWSHIP CLUB 

(Male Voices) 

WILLIAM B. KESSLER, Musical Director 
4833 N. Thirteenth Street 

ALAN C. CUNNINGHAM, Cynwyd, Pa President 

OTTO KRAUS, JR., 1830 N. Thirty-second Street Vice-President 

WILLIAM J. RITCHIE, 120 Market Street Secretary 

WILLIAM E. D. REEVES, 709 Walnut Street Treasurer 



382 PENNSYLVANIA 



ST. PAUL CHORISTERS 

MAY PORTER, Musical Director 

4952 Hazel Avenue 
REV. DR. DWIGHT WITHERSPOON WYLIE, 

4719 Baltimore Avenue Honorary President 

WILLIARD M. HARRIS, 505 Chestnut Street President 

BRUCE E. HOWDEN, 765 S. Fifty-second Street Secretary 

ANDREW H. YOUNG, Rutledge, Pa Treasurer 



MORLEY MALE CHORUS 

FRANCKE CULLIS MORLEY, Musical Director 

1520 Chestnut Street 

RAY GRANZOW, 2110 N. Uber Street Secretary 

HAROLD DAVIES, 2038 N. Broad Street Treasurer 

RALPH MCKELVEY, 2217 Estaugh Street Accompanist 

OSCAR W. LAYTON, Seventy-eighth Street and Avenue D Representative 

(West Philadelphia; Pa.) 



CANTAVES CHORUS 

MAY PORTER, Musical Director 

4952 Hazel Avenue 

MRS. CLINTON A. STRONG, 5022 Cedar Avenue President 

MRS. WILBUR CROSS, 5130 Milton Avenue Vice-President 

Miss ELIZABETH C. FUDGE, 1116 S. Forty-sixth Street. .Secretary and Treasurer 

(The Martinique) 



PENNSYLVANIA 383 

PHILOMUSIAN CHORAL CLUB 

MAY PORTER, Musical Director 
4952 Hazel Avenue 

MRS. EDGAR MARBURY, 4319 Baltimore Avenue President 

MRS. EDGAR A. CUSTER, 4101 Baltimore Avenue Secretary 

MRS. AUGUSTUS WRIGHT SMITH, The Marlyn Treasurer 

MRS. EDWARD P. LINCH, 4000 Baltimore Avenue. .Chairman Music Committee 



HUBBARD QUARTET 

STANLEY D. HUBBARD Organist 

BLANCHE V. HUBBARD Harpist 

EFFIE IRENE HUBBARD 'Cellist 

CHARLES S. HUBBARD Violinist 

28 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue 

Summer Address, 30 S. Rhode Island Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. 



METROPOLITAN QUARTET 

ABBIE R. KEELY, 1914 Diamond Street Soprano 

CLARA YOCUM JOYCE, Cynwyd, Pa Contralto 

NELSON A. CHESTNUT, 1331 South Broad Street Tenor 

JOHN J. JOYCE, JR., Cynwyd, Pa Bass 

WILLIAM SILVANO THUNDER, Juniata Apartments, 51 Walnut Street, 

Accompanist 



ORPHEUS QUARTET 

WILLIAM SILVANO THUNDER, Director and Accompanist 

EDNA HARWOOD BAUGHER, 3805 Chestnut Street Soprano 

MABELLE ADDISON, 1228 S. Fifty-second Street Contralto 

HENRI MERRIKEN, 1726 Chestnut Street Tenor 

DONALD REDDING, 1012 S. Forty-ninth Street Baritone 



384 PENNSYLVANIA 



BEHREN'S OPERA CLUB 

LUDWIG SCHMIDT-FABRI, Musical Director 
1626 Arch Street 

JOHN CURTIS, JR., Musical Director 
1709 Arch Street 

JOHN CURTIS, 1709 Arch Street President 

WALTER F. BLEY, 1117 Chestnut Street Secretary 

PHILIP JOCHEM, 2441 N. Eleventh Street. Treasurer 

MRS. C. P. CURTIS, 1709 Arch Street.. ..Librarian 



BUSINESS WOMAN'S LEAGUE CHORAL 

MAY PORTER, Musical Director 

4952 Hazel Avenue 
MRS. S. C. SEYMOUR President 

Miss M. MELBERTA MAIZE, 1118 Walnut Street Vice-President 

MRS. HENRY M. SMALTZ. . Treasurer 



JUNGER MAENNERCHOR 

OSCAR GOERING, Musical Director 
1634 N. Fifteenth Street 

Louis F. SCHUCK, Lincoln Building President 

F. STOPPER, 1417 N. Nineteenth Street Vice-President 

JULIUS HAINES, 643 N. Tenth Street Secretary 

WILLIAM ROEHM, 2437 N. Broad Street Treasurer 



HARMONIE SINGING SOCIETY 

C. A. HARTMAN, Musical Director 
1530 S. Broad Street 

ALBERT NUSSER, 91 1 Vine Street President 

HEINRICH HOFFMANN, 3109 N. Ninth Street Vice-President 

M. HAMMERSTEIN, 160 Sumac Street Secretary 

KONRAD SOPP, 48 N. Ninth Street Treasurer 



PENNSYLVANIA 385 

FRANZ SCHUBERT BUND AND FRANZ SCHUBERT BUND 
SYMPHONY ORCHESTA 

WALTER PPEIFFER, Conductor 
10 S. Eighteenth Street 

JOHN ARMBRUSTER, 322 Somerset Street, Gloucester, N. J President 

GUSTAV LIPSCHUTZ, 2246 North Front Street Vice-President 

GEORGE KNABE, 1627 N. Twelfth Street Secretary 

PHILIP HIRSCHBERG, 38 N. Millick Street Treasurer 

OTTO BLAUERT, 1232 West Butler Street Librarian 



COLUMBIA GESANG VEREIN 

HERRMANN KUMME, Musical Director 

366 Logan Street, Germantown, Pa. 
CONRAD RAUCH, 1620 E. Berks Street President 

FRED RAIBLE, S. E. Cor. Palmetto and Deverau Streets Vice-President 

RICHARD RICHTER, 2720 Allegheny Avenue Secretary 

GUSTAV SPIESS, Third and Norris Streets Treasurer 



QUARTET CLUB 

EMIL F. ULRICH, Musical Director 
3261 Ridge Avenue 

CONRAD GERHARDT, 5312 Larchwood Avenue President 

E. H. GUENTHER, 3643 Percy Street Vice-President 

ALFRED LOEB, 2755 Germantown Avenue Secretary 

CHARLES W. TAG, 2625 Bridge Street Treasurer 



ALLEMANIA GESANG VEREIN 

HERRMANN G. KUMME, Musical Director 
333 W. Logan Street 

ROBERT LINEMAN, 1927 Germantown Avenue President 

PETER WEBER, 4056 Fairhill Street Vice-President 

HENRY THOMAS, 2628 Wandall Street Secretary 

ANDREW SEIPP, 4120 N. Reese Street Treasurer 



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PENNSYLVANIA 



JUNIOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

JOHN CURTIS, JR., Conductor 

1709 Arch Street 

Lucius COLE, Conductor 

1709 Arch Street 

MRS. JOHN CURTIS, 1709 Arch Street Registrar 

SYMPHONY SOCIETY OF FRANKFORD 

HEDDA VAN DEN BEEMT, Musical Director 
10 S. Eighteenth Street 

JULIAN T. HAMMOND, 5005 Penn Street, Frankford President 

RAYMOND T. BAULT, 4712 Leiper Street, Frankford Vice-President 

GEBHARDT BUMCKE, 4749 Penn Street, Frankford Secretary 

HOWARD C. ENGLE, Asylum Road, Frankford Treasurer 

T. WORCESTER WORRELL, 4356 Sacony Street, Frankford. . . .Conductor Emeritus 

C. RAYMOND CORNELL, Frankford Trust Company Librarian 

WILLIAM R. WICK, Frankford Trust Company Librarian 

WILLIAM JEFFERSON GUERNSEY, 4340 Frankford Avenue Business Manager 

JENKINTOWN CHORAL SOCIETY 

MRS. BESSIE KILLE SLAUGH, Musical Director 
615 W. Olney Avenue 

MRS. WILLIAM H. HOLMES, Oak Lane, Pa President 

MRS. HORACE WUNDERLE, Glenside, Pa Vice-President 

MRS. CHARLES HARVEY, Jenkintown, Pa Secretary 

MRS. THOMAS K. OBER, Noble, Pa Treasurer 



PENNSYLVANIA 387 

ABBOTT, CLARA BARNES* (Mrs. Frederick W. Abbott), amateur 
pianist and accompanist; president Matinee Musical Glub (one of the leading 
musical clubs in Pennsylvania, club and concert rooms), Bellevue-Stratford ; 
prominent in the affairs of musical Philadelphia; Res. 6718 Quincy Street, 
Germantown. 

ABBOTT, HELEN WELLS* (Mrs. Samuel I. Wells), teacher of singing; 
studio, 20 S. Eighteenth Street; Res. 12 N. Adams Avenue, Margate City, 
N. J. 

ACKROYD, MISS HELEN HAMILTON,* concert contralto ; soloist Church 
of the Holy Trinity; pupil of W. Warren Shaw; teacher of singing; studio, 
Estey Hall; Res. 3519 N. Twenty-fourth Street. 

ADDISON, MISS MABELLE, concert and opera contralto ; oratorio ; recital ; 
member Philadelphia Operatic Society; soloist Calvary Presbyterian Church; 
Res. 1228 S. Fifty-second Street. 

AIKEN, CHARLES,* concert tenor; soloist St. Mark's Church; musical 
director Glee Clubs De Lancey School and Episcopal Academy, Apollo Glee 
Club and Trovato Quartet ; Res. Berwyn, Pa. 

ALDRICH, PERLEY DUNN,* baritone and teacher of singing; composer 
"La Belle Dame" (male voices), "Sleeping Wood Nymph" (mixed voices), 
20 songs, anthems and piano pieces ; Mrs. Perley Dunn Aldrich (Jennie 
Lamson) ; Res. 1720 Chestnut Street; summer home, Hague-on-Lake-George, 
N. Y. 

ANTHONY, DR. GEORGE CONQUEST, bass soloist St. Stephen's P. E. 
Church ; Res. 4920 Hazel Avenue. 

ARMBRUSTER, ROBERT, concert pianist, management Philadelphia Musi- 
cal Bureau ; Res. 5229 Catharine Street. 

ATKINSON, MISS ANNA WINNIFRED,* pianist ; accompanist ; teacher of 
piano; specialist in child training; member of faculty Philadelphia Conserva- 
tory of Music ; studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street ; summer address, Winnipeg, 
Canada. 

BARRETT, MISS MARY,* concert and operatic soprano ; appearances with 
Hammerstein Opera Company, Philadelphia Orchestra and many clubs ; soloist 
Park Avenue M. E. Church ; Res. 630 Wynnewood Road, West Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

BARRIE, MISS BETTY,* coloratura soprano ; concert appearances in Phila- 
delphia and surrounding cities and towns; star pupil of Mabel M. Parker, 
under whose management Miss Barrie sings ; Res. 333 Garfield Avenue, Pal- 
myra, New Jersey. 



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BASELER, DOROTHY JOHNSTONE* (Mrs. Benjamin B. Baseler), con- 
cert harpiste; formerly with the Philadelphia Orchestra; instruction; director 
Dorothy Johnstone Baseler School for Harp, Estey Hall, 1701 Walnut Street ; 
solo harpiste Church of St. Luke and the Epiphany; Res. Cynwyd, Pa. 

BAUGHER, MISS EDNA HARWOOD,* concert soprano; soloist with 
Philadelphia Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and many clubs ; so- 
prano Orpheus Quartet ; Res. 3805 Chestnut Street. 

BEALE, MRS. RALPH H., contralto soloist St. Stephen's P. E. Church; 
Res. 3341 Smedley Street. 

BECKER, DR. JOHN B., tenor in opera, oratorio and recital ; treasurer Opera 
Club; has sung role of Spalanzani in "Tales of Hoffmann"; Res. 5211 Chester 
Avenue. 

BECKET, THOMAS a,* music critic and reader for Hatch Music Company ; 
organist and instructor Girard College since 1873 ; pianist ; accompanist ; 
ex-president Music Teachers' National Association, Pennsylvania Music 
Teachers' Association and Philadelphia (13 terms) Music Teachers' Associa- 
tion; Mrs. Thomas a Becket (Mary Stansbury Chester) ; Res. 1541 N. Nine- 
teenth Street. 

BENTZ, MISS HELEN MACNAMEE,* dramatic soprano ; concert ; oratorio ; 
opera; recital; soloist Church of St. John, the Evangelist (Lansdowne, Pa.) 
and First Baptist Church (Philadelphia) ; appearances with Philadelphia Or- 
chestra and Philadelphia Operatic Society; teacher of singing; Res. Berwyn, 
Pa. 

BENTZ, WILLIAM P.,* assistant director Philadelphia Operatic Society; 
conductor several male glee clubs ; organist and choirmaster Church of St. 
John, the Evangelist (Lansdowne, Pa.) ; Res. Berwyn, Pa. 

BERRETTA, MISS MAYBELLE ZENOBIA,* concert contralto; soloist 
Memorial P. E. Church of St. Paul (Overbrook, Pa.) ; appearances with 
Junger Maennerchor and Wanamaker Anniversary Concerts ; teacher of sing- 
ing and piano; Res. 2417 N. Eighteenth Street. 

BIERCK, REV. JULIUS G.,* organist and choirmaster (retired) ; filled posi- 
tions at St. George's, New York ; Trinity Church, Columbus, Ohio ; Church of 
the Saviour, Philadelphia ; composer works for piano and church music ; 
organized Pennsylvania Chapter American Guild of Organists; dean for 16 
years; Mrs. Julius G. Bierck (Marie L. Duchard) ; Res. 4614 Larchwood 
Avenue. 

BLAIR, MISS ELLA DAY,* accompanist; teacher of piano and singing; 
studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street ; summer address, Edgewater Park, N. J. 

BLAKE, OSWALD, musical director John Wanamaker Choral Society; 
tenor soloist First Presbyterian Church, Germantown ; Res. Glenside, Pa. 



PENNSYLVANIA 389 

BLANKIN, G. LESTER,* concert tenor; oratorio; soloist Emmanuel Pres- 
byterian Church ; Res. 335 Lyceum Avenue, Roxborough. 

BOHRER, WILLIAM C., concert baritone ; oratorio ; soloist Emmanuel 
Reformed Church ; Res. 4204 Chestnut Street. 

BOOTHROYD, MISS HELEN, pianist ; accompanist ; coach ; Res. 3750 N. 
Carlisle Street. 

BORST, ALFRED W., concert organist ; teacher of piano and harmony ; suc- 
ceeded the late W. T. Best at Holy Trinity Church, Liverpool ; composer "John 
Gilpin" and "Mrs. Speaker" (cantatas); songs, church music; organist and 
choirmaster Upland ( Pa. ) Baptist Church ; Res. 3600 Hamilton Street. 

BORST, MISS LOUISE B., pianist ; teacher of pianoforte ; Res. 3600 Hamil- 
ton Street. 

BRADLEY, MISS FLORA,* concert and opera soprano; oratorio; recital; 
soloist St. Charles Borromeo Church ; teacher of singing ; studio, Estey Hall ; 
Res. 724 N. Forty-third Street. 

BRAUN, JOHN F.,* tenor ; member board of directors Philadelphia Orches- 
tra; liberal patron of musical art; address, 1142 Real Estate Trust Building, 
Broad and Chestnut Streets. 

BROCK, MISS FRANCES I.,* teacher of piano; classes in ensemble play- 
ing; symphony classes; studio, 1710 Chestnut Street. 

BRODBECK, MISS VIOLA,* American coloratura soprano ; successful ap- 
pearances in concert, oratorio, festival and orchestral performances; manage- 
ment Philadelphia Music Bureau. 

BRUGGEMANN, MISS ELSIE E.,* teacher of piano, Philadelphia School 
of Musical Art and Pennsylvania Institution for the Blind ; organist Patterson 
Presbyterian Church; Res. 715 N. Sixty- fourth Street. 

BUCHANAN, MISS HELEN,* concert and operatic soprano; leading roles 
with Savoy Opera Co. and Philadelphia Operatic Society; soloist with Phila- 
delphia Orchestra ; Res. The Avondale, Thirty-ninth and Locust Streets. 

BUNN, MISS EDNA ASHMORE,* concert contralto; recital; soloist 
Lutheran Church of the Apostles ; Res. 2338 Turner Street. 

BUTTERWORTH, MARY L. STUART* (Mrs. Henry W. Butterworth), 
concert soprano ; teacher of singing ; secretary Germantown and Chestnut Hill 
Branch Women's Committee Philadelphia Orchestra; contributor to "The 
Etude" ; composer of songs ; Res. 338 W. Storber Street, Germantown. 

CANNON, MISS FLORA G.,* concert sporano ; oratorio ; recital ; soloist 
Asbury Methodist Church; Res. 518 Woodland Terrace. 

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390 PENNSYLVANIA 



CARRIGAN, FRANKLIN PIERCE,* tenor; pianist; teacher of singing; 
author "Easter Blessings," "Uplift Lines" and "Poems"; contributes fiction 
and verse to magazines of America and Great Britain ; collaborated with com- 
posers in the production of songs; studio, 1716 Chestnut Street; Res. Mt. 
Vernon and Eighteenth Streets; summer address, "Ivy Lodge," "Lititz Ave- 
nue, Lancaster, Pa. 

CHANDLER, MISS KATE H., concert dramatic soprano ; teacher of sing- 
ing ; head vocal department Pennsylvania College of Music ; president Chand- 
ler Music Club; Res. 1511 Girard Avenue. 

CHESNUTT, NELSON A., concert tenor; recital; head of. vocal department 
Combs Conservatory; address, 1331 S. Broad Street. 

CLARKE, HUGH ARCHIBALD, Mus. Doc., professor of music University 
of Pennsylvania and Combs Conservatory of Music ; composer "Jerusalem" 
(oratorio), scores for Greek Plays; author works on Harmony and Counter- 
point; director Presser Home (for retired Musicians) ; Mrs. Hugh Archibald 
Clarke (Edna Stuart Grant); Res. 4618 Chester Avenue; summer home, 
Chelsea, N. J. 

CLARKE, JOSEPH W.,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; director Ger- 
mantown Branch, Philadelphia Musical Academy; address, 6029 Main Street, 
Germantown ; Res. 5410 Walnut Street. 

CLEMENS, CARL,* director Northwestern Conservatory of Music ; orches- 
tral conductor ; teacher of violin and singing ; conductor Franklinville Gesang 
Verein, Philadelphia Sangerkreis, Kensington Sunday School Society; treas- 
urer Philadelphia Branch German- American Choral Directors; Mrs. Carl 
Clemens (Anna Berendts) ; Res. 2027 N. Seventeenth Street. 

COHEN, DAVID, concert violinist; recitals; pupil of Thaddeus Rich; 
address, Temple University. 

COMBS, GILBERT RAYNOLDS, concert pianist and teacher; director 
Combs Broad Street Conservatory of Music ; composer works for orchestra, 
piano, violin and songs; Mrs. Gilbert Raynolds Combs (Rose Wrigley) ; Res. 
1921 S. Broad Street. 

COMERFORD, MISS MARY, concert contralto; oratorio; recital; Res. 
Ridley Park, Pa. 

CONLY, FRANK M.,* concert basso; oratorio; soloist with Philadelphia 
Orchestra, Victor Herbert's Orchestra, and leading oratorio and choral so- 
cieties; address, Estey Hall. 



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CONNELL, HORATIO,* concert bass-baritone ; recital and oratorio ; soloist 
Mendelssohn Choir (Toronto), Worcester, Chicago, North Shore, Ann Arbor, 
Bach (Bethlehem, Pa.), Spartanburg (S. C), Paterson (N. J.) Festivals; 
appearances with leading symphony orchestras and clubs ; management Haensel 
& Jones (Aeolian Hall, 33 West Forty-second Street, New York) ; Mrs. 
Horatio Connell (Blanche R. Dobbins) ; address 906 S. Forty-sixth Street. 

CONRADI, LUTHER,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; Mrs. Luther Con- 
radi (Mary Merritt Hurtt) ; Res. 2032 Chestnut Street; summer address, 
Randolph, N. H. 

CONWAY, MISS REBEKAH VAN BRUNT,* concert contralto ; teacher of 
singing; studio, 1720 Chestnut Street. 

COOK, ELSA LYONS* (Mrs. Frederick W. Cook), concert and operatic 
soprano; soloist St. Paul's Memorial Church (Overbrook, Pa.) ; appearances 
with Philadelphia Orchestra, Rich Quartet, Fortnightly and Treble Clef Clubs ; 
four consecutive seasons Camden Choral Society; leading soprano Bostonian 
Opera; management Philadelphia Musical Bureau, 1524 Chestnut Street. 

COOK, FREDERICK W.,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; ten seasons 
first violin Philadelphia Orchestra ; Res. 6013 Osage Avenue. 

COOKE, JAMES FRANCIS,* editor The Etude; author Standard History of 
Music; "Mastering Scales and Arpeggios," Great Pianists on Piano Playing; 
four plays; poems, stories and sketches to literary and musical magazines: 
composer piano pieces and songs ; American critic Musikalisches Woche.n- 
Blatt; Neue Zeitschrift fur Musik; formerly teacher piano, singing and organ, 
president Philadelphia Music Teachers' Association (1912, 1913, 1914) ; mem- 
ber Board Directors Philadelphia Ho;ne for Retired Music Teachers; Mrs. 
James Francis Cooke (Betsy Eleanor Beck with), formerly concert soprano; 
Res. Bala, Pa. 

COOKE, PHILIP WARREN,* concert tenor; oratorio; soloist Tenth 
Presbyterian Church; teacher of singing; musical director Pennington (N. J.) 
Glee Club; studio, Estey Hall; Mrs. Philip Warren Cooke (Halchen Mohr) ; 
Res. 6893 Lawton Avenue ; summer address, Eagles Mere, Pa. 

COOPER, MRS. N. HACKETT,* contralto; teacher of singing; studio, 10 
S. Eighteenth Street ; Res. 3600 Chestnut Street. 

CORNMAN, F. WILLARD,* concert and opera baritone; recital; appear- 
ances with Philadelphia Operatic Society ; soloist Northminster Presbyterian 
Church ; address, Roxborough, Philadelphia, Pa. 

COSGROVE, FRANCIS J.,* teacher of piano and singing; studio, Estey 
Hall ; Res. 3601 Unruh Street, Tacony, Penn. 

CREASE, ORLANDO, JR., organist; colleague American Guild of Organ- 
ists; manager Germantown Conservatory of Music; Res. 6129 Wayne Ave- 
nue, Germantown. 



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CROZIER, DAVID EDGAR, organist and choirmaster Calvary Presby- 
terian Church; pianist; teacher of piano and organ; composer "Love's Re- 
turn," "Primrose Time," "Minuet in E (for organ), 7 hymn tunes; director 
Germantown Choral Society; Mrs. David Edgar Crozier (Margaret H. Gar- 
rett) ; Res. 7010 Germantown Avenue; summer address, Seal Harbor, Maine. 

CURTIS, JOHN, JR.,* conductor Junior Symphony Orchestra ; associate 
conductor Behrens Opera Club ; accompanist and coach ; teacher of piano ; 
Residence-studio, 1709 Arch Street. 

DAVIS, FREDERICK R.,* organist and choirmaster St. John the Baptist 
Church (Germantown); bass soloist; teacher of singing; manager Organist 
and Choir Bureau; treasurer Organist and Choirmasters' Club; studio, 1714 
Chestnut Street. 

DERCUM, MISS SUSANNA,* concert contralto; oratorio; recital; sang 
the part of Maria Aegyptiaca in the first production in America of Mahler's 
Eighth Symphony, under direction of Leopold Stokowski; has appeared in 
joint recital with John McCormack, the renowned tenor; studio, 1723 Chest- 
nut Street; Res. 1831 N. Thirteenth Street. 

DESLYS, M. LEONARD A.,* pianist; accompanist; organist; Res. 534 
Swede Street, Norristown, Penn. 

DESSAUER, WALTER, conductor; 'cellist; teacher of 'cello; Res. 2148 
N. Twelfth Street. 

DICKSON, MISS ELIZABETH,* mezzo-soprano ; lieder singer ; teacher of 
singing; address, 114 S. Twenty-second Street. 

DOHMEN, MISS GERTRUDE A.,* concert soprano; recitals; church choir 
soloist; engagement with Philadelphia Choral Society; teacher of singing; 
Residence-studio, 2410 W. Norris Street. 

DOONER, ALBERT J.,* Mus. Bac. (Graduate University of Pennsylvania) ; 
organist Church of the Holy Angels, Oak Lane; composer symphony poem 
"Morning," mottetes, songs and orchestral works performed at Willow Grove 
Park four successive seasons; address, 1734 Master Street. 

DOUGHERTY, ALTON K.,* accompanist; coach; organist Arch Street 
Presbyterian Church ; studio, Estey Hall ; Res. 1010 Clinton Street ; summer 
address, Ocean City, N. J. 

DOUTY, NICHOLAS,* concert tenor, recital, oratorio; celebrated as singer 
of Bach's works; composer, songs and part-songs; librarian Manuscript So- 
ciety of Philadelphia, vice-president Musical Art Club of Philadelphia; Mrs. 
Nicholas Douty (Frieda Shloss) ; studio, 1710 Chestnut Street, Res. 410 
Harrison Avenue, Elkins Park, Pa. 

DUBINSKY, DAVID, MUSIC BUREAU,* manager distinguished artists 
in concert, oratorio and recital ; address, 1925 Chestnut Street. 



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DUNK, SAMUEL S.,* teacher piano, theory and public school music ; 
studio, Dwight Building, 20 S. Eighteenth Street. 

DUNLOP, MISS FLORENCE,* concert pianist; accompanist; studio, 10 S. 
Eighteenth Street ; Res. 2220 Venango Street. 

DUNN, MISS CLARA,* pianist; teacher of piano; studio, 1719 Chestnut 
Street. 

DUNN, MRS. JOHN, JR.,* concert contralto; soloist and musical director 
New Thought Chapel; musical director Y. ( W. C. A. Chorus; teacher of 
singing; studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street; Res. Pelham Court, Germantown. 

EAVER, MISS MYRTLE C.,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 432 
Haddon Avenue. 

EDEL, MISS JANE C.,* concert dramatic soprano; recitals; appearances 
with clubs in New York, Philadelphia and surrounding cities and towns; 
address, 916 S. St. Bernard Street. 

EDMUNDS, F. EDMUND,* tenor soloist; teacher of singing; choirmaster 
P. E. Church of the Covenant; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street; Res. 129 Mont- 
gomery Avenue, Cynwyd, Pa. 

EMERY, MORITZ HAUPTMANN,* concert pianist; lecture recitals; 
teacher of piano and harmony; Res. 1330 Spruce Street. 

EMES, GEORGE E.,* concert baritone ; recitals ; appearances with Leps 
Symphony Orchestra, Burlington Musical Festival, etc.; soloist Messiah 
Lutheran Church ; Res. 308 N. Fortieth Street. 

ETNIER, MISS KATHERINE,* teacher of piano; studio, 1714 Chestnut 
Street. 

EVANS, EDWIN,* concert baritone; oratorio; recital; many successful 
appearances with prominent musical societies ; address, 10 S. Eighteenth Street. 

EZERMAN D. HENDRIK,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; director 
Philadelphia Conservatory of Music ; studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street ; Mrs. D. 
Hendrik Ezerman (Margarieta Sofia Stolp) ; summer address, Stone Harbor, 
N.J. 

FAAS, MILDRED* (Mrs. Augustus Korndoerfer, Jr.), concert soprano; 
oratorio; recital; soloist Second Presbyterian Church; soloist Maine Music 
Festivals (1913) and Philadelphia Orchestra; teacher of singing; studio, 
1833 Spruce Street. 

FABRI, LUDWIG SCHMITT,* concert and opera tenor; pupil of Gunz, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, and Lamperti, Milan; created role of Siegfried at 
opera in Freiburg, where he became first dramatic tenor ; brilliant appearances 
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and Teatro Malibran in Venice; conductor (present time) Behrens Opera 
Club (Philadelphia), and the Fabri Opera Company; director Fabri Opera 
School, 1626 Arch Street, Philadelphia, and 1 W. Sixty-fourth Street, New 
York. 

FARLEY, MISS MAY,* concert soprano; oratorio; recital; appearances 
with Philadelphia Choral Society, Behrens Opera Club, Frankford Choral 
Society and other musical organizations in the middle states ; Res. 556 E. 
Leverington Avenue, Roxboro, Philadelphia. 

FEGELEY, NELLIE B. HART* (Mrs. Horatio R. Fegeley), concert 
soprano; oratorio; soloist Trinity Presbyterian Church (Chestnut Hill) ; mem- 
ber Schubert Quartet ; teacher of singing ; member faculty Peall Conserva- 
tory ; Res. 4052 N. Twelfth Street. 

FERRARI, GUIDO,* concert basso; teacher of singing; pianist; conductor 
Frankford Choral Society, and Association Glee Club (Camden, N. J.) ; studio, 
1714 Chestnut Street; Res. 1316 Wagner Avenue. 

FERRIS, MISS ISABEL DUNCAN,* concert pianist; accompanist; organ- 
ist Seventh Street M. E. Church; Residence-studio, 1913 Arch Street. 

FITZGERALD, OWEN S.,* concert tenor; teacher of singing; studio, 
1714 Chestnut Street. 

FLETCHER, JUSTINE ARNOLD, concert soprano; operetta; appearances 
with Leps Orchestra and Beethoven Symphony Orchestra; understudy for 
Fritzi Scheff; teacher of singing; studio, Estey Hall; Res. 3018 Diamond 
Street. 

FOX, MISS MARY WOODFIELD,* concert pianist; soloist with Phila- 
delphia Orchestra; teacher of piano; studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street; Res. 
8048 Frankford Avenue, Holmesburg. 

FRAIM, W. LE ROY,* director Philadelphia Conservatory of Music; con- 
cert pianist; teacher of piano; Mrs. W. Le Roy Fraim (Madeleine Rowland) ; 
Res. Noble, Pa. 

FRENCH, MISS ANGELINA,* teacher of piano and singing; studio, Estey 
Hall; Res. 1817 N. Eighteenth Street. 

FRY, HENRY S.,* concert organist; teacher of organ; organist and choir- 
master St. Clement's Church; state president (for Pennsylvania) National 
Association of Organists; vice-president American Organ Players' Club; 
treasurer Philadelphia Music Teachers' Association; treasurer Pennsylvania 
Chapter of the American Guild of Organists ; composer "Magnificat" and 
"Nuiic Dimittis" in D, "Siciliano" (for organ), "Farewell" (song), organ 
and piano accompaniments; Mrs. Henry S. Fry (Margaret Elizabeth Brackin) ; 
Res. Cynwyd, Pa. ; Philadelphia address, 1701 Walnut Street. 



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FULLER BUILDING STUDIOS,* especially adapted to the requirements 
of teachers of music, elocution, languages ; also artists, photographers, etc. ; 
address, 10 S. Eighteenth Street. 

CAREER, JACOB,* concert violinist ; one of the younger artists of America 
predicted by Kindler to have a wonderful career; brilliantly successful re- 
citals; address, Norristown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

GARRETT, EDWARD,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; member faculty 
Philadelphia School of Musical Art ; Res. 1824 Chestnut Street ; summer ad- 
dress, Equinox Hotel, Manchester, Vermont. 

GELDER, MARTINUS VAN,* violinist; pianist; teacher of violin and 
piano ; composer works for piano, violin, etc. ; studio, 1626 Chestnut Street. 

GERMANTOWN BRANCH PHILADELPHIA MUSICAL ACADEMY,* 

Joseph W. Clarke, director, 6029 Main Street, Germantown. 

GILCHRIST, WILLIAM WALLACE, singer; teacher of singing; com- 
poser Symphony in C; Nonet; Quintet; Trio; Church music; choirmaster 
Church of New Jerusalem; president Manuscript Society of Philadelphia; 
publisher of Sight Singing Books, Children's Songs and other songs; Mrs. 
William Wallace Gilchrist (Susan Beaman) ; Res. Saint Martins. 

' GIORNI, AURELIO,* concert pianist, teacher of advanced technic and 
interpretation; graduate and professor St. Cecilia Academy, Rome, Italy; 
pupil of Hamperdinck (composition), Busoni and Sgambati (piano) ; com- 
poser, 1 symphony, 1 trio for piano, violin and 'cello, 1 sonata for piano and 
violin; Res. The Sherwood, Thirty-eighth and Chestnut Streets; summer 
address, Seal Harbor, Maine. 

GITTELSON, FRANK, concert violinist; recitals; tours in Germany, Hol- 
land and England ; appeared at Albert Hall, London, and in the United States, 
with New York Symphony Society, Metropolitan Opera House (Sunday 
Night Concerts), Philadelphia and Chicago Symphony Orchestras, Peabody 
Institute, Baltimore, Md. ; Res. 1017 Spruce Street. 

GOEPP, PHILIP H., organist, pianist ; teacher of organ, piano and theory ; 
author "Symphonies and Their Meanings" (3 vols.) ; program notes Phila- 
delphia Orchestra; composer a fairy opera, "A Lost Prince"; "March for 
Orchestra"; two madrigals; songs, part-songs; anthems, hymns; pieces for 
organ, piano and violin ; Res. 2121 Sansom Street. 

GOLDSMITH, MISS DOROTHY, concert pianist; recitals; appearances 
with Philadelphia Orchestra at Academy of Music (Philadelphia), Barnard 
and Cosmopolitan Clubs (New York) ; address, Philadelphia Musical Bureau, 
Weightman Building; Res. 1710 N. Thirteenth Street. 



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GOLDSMITH, WILLARD H.,* concert baritone and coach for musical 
comedies ; composer "Princess Ping-Pong," "Up in the Air," and other 
musical productions; associate manager Philadelphia Musical Bureau, 
Weightman Building, 1520 Chestnut Street; Res. Manufacturers' Club. 

GOLZ, WALTER,* pianist; teacher of piano; Mrs. Walter Golz (Effie 
Leland) ; Res. 4321 Osage Avenue. 

GORODETZER, MEYER,* Russian violinist and conductor; teacher of 
violin and theory; Res. 1949 E. Moyamensing Avenue. 

GREEN, WILLIAM H ATTON,* pianist ; teacher of pianoforte and theory ; 
director William Hatton Green School of Pianoforte, 1714 Chestnut Street; 
Res. 109 W. Gay Street, West Chester, Pa. 

GRIFFIN, DAVID,* baritone; oratorio; concert; recital; soloist Cathedral 
Sts. Peter and Paul, Logan Square; 1915-16 three appearances with the Phil- 
adelphia Orchestra; lecture recitals at Columbia University, University of 
Pennsylvania, Acorn Club, Phila. ; soloist in the Verdi Requiem, Trenton, 
N. J. ; soloist with Junger Maennerchor, Kaiserprize winners (Phila.), etc.; 
studios in Philadelphia (Pa.) and Trenton (N. J.) Res. 3616 Spring Garden 
Street, Phila. 

GURNEY, HENRY,* concert tenor; oratorio; recitals; appearances with 
Philadelphia Orchestra, Philadelphia Operatic Society; extended tours; con- 
ductor Ocean City (N. J.) Choral Society; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street; sum- 
mer address, Ocean City, N. J. 

HAENLE, MISS FLORENCE,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin ; appear- 
pearances with Leps Symphony Orchestra and Willow Grove Concerts ; Res. 
327 N. Lawrence Street. 

HAGAR, MISS EMILY STOKES, concert soprano; recital and oratorio 
with leading societies; Res. 5551 Locust Street. 

HAHN, FREDERICK,* concert violinist and teacher of violin; director 
Hahn Conservatory of Music; composer "Mon Desir" (violin and piano); 
two minuets and other pieces for violin; address, 1714 Chestnut Street; Res. 
5408 Walnut Street. 

HALLOCK, MARY (Mrs. Frank Lindsay Greenwalt), concert pianist; ap- 
pearances with Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Orchestras, Kneisel Quartet ; ex- 
tended concert tours ; author "Pulse and Rhythm," "Pulse in Verbal Rhythm," 
"Poet Lore" ; other essays published in literary and musical magazines ; lec- 
turer ; Res. 1424 Master Street ; summer address, "Tout Pres," Crocus Road, 
Park Boulevard, Wildwood Crest, N. J. 

HAMMANN, ELLIS CLARK,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano and theory ; 
organist and choirmaster Calvary M. E. Church; musical director Miss 
Wright's School (Bryn Mawr) ; also Training School for Kindergarten 
Teachers; studio, 1716 Chestnut Street; Res. 823 S. Forty-eighth Street. 



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HAND, MISS ELSIE STEWART,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; solo- 
ist with Philadelphia Orchestra; member of faculty Leefson Hille Conserva- 
tory of Music ; studio, 1716 Chestnut Street. 

HAPPICH, WILLIAM F.,* violinist; theoretician; teacher of violin, har- 
mony, counterpoint and composition; studio, 1530 Walnut Street; Res. 150 
Rochelle Avenue, Wissahickon, Philadelphia. 

HARDY, EDWARD, concert organist; diploma L. R. A. M., A. R. C. M., 
London ; organist Church of Incarnation ; teacher of singing ; composer works 
for organ, anthems, etc. ; address, Estey Hall. 

HAUGHTON, MISS AUGUSTINE,* concert soprano ; lecture recitals chil- 
dren's songs ; teacher of singing ; studio, 1624 Pine Street ; Res. Paoli, Pa. 

HEATON, MISS HELEN FRAME, concert soprano; oratorio; recital; 
soloist with Philadelphia Choral Society; soloist St. Stephen's P. E. Church; 
Res. Media, Pa. 

HECKSCHER, CELESTE D. (Mrs. Austin Heckscher, nee Massey) ; 
pianist; composer "Dance of the Pyrenees" (orchestra), "To the Forest" 
(violin suite), songs; other works for orchestra and piano; president Phil- 
adelphia Operatic Society; vice-president Melody Club and Three Arts Club; 
Res. 2213 Walnut Street. 

HEDGES, MISS ANNE M., concert soprano; oratorio; soloist West Side 
Presbyterian Church ; Res. 5549 Pulaski Avenue, Germantown. 

HEIDER, WILLIAM,* pianist; teacher of piano; member of faculty 
Leschetizky School of Piano Playing and E. K. Peall Conservatory of Music 
and Art; Mrs. William Heider (Jessie Nellie Abrams) ; Res. 4944 N. War- 
nock Street. 

HENDERSON, MISS VIRGINIA,* pianist; organist; teacher of piano, 
organ and sight singing; assistant to musical director of Philadelphia Public 
Schools ; studio, Wesley Building, Seventeenth and Arch Streets. 

HIMMELREICH, FERDINAND, concert pianist; composer "Love's 
Romance," "Perpetual Motion," "Waltz Brilliant" ; other works for piano ; 
transcription work for Victor records and Aeolian Company ; Mrs. Ferdinand 
Himmelreich (Grace De Wolfe) ; Res. 6205 Jefferson Street. 

HIPWELL, JOHN B., JR., concert tenor; oratorio; recital; soloist Church 
of the Holy Apostles; Res. 6041 Chestnut Street. 

HOFFNER, W. LANE, organist Church of the New Jerusalem ; pianist ; ac- 
companist ; teacher of organ and piano ; studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street ; sum- 
mer address, 577 Somerset Street, Gloucester City, N. J. 

HOOD, HORACE R., concert baritone ; recital ; appearances with Philadel- 
phia Operatic Society; soloist Chestnut Street Baptist Church; Res. 4933 
Pulaski Avenue. 






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HOPKINS, MISS FLORENCE, teacher of singing; instructor of guitar, 
mandolin and other small stringed instruments ; address, 4425 Sansom Street. 

HOPKINS, MISS LOUISE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; authorized 
pupil of Breithaupt ; management The Players, 162 Tremont Street, Boston, 
Mass. ; address, 1520 Chestnut Street ; summer home, Fisherman's Cove, 
Ogunquit, Maine. 

HORNER, ANTON,* principal French horn Philadelphia Orchestra; 
graduate Conservatory of Music, Leipzig, Germany ; teacher of French horn ; 
Mrs. Anton Horner (Alice Elizabeth Roeth) ; Residence-studio, 5011 Chest- 
nut Street; summer address, Stone Harbor, N. J. 

HOTZ, HENRY,* concert basso; teacher of singing; director Drexel Insti- 
tute Chorus ; leader Landsdowne Glee Club ; choirmaster St. Andrew's P. E. 
Church ; Mrs. Henry Hotz (May Ebrey), concert soprano ; soloist First Church 
of Christ Scientist; studio, 1710 Chestnut Street; Res. 1130 S. Forty-eighth 
Street. 

HOTZ, MAE* (Mrs. Henry Hotz), concert soprano; recital; oratorio; man- 
agement David Dubinsky, 1925 Chestnut Street. 

HOWELL, HENRY,* concert pianist; pupil of Leschetizky; master of ad- 
vanced piano technic and repertoire; studio, Estey Hall; Res. 165 Harvey 
Street, Germantown. 

HOWELL, LEWIS JAMES,* concert and opera baritone ; leading baritone 
Montreal Grand Opera Company 1910-1911; operatic tours in Italy for two 
years ; soloist with leading oratorio societies and musical clubs ; musical 
director Park Avenue Choral Society; soloist and choirmaster Park Avenue 
M. E. Church; soloist Rodeph Shalom Synagogue; vocal instructor Temple 
University; Mrs. Lewis James Howell (Nina Prettyman) ; Res. 6126 Walton 
Avenue; summer address, Hotel Merion, Atlantic City, N. J. 

HOXIE, W. PALMER,* singer; teacher of singing; writer on music and 
other subjects; address, Fuller Building, 10 S. Eighteenth Street; summer 
address, Arlington Heights, Mass. 

HOYT, ALBERT MAURICE, vice-president Germantown Choral Society; 
pianist; tenor soloist choir St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Chestnut Hill; Mrs. 
Albert Maurice Hoyt (Florence A. Caveny), pianist; teacher of piano, ac- 
companist Germantown Choral Society ; Res. 448 Church Lane, Germantown. 

HUBBARD, MISS BLANCHE V.,* concert harpist; recital; Res. 28 E. Mt. 
Pleasant Avenue; summer address, 30 S. Rhode Island Avenue, Atlantic 
City, N. J. 



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HUNSBERGER, CHARLES, concert tenor; church soloist; Res. 220 N. 
Fifty-third Street. 

INNES, HELEN PULASKI (Mrs. Edward K. Innes), musical director 
Matinee Musical Club Choral, Alumnae Choral and Proscenium Club; local 
manager for prominent artists and organizations; Res. "The Beeches," Pri- 
mos, Pa. 

IRWIN, MISS LILIAN B. ( * concert pianist; teacher of piano; member 
faculty Philadelphia School of Musical Art; Res. 1703 N. Fifty-fifth Street. 

^JENKINS, MARY PHILLIPS* (Mrs. Owen B. Jenkins), contralto soloist; 
teacher of singing, specialist for female voice; former pupil of Ciampi, La 
Grange, Marchesi and Shakespeare; author "Women Composers of Five 
Nations and Their Songs"; actively identified with Philadelphia Operatic 
Society ; her pupils have appeared in many roles ; studio, 1520 Chestnut Street ; 
Res. 6618 Greene Street, Germantown. 

JENSEN, MADAME BOYE,* Danish concert contralto; appearances with 
Boston Symphony Orchestra and leading orchestras in London, Paris, Berlin, 
Leipzig and principal cities in Scandinavia ; present head vocal department 
Beechwood Conservatory of Music; teacher of singing; studio, 10 S. 
Eighteenth Street; Res. 313 West Avenue, Jenkintown, Penna. 

JENSEN, OLAF,* concert pianist; tours in Germany, France and Scandi- 
navia ; teacher of piano ; successor to Busoni as first piano instructor at Con- 
servatory in Helsingfors; present director of Beechwood (Pa.) Conserva- 
tory of Music ; choirmaster ; composer many songs and works for piano ; Mrs. 
Olaf Jensen (Margarethe Boye) ; studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street; Res. 313 
West Avenue, Jenkintown, Penna. 

JOHNSON, MRS. ELMA CAREY,* concert soprano; soloist Chestnut 
Street Baptist Church ; appearances with Philadelphia Operatic Society, Beth- 
lehem Choral Society ; concert tours in New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania 
and New Jersey; Residence-studio, 101 E. Durham Street. 

JOLLS, JOHN MYRON,* tenor; teacher of voice and choral training: 
directed vocal department Ursinus College (Collegeville, Pa.) ; director Glee 
Club, Gordon School for Girls (Philadelphia) ; choirmaster Bethany Temple; 
Mrs. John Myron Jolls (Adelaide Phelps Yard) ; Res. 5036 Spruce Street; 
summer address, "Cliff Crest," Valois, Seneca Lake, New York. 

JONES, MRS. SARA RICHARDS,* concert soprano; oratorio; recital; 
soloist Temple Keneseth Israel ; Res. 2220 W. Venango Street. 

JOYCE, CLARA YOCUM* (Mrs. John J. Joyce, Jr.), concert contralto; 
oratorio; recital; appearances with Philadelphia Orchestra, Victor Herbert 
Orchestra, Philadelphia Choral Society, Strawbridge and Clothier Chorus, 
etc. ; soloist Second Presbyterian Church ; Res. Cynwyd, Pa. 



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JOYCE, JOHN J., JR.,* concert basso-cantante ; oratorio ; recital ; soloist 
Second Presbyterian Church, Germantown; Res. Cynwyd, Pa. 

JUDSON, ARTHUR L.,* manager Philadelphia Orchestra; address, 1314 
Pennsylvania Building. 

KANE, MISS HELEN W.,* accompanist ; teacher of piano ; member of 
faculty Columbia College of Music; studio, Estey Hall; Res. 1541 N. Bonvier 
Street. 

KANNERSTEIN, GREGORY,* concert pianist; teacher of piano Hahn 
Conservatory of Music; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street; Res. 3116 Montgomery 
Place. 

KEAN, MRS. MARGARET,* concert soprano; oratorio; teacher of sing- 
ing and sight reading; Res. 6124 Chestnut Street; summer address, South 
Cape May, New Jersey. 

KEELY, MISS ABBIE R.,* soprano soloist Calvary Methodist Church; 
teacher of singing Miss Wright's School (Bryn Mawr) ; Swarthmore School 
of Music and Mozart Conservatory of Music ; Res. 1914 Diamond Street. 

KENNEDY, C. ARTHUR,* organist; pianist; teacher of organ, piano and 
singing ; organist Wharton Memorial Church ; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street ; 
Res. 5121 Catharine Street. 

KINDLER, HANS,* concert 'cellist ; has appeared with leading orchestras in 
Europe ; soloist Philadelphia Orchestra ; member of faculty Leefson-Hille Con- 
servatory of Music; formerly professor of 'cello Scharwenka Conservatory 
in Berlin ; Res. 1912 Arch Street. 

KINDER, RALPH, organist; composer; organist Holy Trinity Church; 
Res. Bala, Pa. 

KIRKLAND, H. S.,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; author "Ex- 
pression in Singing"; Mrs. H. S. Kirkland (Josie B. Platt) ; studio, 1617 
Spruce Street ; summer address, Lancaster, Pa. 

KNODLE, WALTER ST. CLARE,* concert organist; teacher of organ, 
piano, theory and singing ; composer church music ; organist and choirmaster 
St. Paul's Church (Chestnut Hill) and Synagogue Rodelph Sholom; Phil- 
adelphia correspondent of Music News (Chicago) ; Mrs. Walter St. Clare 
Knodle (Florence Elizabeth Caldwell) ; studio, 1716 Chestnut Street; Res. 
122 S. Forty-sixth Street ; summer address, Ocean City, N. J. 

KOHNLE, MISS AUGUSTA,* concert contralto ; soloist St. Stephen's R. C. 
Church ; Res. 2207 N. Fifteenth Street. 

KRICK, GEORGE C.,* director Germantown Conservatory of Music ; teacher 
of violin and other string instruments ; Res. 109 W. Chelten Avenue, German- 
town. 



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KUMME, HERRMANN G.,* musical director Twenty-third National Saenger- 
fest (Philadelphia, 1912) ; teacher of organ, piano and singing; conductor; 
Res. 333 W. Logan Street, Germantown. 

KURTZ, MADAME ADA TURNER,* soprano; teacher of singing; head 
vocal department Philadelphia Conservatory of Music ; studio, Fuller Build- 
ing, 10 S. Eighteenth Street. 

LA MONACA, JOSEPH, flutist Philadelphia Orchestra ; winner gold medal 
for symphonic poem for grand orchestra ; teacher of flute Temple University ; 
arranger for Victor Talking Machine Co. and Rex Talking Machine Corpora- 
tion; Res. 1415 Morris Street. 

LANE, MISS ADELAIDE RUSSELL,* concert soprano ; oratorio ; recitals ; 
opera; teacher of singing; Philadelphia representative of Madame Frida Ash- 
fort (New York) ; Residence-studio, 127 S. Forty-sixth Street. 

LANG, DR. HENRY ALBERT, teacher of piano, theory and composition ; 
member of faculty Philadelphia Conservatory of Music; composer sym- 
phonies, symphonic poems, suits for orchestra; concertos for piano, violin 
and 'cello ; trios, quartets, numerous works for piano ; songs, winner of prizes 
National Federation of Musical Clubs (1912), Sinfonia Society (1914), 
Illinois Music Teachers' Association (1915, fourth symphony); works have 
been performed by Philadelphia, Chicago and Minneapolis Symphony Orches- 
tra; Res. 1512 S. Fifty-fourth Street. 

LANGSTON, MARIE STONE* (Mrs. Leonardo Judd List), concert con- 
tralto ; soloist Tenth Presbyterian Church ; appearances with Philadelphia Sym- 
phony Orchestra, New York Oratorio Society, Chicago Apollo Club, etc., man- 
agement Philadelphia Music Bureau ; Res. 3301 Hamilton Street. 

LASSON, LOUIS,* pianist; teacher of piano; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street; 
Res. 5809 Chestnut Street. 

LEEFSON, MAURITS,* director Leefson-Hille Conservatory of Music, 
1524 Chestnut Street; concert pianist; conductor; teacher of piano; author 
"Piano Method" ; composer piano works ; songs ; male choruses ; Res. "The 
Stonehurst" ; summer home, "Villa Helena," Zandvoort, Netherlands. 

LEMAN, J. W. F.,* concert violinist (member Philadelphia Orchestra; 
teacher of violin, theory, history of music, orchestra training and conducting; 
musical director Apollo Symphony Orchestra ; Y. M. C. A. ; Bethany Orches- 
tral Society, under auspices of Bethany Presbyterian Church; West Phil- 
adelphia Society, under auspices of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church; Leman 
Music Studios, 10 S. Eighteenth and 1704 Diamond Streets; and 110 N. 
Broome Street, Wilmington, Del.; Mrs. J. W. F. Leman (Faye M. Weber; 
Res. 4915 Cedar Avenue. 



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LEONARD, MISS FLORENCE,* assistant to R. M. Breithaupt as teacher 
of piano ; author of articles on "Modern Piano Technic" ; translator for R. M. 
Breithaupt lectures on "Modern Piano Teaching," "Orchestral Music" and 
other musical subjects; address, 1520 Chestnut Street; summer home, Fisher- 
man's Cove, Ogunquit, Maine. 

LEONARD, FREDERIC F.,* voice specialist; teacher of singing; studio, 
1619 Chestnut Street; Res. 7122 Cresheim Road, Mt. Airy. 

LEPS, WASSILY,* conductor symphony, oratorio, opera; teacher of piano, 
theory, composition, orchestration ; also opera coach ; musical director Phil- 
adelphia Operatic Society and Leps Orchestra ; organist and musical director 
Episcopal Church of the Saviour; composer operas: "Hoshi San" (libretto 
by John Luther Long), "Andon" ; orchestral works, chamber music and songs ; 
studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street ; Res. "The Powelton." 

LEWARS, RALPH P., A.M.,* concert pianist; teacher of piano; director 
Philadelphia School of Musical Art, 1824 Chestnut Street ; choirmaster Luth- 
eran Memorial Church ; organist First Presbyterian Church ; musical director 
People's Choral Society of West Philadelphia; Res. 1118 Divinity Place; 
summer address, Mt. Gretna, Pa. 

LEWIS, EDNYFED,* Welsh concert tenor; soloist Second Presbyterian 
Church ; Res. 1616 N. Edgewood Street. 

LINCH, MRS. EDWARD PHILIP,* organist to Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. 
Stotesbury; chairman of music Matinee Musical Club; Res. 4000 Baltimore 
Avenue. 

LIPSCHUTZ, DR. S. H., concert baritone ; soloist First Unitarian Church ; 
appearances with Philadelphia Orchestra, Philadelphia Operatic Society, 
Prior's Band, and many clubs; composer "Dream Car," "Sunlight and 
Shadow," etc.; studio, 701 Weightman Building; summer address, Ocean 
City, N. J. 

LOEBEN, MISS LOTTIE, concert and opera lyric soprano; featured with 
the Philadelphia Operatic Society ; accepts oratorio engagements ; soloist First 
Baptist Church, Germantown ; Res. 2342 Arlington Street. 

LOUGHNEY, MISS MARIE,* concert contralto; soloist St. Charles Bar- 
romeo Church; teacher of singing; studio, 1824 Chestnut Street; Res. 50 W. 
La Crosse Avenue, Lansdowne, Penna. 

LUCK, ARTHUR, conductor Philadelphia Philharmonic Orchestra ; arranges 
scores for Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, orchestra libraries, etc.; Res. 
2153 N. Thirteenth Street. 

LUKENS, HENRY,* teacher of piano and organ; vocal coach; accom- 
panist; organist and musical director Walnut Street Presbyterian Church; 
studio, 1520 Chestnut Street; summer address, Ambler, Pa. 



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LUTZ, FLAVIUS J.,* pianist; teacher of piano; organist and choirmaster 
First Baptist Church ( Phoenixville, Pa.) ; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street; sum- 
mer address, Cape May, New Jersey. 

MACAULEY, D. B. H.,* concert tenor; teacher of singing; studio, 1714 
Chestnut Street. 

MAHON, MISS EDITH,* accompanist; coach; teacher of piano; studio, 
1806 Chestnut Street. 

MAITLAND, ROLLO,* concert organist ; teacher of organ, piano and 
theory ; member faculty Philadelphia Conservatory of Music ; composer sonata 
for piano and organ, festival overture for string orchestra, concert overture, 
organ pieces, works for piano, anthems, songs; organist and choirmaster 
Memorial Church of St. Paul (Overbrook, Pa.) ; organist Stanley Theatre; 
Mrs. Rollo Maitland (Mary A. Smith) ; Res. 1632 N. Redfield Street. 

MANYPENNY, CHARLES, tenor soloist St. Stephen's Church; Res. Mer- 
chantville, N. J. 

MARCH, JERRY,* teacher of singing; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street; Res. 
Hotel Rodman. 

MARSHALL, EARLE W.,* concert and opera tenor; appearances with La 
Scala Opera Company European tours ; soloist with Leps Orchestra at Willow 
Grove and Harrisburg; Res. 5721 Addison Street. 

MARSHALL, MISS MARGARET MARIE,* concert soprano; appearances 
with Philadelphia Orchestra and Club; soloist and director Haydn Quartet; 
organist and choir director St. Frances de Sales R. C. Church, W. Philadel- 
phia ; Res. 2126 Vine Street. 

MARSHALL, MISS MARY, organist St. Anthony's R. C. Church; Res. 2126 

Vine Street. 

MATCHIN, MISS CARRIE HEPBURN,* teacher of piano ; first assistant 
in the William Hatton Green School of Pianoforte Playing; teacher of the 
Dunning System of Improved Music Study; also teaching the Progressive 
Series of which Leopold Godowsky is editor-in-chief; studio, 1714 Chestnut 
Street ; Res. 2100 Chestnut Street. 

MATTHEWS, H. ALEXANDER, teacher of piano, organ and composition ; 
organist and choirmaster Second Presbyterian Church; composer over 100 
published compositions, including part-songs, anthems, organ pieces, works 
for piano, songs : "The Story of Christmas," "The Life Everlasting," "The 
Conversation," "The Triumph of the Cross" (cantatas) ; accompanist for 
Treble Clef Club; Mrs. H. Alexander Matthews (May Gwendolyn Davis); 
Res. 6366 Sherman Street, Germantown. 

MATTOX, GURNEY,* concert violinist; recital; Res. 2017 Wallace Street. 



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MAXSON, FREDERICK,* concert organist; teacher of organ, piano and 
theory; composer (for organ) Grand Chorus in D, Romance in C, Finale in 
B flat, "Springtime Fantasie," Madrigal in G, Festival March; other works 
include anthems, songs, piano pieces and vocal duets ; organist and choir- 
master First Baptist Church ; over 100 Maxson pupils filling church positions ; 
Mrs. Frederick Maxson (Clara T. Crawford) ; Res. 1003 S. Forty-seventh 
Street. 

MAY, HOWARD I., concert tenor ; recitals ; soloist First Unitarian Church, 
Germantown ; Res. 2135 Estaugh Street, Tioga, Phila. 

MCCOY C., concert violinist; teacher of violin; coyping and transposing; 
Res. 6220 Morton Street, Germantown. 

MCCULLOH, MISS JOSEPHINE, dramatic concert soprano; recitals; 
brilliant successes in musicales at private homes; pupil of Mrs. C. Howard 
Royall of New York; Res. 2215 Locust Street. 

MC DONOUGH, MISS ANNE,* pianist; teacher of sight singing; conductor 
Choral Union ; director sight singing classes ; author and publisher "Sight 
Singing Method for Adults" ; studio, 1723 Chestnut Street. 

MC NICHOL, ANTHONY D., concert tenor ; recital ; soloist Church of Our 
Lady of Mercy; Res. 2115 N. Fifteenth Street. 

MERRELL, ASA SUYDAM,* pianist ; graduate Sheffield Scientific School, 
Yale, 1910; organist Christ Church (Woodbury, N. J.) ; teacher of organ 
and piano ; studio, Estey Hall ; Res. Flemington, New Jersey. 

MEYER, HARRY W., violinist; conductor Stanley Symphony Orchestra, 
associated formerly with New York Symphony, Victor Herbert and Phil- 
adelphia Orchestras; Res. 715 Kenilworth Avenue, Oak Lane. 

MEYER, OSCAR ROWER, pianist ; teacher of piano ; leader of orchestra ; 
Res. 4907 N. Twelfth Street. 

MILLER, PERCY CHASE, A.B., A.M.* (Harvard) ; associate American 
Guild of Organists; concert organist; organist and choirmaster Grace P. E. 
Church, Mount Airy, Phila. ; Res. 320 S. Broad Street. 

MILLER, RUSSELL KING,* organist Temple Keneseth Israel ; teacher of 
Composition ; director of music Pennsylvania School for the Blind ; composer 
church music, songs, works for organ and piano; Mrs. Russell King Miller 
(Emily Meyer) ; Res. 3915 Spruce Street. 

MORGAN, MISS GWENDOLYN E.,* concert soprano; appearances with 
Sousa's Band (Ocean Grove, N. J.), Patrick Conway's Band (Welsh Day, 
Willow Grove Park, Phila.), clubs and musical societies; soloist Lansdowne 
Methodist Church ; address, 4922 Locust Street. 



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MORLEY, FRANCKE CULLIS,* organist; teacher of singing; choirmaster 
St. Martin's Church, Oak Lane; studio, 1520 Chestnut Street. 

MORRIS, EDMON,* teacher of singing; pianist; dean school of music Con- 
verse College, Spartanburg, S. C. ; conductor Converse College Choral Society 
(200 voices); musical director Spartanburg Music Festival; Mrs. Edmon 
Morris (Mary Harkness), soprano; Res. 1535 Sellers Street, Frankfort, Phil- 
adelphia. 

MORRISON, MISS CLARA V.,* principal West Philadelphia Music Acad- 
emy ; teacher of piano, organ, theory, history of music, kindergarten and nor- 
mal training; Res. 3722 Haverford Avenue. 

MOULTON, MRS. M. B.,* teacher of piano Sternberg School of Music, 
10 S. Eighteenth Street. 

MOUNT, MARY MILLER* (Mrs. William Boswell Mount), concert pian- 
ist; accompanist; Res. 904 S. Forty-seventh Street. 

MUENCH, MISS EMILY,* soprano soloist Frankford Presbyterian Church ; 
teacher of piano; accompanist; Res. 3732 N. Carlisle Street. 

MURPHY, MISS ALICE LEWIS, pianist ; teacher of piano ; studio, 10 S. 
Eighteenth Street; Res. 124 S. Forty-third Street. 

MURPHY, CHARLTON, LEWIS,* concert violinist; graduate Geneva, 
Switzerland, Conservatoire ; teacher of violin ; composer ; Mrs. Charlton Lewis 
Murphy (Florence Shields) ; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street; Res. 248 S. Forty- 
fourth Street; summer home, Cliff Island, Portland, Me. 

MUSCHAMP, STANLEY,* teacher of singing; composer 2 ballet panto- 
mimes ; "The Hour of Al-Ast," and "A Carnival Night in Venice," pieces for 
piano, songs; assistant operatic conductor with Siegried Behrens for many 
years ; Res. 47 S. Seventeenth Street ; summer address, Provincetown, Mass. 

MYERS, SAMUEL,* pianist; teacher of piano; graduate Royal Conserva- 
tory of Music, Leipzig ; winner of Helbig Prize, 1894 ; composer, "Thou Art 
Like a Tender Flower," "Rainbow Memories," "O Come to Me When Day- 
light Sets" ; studio, 1707 Chestnut Street. 

NASON, HAROLD,* concert pianist ; president Leschetizky School of Piano 
Playing, 1714 Chestnut Street; accepts limited number advanced pupils; com- 
poser piano pieces, organ, voice and violin compositions ; Res. 2225 Locust 
Street. 

NASSAU, WILLIAM LATTA, supervisor of music Pennsylvania public 
Schools ; organist and choirmaster Church of the Holy Communion ; teacher 
of organ, piano and singing; composer Vespers in C, "Romanza," school 
songs, hymns, etc. ; Res. 424 W. Chelten Avenue, Germantown. 

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NAYLOR, MISS MARIZITA E., concert soprano; recital; Res. 1617 Norris 
Street. 

NEEBE, MISS DOROTHEA L., concert pianist; recital; accompanist; 
coach; teacher of piano and harmony; Res. 1532 N. Fifty-fourth Street. 

NIETHAMMER, MISS ETHEL BARBARA,* concert coloratura soprano; 
appearances with Martini Symphony Orchestra on Steel Pier, Atlantic City, 
concerts Bellevue-Stratf ord Hotel, and out-of-town clubs ; soloist Ninth Pres- 
byterian Church ; Res. 278 S. Sixtieth Street. 

NOAR, ADELINA PATTI,* dramatic concert soprano; oratorio; opera; 
recital ; teacher of singing ; soloist Princeton Presbyterian Church ; Res. 3030 
Girard Avenue. 

NORRIS, MISS EMILIE KRIDER, director School of Expression and 
Dramatic Art; special attention given to articulation for singers; gesture; 
address, 1714 Chestnut Street; Wilmington (Del.) Branch at 802 West Street. 

OCKENLAENDER, ALBERT, concert tenor; recital; soloist St. Peters' 
P. E. Church; Res. 3315 W. Huntington Street. 

OERTH, FRANZ EDWARD, pianist ; teacher of piano Hahn Conservatory 
of Music, 1714 Chestnut Street ; member of faculty Settlement Music School; 
Res. 3036 N. Fifth Street. 

OGLESBY, FRANK,* concert tenor ; teacher of singing Central Y. M. C. A. 
(Philadelphia) ; soloist St. Paul's P. E. Church of Ogontz (Pa.) ; address, 
1714 Chestnut Street; summer home, 1119 Edgemont Avenue, Chester, Pa. 

O'NEIL, RONALD,* organist ; pianist ; accompanist for Hans Kindler, Her- 
man Sandby and other prominent concert artists ; Res. 918 W. Marshall Street, 
Norristown, Penna. ; summer address, Greenock Inn, Lee, Mass. 

OWENS, JOHN,* Welsh concert tenor, appearances with Chicago Orches- 
tra, Victor Herbert Orchestra and festivals in New England and Middle 
States; teacher of singing; Res. 938 S. Fifty-fifth Street. 

PALMER, MISS MARIAN, concert pianist; accompanist; pupil of Con- 
stantin von Sternberg; teacher of singing; Res. Wallingford, Pa. 

PARKER, MISS MABEL M.,* soprano; teacher of singing; sepcialist in 
tone production for the female voice in the art of singing; studio, 1714 Chest- 
nut Street. 

PEAKES, FREDERIC,* vocal instructor Ogontz School (Ogontz, Pa.) ; 
studio, 308 Fuller Building, 10 S. Eighteenth Street ; Res. 4501 Chester Ave- 
nue ; summer address, Provincetown, Mass. 



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PEALLE, MISS ELIZABETH K.,* director E. K. Pealle Conservatory of 
Music and Art; musical director Pealers Mandolin Orchestra; teacher of 
harp, piano, violin, mandolin and other string instruments; composer "Will 
O' The Wisp"; studio, 3304 N. Broad Street; branch studio, 1714 Chestnut 
Street. 

PERLSTEIN, SAMUEL A.,* director Vienna Studio of Music, Philadelphia ; 
concert pianist ; graduate Imperial Academy of Music, Vienna ; formerly first 
assistant to the Imperial Professor Carl Prohaska ; has toured in recital through 
Austria and Hungary and conducted light opera in Vienna ; teacher of many 
successful pupils in Europe and America ; composer of works for piano, violin, 
songs, light operas, etc. ; address, 1520 Chestnut Street. 

PEROT, MISS CARYL, soprano; teacher of singing; studio, Greble Build- 
ing; Res. 3109 N. Broad Street. 

PETTIT, MAUDE HANSON* (Mrs. Eugene Pettit), soprano; secretary 
Music Committee Matinee Musical Club; Res. 1010 Clinton Street. 

PETZELT, MISS MARIE H.,* coloratura soprano; soloist St. James' 
Church ; conductor Catholic Girls' Club ; teacher of singing, Cheve Method ; 
Res. 3622 Baring Street. 

PFEIFFER, WALTER,* concert violinist; first violinist Philadelphia 
Orchestra ; teacher of violin ; conductor Franz Schubert Bund Symphony 
Orchestra; conductor (summers) Symphony Orchestra Casino Pier, Wild- 
wood, N. J. ; Mrs. Walter Pfeiffer (Margarethe Schwiering) ; studio, 10 S> 
Eighteenth Street; Res. 536 S. Fifty-first Street. 

PHILADELPHIA MUSICAL BUREAU,* Benno Rosenheimer and Wil- 
lard H. Goldsmith, managers; address, Weightman Building, 1520 Chestnut 
Street. 

PHILADELPHIA OPERATIC SOCIETY,* Productions : "Madame Butter- 
fly," "Pagliacci," "La Boheme," "Carmen" and "Cricket on the Hearth"; 
office, Parkway Building. 

PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION AND DRAMATIC ART,* 

Elizabeth Lavender Schreiner, principal, 1714 Chestnut Street; Res. of prin- 
cipal, 23 N. Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, Penna. 

PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL OF MUSICAL ART,* Ralph P. Lewars, A.M., 
director; all branches under the instruction of a faculty of eminent artists; 
school is distinguished for its exclusive patronage; address, 1824 Chestnut 
Street. 



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PHILLIPS, MISS ROSALIA T.,* dramatic soprano; teacher of singing, 
sight-singing, piano and elocution; medalist Royal Academy of Music, Lon- 
don, England; musical director Keneseth Israel Choral Society; member of 
faculty E. K. Pealle Conservatory of Music and Art; Res. 3818 N. Gratz 
Street. 

PIPER, MRS. GRACE WELSH,* teacher of singing; studio, 10. S. 
Eighteenth Street ; summer address, Ridgefield, Conn. 

PLASSCHAERT, MISS CAMILLE,* concert violinist; one of the younger 
artists of the bow-recitals and musicales ; teacher of violin Germantown Con- 
servatory of Music; Res. 3720 Spring Garden Street. 

POMMER, JOHN W., JR.,* pianist; director Pommcr School of Music, 
1701 Walnut Street, Branch of 5122 Keyser Street, Germantown; organist 
and choir director Second Presbyterian Church, Germantown ; head piano in- 
structor Marshall School, Oak Lane, Phila. ; composer, songs, piano trio, 
vocal trios, works for piano, etc.; Res. 5122 Keyser Street, Germantown. 

PONTIUS, W. LEROY,* concert tenor, management D. B. H. Macauley, 
1714 Chestnut Street ; appearances with Philadelphia Choral Society and Phil- 
adelphia Concert Company ; head vocal department Lombardi Conservatory 
of Music, Atlantic City, N. J. ; soloist Park Avenue M. E. Church ; accepts 
limited number private pupils ; Res. Haddonfield, N. J. 

PORTER, MISS MAY,* organist and choir director St. Paul's Presbyterian 
Church, W. Philadelphia; pianist; accompanist; teacher of organ and piano; 
conductor Cantaves Chorus, St. Paul Choristers, Philomusian Club Choral 
and other choruses ; manager Philadelphia Ladies' String Quartet ; composer, 
two sacred cantatas, "Te Deum," songs, etc. ; Res. 4952 Hazel Avenue. 

POWER, MISS DOROTHY,* concert harpist ; graduate Villa Maria Acad- 
emy; recital; engaged for many church festivals and under auspices of 
schools and musical societies ; reputed to be one of the youngest concert har- 
pists in America; Res. 5135 Baltimore Avenue. 

PRATT, MISS EMILY HAYDEN, pianist ; organist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 
4112 Pine Street. 

PRETTYMAN-HOWELL, NINA* (Mrs. James Howell), concert violinist; 
concertmeister and director Matinee Musical Club String Orchestra; Res. 
5126 Walton Avenue; summer address, Hotel Merion, Atlantic City, N. J. 

QUINLAN, MISS AGNES CLUNE,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; com- 
poser songs and piano pieces ; studio, 1712 Chestnut Street. 

QUINTIN, MISS CAROLINE H.,* teacher of piano and singing ; graduate 
Philadelphia Musical Academy; also holds teacher's certificate from Leefson 
Hille Conservatory of Music; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street; Res. 3833 Brown 
Street. 



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RATTAY, HOWARD F., concert violinist ; tours with distinguished operatic 
artists ; also Rattay Concert Company ; special engagements with Victor Talk- 
ing Machine Company ; formerly member Philadelphia Orchestra ; violin in- 
structor in prominent Pennsylvania colleges and schools; Mrs. Howard F. 
Rattay (Ethel A. Clark) ; Res. 4916 Chestnut Street. 

REDDING, DONALD,* concert baritone; oratorio; soloist Bethlehem Pres- 
byterian Church; appearances with Behrens Opera Club, Tioga Choral So- 
ciety, Stetson Chorus, Melody Club of Roxborough, Pennsburg Chorus, Ocean 
City Tabernacle Chorus, Marlborough-Blenheim Hotel (Atlantic City, N. J.), 
Wood-Lynne Chorus; special engagement soloist Evangelistic Campaign at 
Geneva, N. Y., in concert, Lancaster, Penna. ; baritone Orpheus Quartet; 
director Bethlehem Chorus, concert, Cliff Haven, N. Y. ; engagements Wil- 
mington, Delaware and Washington (D. C.) ; address, Fifty-second Street and 
Chester Avenue ; 1012 S. Forty-ninth Street. 

REIFSNYDER, MISS AGNES,* concert contralto; recital and oratorio; 
soloist First Baptist Church; studio, 1716 Chestnut Street; Res. 4929 Chester 
Avenue. 

REYNOLDS, CLARENCE,* organist and choir director Baptist Temple 
(Philadelphia) ; conductor Temple Concerts; formerly organist Ocean Grove 
(N. J.) Auditorium; recital organist; personal address, 1854 N. Sixteenth 
Street. 

RICH, THADDEUS,* Mus. Doc., concert violinist; concertmeister and 
assistant conductor Philadelphia Orchestra; first violin and founder Rich 
Quartet; dean Temple University College of Music; Res. 3807 Chestnut 
Street ; summers in Europe. 

RIEGEL, SAMUEL J., organist; tenor; teacher of organ, singing and 
sight singing ; composer anthems, songs, organ pieces and setting for XXVII 
Psalm ; secretary Philadelphia Manuscript Society ; assistant director of music 
Philadelphia Public Schools; organist and choirmaster Lutheran Church of 
the Nativity; Mrs. Samuel J. Riegel (Mary Ogden McKnight) ; Res. 763 
N. Twentieth Street ; summer address, Ocean City, N. J. 

RIGHTER, MISS ETHEL ALMIRA, concert soprano; oratorio; solist 
Second Presbyterian Church of Germantown; Res. 104 McKinley Avenue, 
Lansdowne, Phila. 

ROBERTS SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION,* Mary Brevard, literary inter- 
pretation, dramatic art, diction, deportment, voice building, public speaking, 
story telling, private and class instruction ; diploma course ; interpretative re- 
citals; classic and modern drama; also recitals with musical accompaniment; 
address, 1710 Chestnut Street. 

ROBINSON, MISS JULIA Z., soprano; soloist Church of Our Lady of 
Mercy; Res. 2029 N. Twenty-fifth Street. 



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ROSENBERG, MISS ZIPPORAH B., concert soprano; oratorio; recital; 
opera ; Res. 2009 N. Broad Street. 

ROSENHEIMER, BENNO,* manager Philadelphia Musical Bureau; Mrs. 
Benno Rosenheimer (Viola Jenny) ; address, Weightman Building, 1520 
Chestnut Street. 

ROSENKRANZ, MISS KATHERINE,* concert contralto; soloist Lady of 
Mercy Church; member La Favorita Quartet; teacher of singing; studio, 1714 
Chestnut Street ; branch studio, 1935 N. Twenty-third Street. 

ROTHERMEL, GEORGE,* dramatic tenor; leading roles with Philadelphia 
Operatic Society ; soloist St. Peter's P. E. Church, St. Martin's-in-the-Field 
and other churches ; concert appearances with orchestras and bands ; Res. 2334 
S. Broad Street. 

RULON, MISS ELSE WEST,* organist ; teacher of piano, organ and theory ; 
supervisor and examiner music department Linden Hall (Lititz, Pa.) Semi- 
nary; Res. 1507 Poplar Street. 

SAMAROFF, OLGA* (Madame Leopold Stokowski), concert pianist; ad- 
dress, Philadelphia Academy of Music ; summer home, 24 Pienzenauerstrasse, 
Herzog Park, Munich, Germany. 

SANTOS, MISS NAINA DOS, organist and choirmaster St. James' Roman 
Catholic Church ; pianist ; teacher of piano and theory ; Res. 3928 Sansom 
Street ; summer address, Point Pleasant, N. J. 

SAYLOR, HARRY, concert baritone ; recital ; soloist Second Presbyterian 
Church ; address, 2027 Arch Street. 

SCHMIDT, EMIL F.,* concert violinist ; first violinist with the Philadelphia 
Orchestra ; founder Schmidt String Quartet ; teacher of violin ; Res. 4802 
Fairmount Avenue. 

SCHMIDT, WILLIAM A., concert violoncellist; member Philadelphia 
Orchestra ; 'cellist Schmidt Quartet ; studio, Presser Building ; Res. 4802 Fair- 
mount Avenue. 

SCHMOLZE, MISS SUSAN LEAR,* soprano soloist Messiah Lutheran 
Church; appearances Academy of Music, Metropolitan Opera House, Con- 
vention Hall, Evangelistic Services, etc. ; Res. 665 N. Fifty-second Street. 

SCHNEIDER, KARL,* baritone; teacher of singing conductor Treble Clef 
Singing Society; composer of songs; studio, 1705 Chestnut Street; summer 
address, Munich, Germany. 



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Psalms XXIII and XC for solo, chorus and orchestra (appeared twice with 
Philadelphia Orchestra) ; Concerto in E flat (piano and orchestra) ; Mrs. 
Samuel Tudor Strang (Esther A. Howard); studio, 1701 Walnut Street; 
Res. 1527 Christian Street. 

STRAUSS, GEORGE RUSSELL,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; 
Mrs. George Russell Strauss (Mary Hildrich) ; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street; 
Res. 4249 Sansom Street; summer address, Colonnade Hotel, Asbury Park, 
New Jersey. 

STURANI, CESARE,* formerly conductor grand opera in Italy ; later iden- 
tified with Hammerstein Opera, Manhattan Opera House (New York) ; 
teacher of Giuseppi Gaudenzi of Montreal (Canada) Grand Opera Company; 
teacher of singing; studio, Estey Hall. 

SUELKE, EMMA,* (Mrs. W. Warren Shaw), concert soprano; instructor 
vocal music Pennsylvania Institute for the Blind, Overbrook, Philadelphia; 
studio, 47 S. Seventeenth Street ; summer address, Cape May, N. J. 

SUTOR, MISS ADELE,* teacher of piano and sight reading (Miss Say- 
ward's School, Overbrook, Pa.), normal training (Philadelphia Conservatory 
of Music) ; author "Note Speller" and musical plays and sketches concerning 
composers (for children) ; address, 10 S. Eighteenth Street. 

SWAAB, M.B.,* violin soloist ; teacher of violin ; musical and dramatic critic 
Philadelphia Correspondent and Dramatic News (New York) ; studio, 10 S. 
Eighteenth Street ; Res. 2141 N. Twentieth Street. 

SWAYNE, NOAH H., II., concert basso, oratorio ; recital ; Res. Ardmore, Pa. 

SYLVESTER, MISS HELEN STOCKTON,* teacher of piano; Res. Haver- 
ford, Penna. 

THOMPSON, MISS ANN M.,* concert pianist ; accompanist, coach, teacher 
of piano; studios, 1710 Chestnut Street, and 1816 N. Eleventh Street. 

THULLEN, MISS DOROTHEA,* concert soprano; recitals; appearances 
with Philadelphia Orchestra, Apollo Club of Pittsburgh, Orpheus Club of 
Poughkeepsie, etc. ; Artist Courses in many cities ; Res. 1727 Walnut Street ; 
address, Cape Neddick, Maine. 

THUNDER, HENRY GORDON, conductor Choral Society of Philadelphia, 
Fortnightly Club of Philadelphia; organist and choirmaster St. Stephen's 
P. E. Church; composer, teacher of singing; Mrs. Henry Gordon Thunder 
(Mary Forney) ; Res. 272 S. Twenty-third Street. 

THUNDER, WILLIAM SILVANO, pianist ; organist ; accompanist ; organ- 
ist Philadelphia Cathedral; teacher of organ and piano; studio, Estey Hall; 
Res. 1913 Arch Street. 



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TILY, HERBERT JAMES,* Mus. Doc., musical director Strawbridge & 
Clothier Chorus ; St. John's P. E. Church, Lower Merion, Pa. ; composer an- 
thems, organ works and one cantata; Mrs. Herbert James Tily (Lucy P. 
Allen) ; address, 801 Market Street; summer home, Cynwyd, Pa. 

TUBES, ARTHUR LEWIS, music critic Philadelphia Evening Bulletin; 
amateur pianist and organist ; formerly tenor in choir and concert work ; au- 
thor 20 published plays : "Valley Farm," "The Preacher and the Convict," etc. ; 
poems (set to music) ; Res. 2118 Spring Garden Street. 

TURVEY, T. HILTON,* teacher of singing ; composer of songs and pieces 
for piano ; studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street. 

VAIL, MRS. LOUISE UNDERBILL,* concert contralto; soloist with 
Victor Herbert Orchestra and Philadelphia Choral Society ; Res. 409 E. Maple 
Avenue, Merchantville, New Jersey. 

VAN DEN BEEMT, HEDDA,* first violinist with Philadelphia Orchestra; 
teacher of violin and theory; co-director Philadelphia Conservatory of Music; 
conductor Frankford Symphony Society; composer tone poem "Aucassin et 
Nicolette" (performed by Philadelphia Orchestra in 1914) ; serenade for harp 
and orchestra ; string quartet and other works ; Mrs. Hedda Van Den Beemt 
(Louise Schirmer) ; Res. 3012 Susquehanna Avenue. 

VAUGHAN, CLIFFORD, concert pianist ; recital ; accompanist ; coach ; 
Res. 1409 Spruce Street. 

VOGT, MISS MARY E., organist and musical director John Wanamaker's 
Store; Res. 5016 Schuyler Street, Germantown. 

VOLKMANN, PAUL,* concert and operatic tenor; formerly with Aborn 
Opera Company; oratorio; soloist Second Presbyterian Church and Temple 
Beth Israel ; member board of directors Philadelphia Operatic Society ; di- 
rector Germantown Conservatory and Vocal Institute ; teacher of singing ; 
studio, 10 S. Eighteenth Street ; Res. Belgravia Hotel. 

WADLOW, LEWIS ALEX,* concert organist; pupil of the best masters 
in America and Europe ; organist and choirmaster St. Mark's Church ; visiting 
choirmaster Church of Our Saviour (Jenkintown, Pa.) ; musical director 
Choristers' Club of Jenkintown ; president Society of Musical Alumni, Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania; Mrs. Lewis Alex Wadlow (Alice Buchanan Smith) ; 
Res. Old York Road, Oak Lane, Philadelphia ; summer address, White Lodge, 
Gooch Beach, Kennebunkport, Maine. 

WARHURST, JAMES CLAYTON,* pianist; teacher of piano, organ and 
singing ; organist Gethsemane Baptist Church ; studio, 1 520 Chestnut Street. 

WATROUS, MISS DAISY HAMLIN, concert lyric soprano; recital; Res. 
King's Court, Thirty-sixth Street and Chestnut Streets. 



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WATSON, NATHANIEL E.,* pianist ; organist ; teacher of piano, organ and 
theory; organist Beth-El Synagogue; studio, 1710 Chestnut Street; Res. 5409 
Cedar Avenue. 

WELSH, HUNTER,* concert pianist ; formerly conductor United German 
Singers of Atlanta, Georgia ; composer church music, songs, a string quartet 
and "Requiem Mass" (male voices) ; Res. 4334 Larchwood Avenue. 

WESTEL, CHARLES,* pianist; teacher of piano; studio, 1714 Chestnut 
Street. 

WHEELER, F. LYMAN,* organist and choirmaster Church of the Holy 
Apostles ; teacher of singing ; conductor Al-Alamath Chorus ; studio, Estey 
Hall ; Res. 1904 Spruce Street. 

WHINNERY, MISS ABBIE, concert soprano ; teacher of singing ; address, 
10 S. Eighteenth Street. 

WIGHTMAN, MISS FLORENCE ADELE, concert harpist; recital; Res. 
107 E. Durham Street. 

WILSON, ARTHUR HOWELL, concert. pianist; teacher of piano; pupil 
of Ernest Hutcheson) ; instructor (summer months) Chautauqua Institution, 
Chautauqua, N. Y. ; Res. 3609 Baring Street. 

WITZEMANN, JOHN K.,* violinist; second concertmeister Philadelphia 
Orchestra ; concert ; recital ; pupils accepted ; address, care Philadelphia Or- 
chestra. 

WRIGHT, MISS MINNIE T., pianist ; organist ; accompanist ; coach ; teacher 
of piano and singing; organist, Fourth Church of Christ Scientist; Res. 533 
S. Conestoga Street. 

YARDLEY, MAHLON, pianist ; teacher of piano ; organist Trinity Memorial 
Church, Ambler, Pa. ; studio, 1714 Chestnut Street, Hahn Conservatory of 
Music. 

ZECKWER, CAMILLE W., teacher of piano ; composer concerto for piano, 
symphonic poem, quintet, trio, sonata for piano and violin, cantata for soli, 
chorus and orchestra, pieces for piano, violin ; songs and other works ; direc- 
tor Philadelphia Musical Academy, 1617 Spruce Street; vice-president Phila- 
delphia Manuscript Society; Res. The Tracy; summer address, Cliff Haven, 
N. Y. 

ZECKWER, MARIE (Mrs. John P. Holt, Jr.), concert soprano; teacher of 
singing Philadelphia Musical Academy ; Res. Cynwyd, Pa. ; summer address, 
Beach Haven, N. J. 



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ZECKWER, RICHARD,* pianist; teacher of piano, theory and acoustics; 
composer "Festival Overture," "Bride of Messina" (overture), songs and 
pieces for piano; lecturer on acoustics before musical societies and institutes; 
director Philadelphia Musical Academy, 1617 Spruce Street, and 6029 Main 
Street, Germantown; Mrs. Richard Zeckwer (Marie d'Invilliers) ; Res. 106 
N. Thirty-fourth Street; summer home, "Villa Sommerrah," Beach Haven, 
N.J. 

ZIMMERMAN, E. M., concert baritone; teacher of singing; Res. 277 W. 
Rittenhouse Street, Germantown. 

ZIMMERMAN, MARIE KUNKEL, concert soprano ; oratorio ; recital ; Res. 
217 W. Rittenhouse Street, Germantown. 

ZULICK, HOWELL S., concert tenor; soloist St. Luke and Epiphany 
Church ; Res. 2115 Erie Avenue. 

PITTSBURGH 

PITTSBURGH MALE CHORUS 

JAMES STEPHEN MARTIN, Musical Director 
6201 Walnut Street 

W. B. LAWTON, Magee Building f resident 

JOHN A. HIBBARD, 912 Maryland Avenue Vice-President 

W. E. PORTER, 301 S. Pacific Avenue Secretary 

W. S. PHILLIPS, Box 1528 Treasurer 



TUESDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

JAMES STEPHEN MARTIN, Musical Director 

6201 Walnut Street, E. E. 

MRS. CHARLES E. MAYHEW, 1035 Murray Hill Avenue President 

MRS. JOSEPH W. MARSH, Woodland Road First Vice-President 

MRS. IDA F. NORTON, 218 E. Eleventh Avenue, Homestead Second Vice-President 

MRS. ROBERT LEE WILSON, 303 S. Fairmount Avenue Secretary 

MRS. CHARLES HEINROTH, Bellefield Dwellings Treasurer 

MRS. HARRY F. DuBARRY. 5806 Howe Street Federation Secretary 

Miss LENA CRAIG WESTERVELT, 841 Herberton Avenue. . .Chairman Club Choral 
Miss MARGARET A. SANDS, 302 S. Negley Avenue. .Chairman Altruistic Section 



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MOZART CLUB 

J. P. McCoLLUM, Musical Director 
237 Fourth Avenue 

WILLIAM M. FUREY, 237 Fourth Avenue President 

T. J. FITZPATRICK, 237 Fourth Avenue Vice-President 

W. R. BERGER, 237 Fourth Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 



MENDELSSOHN CHOIR 

ERNEST LUNT, Musical Director 
612 Summerlea Street 

C. J. BRAUN, JR., 435 Sixth Avenue President 

MARCUS BOYD, Chandler-Boyd Supply Company Vice-President 

C. W. McGHEE, Box 45 Secretary 

R. S. WILSON, Farmers Deposit National Bank. Treasurer 



APOLLO CLUB 

RINEHART MAYER, Musical Director 
5714 Wellesley Avenue 

DANIEL JARRETT, 4414 Penn Avenue President 

NELSON R. BLACK, 3520 Charlotte Street Vice-President 

THOMAS B. COBURN, Room 424 P. and L. E. R. R. Station 

Secretary and Treasurer 



LYRIC CLUB 

ANNE GRIFFITHS, Musical Director 
5535 Ellsworth Avenue 

MRS. E. GRAFNER, 512 S. Linden Avenue Chairman 

Miss FLORENCE ROTHSCHILD, 5422 Baum Boulevard Vice-Chairman 

MRS. SIMON SEEGMAN, 5833 Hobart Street Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. C. M. IGELL, 1012 Farragut Street Recording Secretary 

Miss LISA BLUM, 317 Graham Street Treasurer 



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MUSICIANS' CLUB 

T. CARL WHITMER, 316 Spahr Street President 

JOHN W. CLAUS, 1828 Carson Street Vice-President 

WILLIAM KOTTMAN, 503 Greendale, Edgewood Park, Pa Secretary 

JOSEPH D. MC&NNIS, 5746 Howe Street Treasurer 

BANE, MISS EDITH,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano, harmony and nor- 
mal training (piano teachers) ; assistant to the late William H. Sherwood for 
10 years ; studied in Europe under Martin Krause and Maurice Moskowski ; 
studio, 1105 E. E. Trust Building; Res. 1163 Murray Hill Avenue. 

BEEGLE, MISS MAY,* manager musical artists and courses in Pittsburgh ; 
address, 1312 Farmers' Bank Building. 

BELL, JOHN A., concert organist ; organist and choirmaster First Presby- 
terian Church ; Mrs. John A. Bell (Mary Fox) ; Res. 4746 Friendship Avenue. 

BELLINGHAM, ALBERT, concert tenor; oratorio; director of music 
Shenley High School; musical director People's Chorus, Mt. Washington 
(Pittsburgh) and People's Chorus, Bethel (Penn.) ; Res. Hyaher, Bridgeville, 
R. F. D. No. 2. 

BERNTHALER, CARL,* conductor Bernthaler Orchestra; pianist; accom- 
panist; soch; teacher of piano; Mrs. Carl Bernthaler (Ella Beilstein) ; studio, 
507 Reymer Building; Res. 5530 Walnut Street, E. E. 

BILBIE, E. NORMANTON,* concert violinist ; teacher of violin, piano and 
harmony; composer "Hungarian Fantasia" and "Souvenir Fantastique" (or- 
chestra), "In Autumn" (for violin), etc.; studio, 313 Wallace Building; sum- 
mer address, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

BOYCE, ELSIE DEVOE* (Mrs. Wliliam S. Boyce), pianist; teacher of 
piano; organist First Church of Christ Scientist, Wilkinsburg (Pa.) ; pupil of 
Sherwood, Swayne and Leschetizky; studio, 201-202 Nixon Building; Res. 
5542 Jackson Street, E. E. 

BOYD, CHARLES N.,* teacher of piano, organ and theory; a director of 
the Pittsburgh Musical Institute ; musical director Cecilia Choir ; organist and 
choirmaster North Avenue M. E. Church; instructor church music Western 
Theological Seminary ; secretary Music Teachers' National Association ; ad- 
dress, 4259 Fifth Avenue; Mrs. Charles N. Boyd (Frances Riggs Leech); 
Res. 1636 Denniston Avenue, E. E. 

BROSKY, FRANK J., violinist ; teacher of violin ; author "Preparatory Ex- 
ercises to the Double Stopping in the Kreutzer Studies for Violin" ; Res. Fifth 
and Highland Avenues. 



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BYSSELLE, MADAME DIX* (Maud Lee Bissell), concert pianist; teacher 
of piano; Res. 5830 Alder Street; summer address, 179 Lake Avenue, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 

CLAUS, JOHN W.,* teacher of piano and theory; studios, Reymer Build- 
ing, and 1828 Carson Street ; Res. 2806 Brownsville Road, Carrick, Pa. 

COBB, MAY MARSHALL* (Mrs. Leonard M. Cobb), concert soprano; 
teacher of singing; soloist West End Presbyterian Church (New York) ; 
musical director Kaufmann Club Choral ; Res. Hotel Clendenning, New York, 
and 3444 Dawson Street, Pittsburgh ; summer address, Nantucket, Mass. 

DANA, GEORGE BANCROFT,* teacher of singing Pittsburgh Musical 
Institute; address, 4259 Fifth Avenue. 

DAVIDSON, MISS REBECCA,* concert pianist; graduate Meisterschule 
for piano, Vienna ; teacher of piano ; management Foster & David, 25 W. 
Forty-second Street, New York ; Res. 918 Ivy Street, Pittsburgh. 

DEMMLER, OSCAR W., supervisor of music Fifth Avenue High School; 
organist and choirmaster Trinity Lutheran Church ; teacher of piano and har- 
mony; studio, 431 Wood Street; Res. 1522 Chateau Street, N. S. 

DICKSON, JOHN COLVILLE,* teacher of singing; director Haydn Choral 
Union and Maritana Opera Company ; formerly music critic Pittsburg Post; 
gives illustrated lecture "Operas of Yesteryear" ; studio, 304 Camerophone 
Building; Mrs. John Colville Dickson (Hildegarde Banfer) ; Res. Epping 
Forest-on-Ohio, Glenfield, Pa. 

EARHART, WILL,* director of music Pittsburgh public schools ; presi- 
dent Music Supervisors National Conference 1915-16; director Pittsburgh 
Festival Chorus ; head of department of music, School of Education, Univer- 
sity of Pittsburgh; lecture 1916-17 School of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute of 
Technology; office, 725 Fulton Building; Mrs. Will Earhart (Birdelle M. 
Darling) ; Res. 5898 Hobart Street, E. E. 

EARNEST, WALTER C.,* concert tenor ; recital and oratorio ; appearances 
with prominent orchestras, festivals, clubs and universities ; management Fos- 
ter & David, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York; Mrs. Walter C. Earnest (Carrie 
J. Phillips); Res. 836 Collins Avenue, E. E. ; summer address, Bridgeton, 
Maine. 

ELSTON, CATHARINE J.,* music critic Pittsburgh Dispatch; author 
"Music in English Poetry" ; contributor to literacy and musical publications ; 
local manager musical artists ; secretary and treasurer Pittsburgh Center 
American Music Society ; Res. Edgewood Park. 

ERB, J. WARREN,* pianist; accompanist and coach for singers; director 
Kittanning Conservatory; Residence-studio, 209 Wallace Building, E. E. 



420 PENNSYLVANIA 



FLEER, F. WILLIAM,* organist and choirmaster Second Presbyterian 
Church; organist Miles Theatre and Olympic Theatre; composer anthems, 
choruses, songs, works for orchestra and piano; Mrs. F. William Fleer (Clara 
Bohn) ; Res. 1530 Beechview Avenue. 

FLEER, HERMAN HENRY, organist and choirmaster Shadyside Presby- 
terian Church ; Res. 929 Lincoln Avenue, N. 

FOERSTER, ADOLPH M., teacher of singing and piano; composer (for 
orchestra) "Thusnelda"; "Dedication March"; "Prelude to Goethe's 'Faust,' 
Second Suite"; trio; Greek Love Songs (cycle) ; "Ave Maria" (voice, violin, 
piano and organ) ; address, P. O. Box 833. 

FRANCOIS, GABRIEL M.,* maker of fine violins ; expert in Italian instru- 
ments ; address, 206 McCance Block. 

FULTON, MISS ZOE,* prima donna contralto ; several seasons with Aborn 
English Grand Opera Company; teacher of singing; studios, 207 Wallace 
Building, E. E., and 506 Reymer Building ; summer home, care Judge Fulton, 
Newark, Ohio. 

GAUL, HARVEY B., concert organist ; teacher of organ and composition ; 
organist and choirmaster Calvary P. E. Church ; composer, cantatas, anthems, 
organ music and part-songs ; writer for various magazines and newspapers ; 
Res. 6213 Howe Street. 

GERNERT, CHARLES,* teacher of piano; studio, 414 Sixth Avenue; Mrs. 
Charles Gernert (Edith Mabel Thomas) ; Res. 5502 Black Street, E. E. 

GILES, E. ELLSWORTH,* musical director Solo Choral Club Vocal De- 
partment Beaver (Pa.) College, Beaver Valley Choral Club, Point Breeze Pres- 
byterian Church (Pittsburgh), Methodist Church (Beaver) ; teacher of sing- 
ing; Mrs. E. Ellsworth Giles (Florence James) ; Res. 126 Dickson Avenue; 
Ben-Avon; summer address, Leonardsville, N. Y. 

GITTINGS, JOSEPH HENRY,* teacher of piano; originator of the "Git- 
tings Explanations of Applying Scientific Management of a Piano Technique" 
(copyrighted) ; Mrs. Joseph Henry Gittings (Harriet Jane Venners) ; Res. 
5535 Ellsworth Avenue. 

GRANINGER, CHARLES ALBERT,* concert organist ; pianist ; teacher of 
organ and piano ; formerly Professor College of Music, Cincinnati, and direc- 
tor Orpheus Club, Cincinnati, and Apollo Club, Minneapolis ; conductor Pitts- 
burgh Euterpean Choral ; organist and choirmaster Sixth United Presbyterian 
Church ; composer, songs, church music, choruses, etc. ; Mrs. Charles Albert 
Graninger (Jane Lang), president Euterpean Choral Club; concert contralto; 
soloist Sixth United Presbyterian Church and Tuesday Musical Club; Res. 
5927 Alder Street, E. E. 

GRIFFITHS, MISS ANNE,* teacher of singing; musical director Lyric 
Club ; Res. 5535 Ellsworth Avenue. 



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HARRIS, EDWARD C.,* concert pianist; accompanist; assistant organist 
Third Presbyterian Church ; Res. 274 Forty-sixth Street. 

HARVARD, SUE,* concert soprano; soloist Sixth U. P. Church; appear- 
ances with New York Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, New York Philhar- 
monic, Philadelphia Symphony, Pittsburgh Festival Orchestra (Carl Bern- 
thaler, conductor), Wassily Leps Festival Orchestra; 13 concerts Pittsburgh 
Exposition 1916; Res. 831 King Edward Apartments, Bayard Street. 

HEINROTH, CHARLES,* concert organist; municipal organist; organist 
and musical director Third Presbyterian Church ; organist and director of 
music Carnegie Institute; Mrs. Charles Heinroth (Blanche R. Jackson) ; Res. 
Bellefield Dwellings. 

HENNIG, WILLIAM F.,* teacher of violin, viola and French horn; in- 
structor of French horn Carnegie Institute of Technology; Mrs. William 
F. Hennig (Gertrude Pfaff) ; Res. Kennedy Avenue. 

HERRMANN, PAUL K.,* musical director Alvin Theatre Orchestra; con- 
cert director; violinist; teacher of violin; Mrs. Paul K. Herrmann (Augusta 
Schaub) ; Res. 19 Josephine Street, Crafton, Pa. 

HUNTER, FRANK MILTON,* director and head voice department Pitts- 
burgh Musical Institute; teacher of singing; Mrs. Frank Milton Hunter (Mary 
Eva Grier) ; Res. King Edward Apartments, Bayard and Melwood Streets. 

JANSON, SELMAR,* head of piano department, Cargnegie Institute of 
Technology; musical director Beaver (Pa.) College; concert pianist; teacher 
of piano ; Res. 333 N. Denniston Avenue. 

JOHNS, LOUIS EDGAR,* pianist; teacher of piano; composer pieces for 
piano, songs, chamber music, orchestral works, including incidental music and 
ballet to "The Elfin Inn" ; Res. 269 Fortieth Street. 

KAIGHN, MISS VERA,* concert soprano ; soloist First Presbyterian Church ; 
teacher of singing; Res. 524 N. Negley Avenue. 

KEEBLE, GLENDINNING, music critic Pittsburgh Gazette-Times; lec- 
turer on History of Music and Musical Aesthetics, Carnegie Institute of Tech- 
nology; Res. 1153 Weightman Street. 

KNOTTS, RICHARD,* bass baritone; concert soloist; vocal instructor; 
conductor ; studio, 1201 Kennan Building ; Res. 936 N. Lincoln Avenue, N. S. ; 
summer address, Sunset Beach, Wilson, N. Y. 

KOCH, CASPAR P., instructor of organ Carnegie Institute of Technology ; 
city organist North Side Carnegie Hall; organist and choirmaster Church 
of the Most Holy Trinity ; composer Book of Scales for organ, organ tran- 
scriptions, variations for orchestra, fugue for string orchestra, songs ; Res. 204 
North Avenue, E. 

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KOTTMAN, WILLIAM, concert tenor; teacher of singing; Res. 503 Green- 
dale Avenue, Swissvale Station. 

LEWANDO, RALPH, concert violinist; teacher of violin; Mrs. Ralph 
Lewando (Frances Gould), concert contralto; teacher of singing; Res. 5123 
Liberty Avenue. 

LIEFELD, ALBERT D.,* founder, conductor and manager Pittsburgh 
Ladies' Orchestra ; organist and choirmaster St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran 
Church, East End ; composer "All Hail, America," March Heroic "To the City 
Eternal," suite: "In the Spring," other vocal and instrumental numbers; 
teacher of piano and string instruments ; studio, 404 McCance Block ; Mrs. A. 
D. Liefeld (Wilhelmina K. Schaffer) ; Res. 318 Amber Street, E. E. 

LISSFELT, J. FRED,* concert pianist; graudate Leipzig Conservatory of 
Music ; accompanist ; teacher of piano ; founder and director of "Guild" Art 
Club ; Res. 4737 Maripoe Avenue, E. E. 

LITCHFIELD, MRS. LAWRENCE (Ethel Herr), amateur pianist; many 
public appearances; especially in chamber concerts; Res. 5431 Fifth Avenue; 
summer home, "House in the Woods," North East, Pa. 

LUNT, ERNEST,* conductor Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh; choir 
director; teacher of singing; Mrs. Ernest Lunt (Lily Johnson); Res. 612 
Summerlea Street. 

MAHER, CAMILLE,* concert pianist; teacher of piano and theory; ad- 
dress, 208 Wallace Building, E. E. 

MALCHEREK, KARL A.,* concert violinist; formerly concertmeister 
Palmen-Garten Orchestra, Frankf ort-on-the-Main, Germany ; teacher of violin ; 
head of violin department, Tech School (Pittsburgh) and Beaver (Pa.) Col- 
lege ; composer songs, String Quartet and works for violin ; Mrs. Karl A. 
Malcherek (Nettie M. Showalter) ; Res. 5644 Beacon Street. 

MARTIN, JAMES STEPHEN,* musical director Pittsburgh Male Chorus 
and Tuesday Musical Club (women) ; teacher of singing; Mrs. James Stephen 
Martin (Anne Kennard) ; Res. 6201 Walnut Street. 

MAYER, RINEHART,* musical director Pittsburgh Apollo Club ; organist 
and choirmaster Crafton M. E. Church ; pianist ; teacher of organ, piano and 
singing; Res. 5714 Wellesley Avenue. 

MAYER, W. L. PASSAQUAY,* concert organist ; pianist ; teacher of organ, 
piano, singing, theory and composition; musical director Western Pennsyl- 
vania Institute for the Blind ; conductor Carlib Hussar Concert Band ; special- 
ist in pipe organ construction in capacity of supervising architect; prepares 
schedules and designs; familiar with orchestral instruments, particularly the 
woodwinks, favorite being the flute; composer "Celeste" (tone poem), "Arm- 
inius" (suite), choral works, pieces for organ, songs, etc.; president Pitts-, 
burgh Musical Society; Mrs. W. L. Passaquay-Mayer (Anne Marie Beck- 
man) ; Res. 212 Charles Street, Knoxville, Pa. 



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MAYHEW, CHARLES EDWARD,* baritone; head of vocal department 
Pennsylvania College for Women (Pittsburgh); teacher of singing; choral 
director; Mrs. Charles Edward Mayhew (Emma Eudora Kneeland), soprano; 
accompanist; teacher of singing; sight-singing, harmony, and public school 
music; Res. 1035 Murrayhill Avenue. 

MC COLLUM, JAMES P.,* teacher of singing; musical director Mozart Club 
of Pittsburgh ; Res. 1745 Fifth Avenue. 

MCDOWELL, ROBERT J., musical director Homewood Male Chorus; 
teacher of singing; Mrs. Robert J. McDowell (Eda B. Adler) ; Res. Craig 
and Forbes Streets. 

MCGINNIS, JOSEPH DENNISTON, concert pianist; teacher of piano, 
harmony and theory ; musical director Thurston Preparatory School ; treasurer 
Musicians' Club of Pittsburgh; Mrs. Joseph Denniston McGinnis (Elizabeth 
Foster Schellenberg) ; Res. 5746 Howe Street. 

MERZ, OTTO, teacher of viola, piano and theory; composer works for 
piano, orchestra, anthems, songs, choruses, etc. ; arranges scores ; Mrs. Otto 
Merz (Marie T. Behl) ; Res. 4426 Sewickley Road, Bellevue, Pa.; summer 
home, Exposition Park, Conneaut Lake, Pa. 

MILLER, MISS CHRISTINE,* concert contralto; recital and oratorio; ap- 
pearances with Boston Symphony, New York Symphony, Thomas Orchestras 
(Chicago), Cincinnati, Minneapolis and St. Paul Orchestras; leading music 
festivals and clubs ; management, Haensel & Jones, Aeolian Hall, 29 W. Forty- 
second Street, New York ; personal address, 1003 Heberton Street, Pittsburgh. 

MINARDI, ROBERT,* tenor; teacher of singing; studio, Stevenson Build- 
ing, E. E. 

MITCHELL, EARL,* pianist ; accompanist ; organist and choir director 
East Liberty Presbyterian Church ; Res. 304 Main Street. 

MIX, MISS JENNIE IRENE, music critic and editor Pittsburgh Post; 
Res. Iroquois Apartments, Forbes Street. 

MORROW, ROBERT A., concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; director Virgil 
Piano School ; composer "Concert Study for Left Hand Alone" ; studio-resi- 
dence, 168 N. Craig Street. 

NAPIER, EDWARD,* organist Church of the Ascension ; also Liberty 
Theatre ; composer male choruses, songs and works for organ, piano and 
orchestra; address, P. O. Box 71, East Liberty, Pa. 

NEELY, HEARNE ELLSWORTH,* organist Calvary M. E. Church and 
organist Garden Theatre; teacher of piano and organ; Res. 1302 Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue, N. S. 



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NIESEN, C. S.,* baritone; teacher of singing; studio, 347 Fifth Avenue, 
summer address, Conneaut Lake, Pa. 

O'BRIEN, J. VICK,* head of music department School of Applied Design 
Carnegie Institute of Technology ; musical director Carnegie Technology 
Students' Orchestra ; organist and choirmaster St. Agnes' Church ; teacher of 
piano and composition ; composer opera "Ye Olde Virginia" ; songs and works 
for piano; Mrs. J. Vick O'Brien (Ann M. Swan) ; address, Carnegie Institute 
of Technology, Pittsburgh. 

GETTING, WILLIAM H.,* pianist ; organist ; a director of the Pittsburgh 
Musical Institute ; teacher of piano, organ and theory ; organist and choir 
director Sixth U. P. Church, Highland Avenue ; composer various works for 
piano, organ and voice; address, 4259 Fifth Avenue; Mrs. William H. Getting 
(Mary Manning) ; Res. 407 Whitney Avenue, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

PECK, MISS HAZEL LUCILLE, concert pianist; Res. 718 John Street, 
Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

PERRY, MISS WINIFRED F.,* contralto soloist; teacher of singing; Res. 
5614 Walnut Street. 

PITTSBURGH CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,* Beveridge Webster, 
director ; address, 128 Dithridge Street. 

PITTSBURGH LADIES' ORCHESTRA* (30 players), organized in 1911, 
travelling orchestra 12 and vocal soloist, has toured 10 states ; Albert D. Lie- 
feld, founder, conductor and manager ; address, 404 McCance Block. 

REESE, R. REESE,* concert baritone ; teacher of singing ; musical director 
Pittsburgh Studio Ckib ; choirmaster Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church, and 
Tabernacle Presbyterian Church ; music critic Music News (Chicago) ; 
studio, Nixon Building; Res. Plaza Apartments, Homewood Avenue. 

RENTZ, THEODORE,* violinist; instructor of violin Carnegie Institute 
of Technology; studio, 431 Wood Street; Res. 518 Lockhart Street, N. S. 

RISHER, MISS ANNA PRISCILLA,* organist! and director of music 
Bethany Lutheran Church; teacher of 'cello, piano and singing; composer an- 
thems: "Abide with Me," "Unto Thee, O Lord," "The Lord Is My Shepherd"; 
setting for "Who Is Sylvia" and other songs ; studio, 301 Wallace Building ; 
Res. 641 Maryland Avenue. 

ROBERTS, JOHN R.,* baritone; teacher of singing; soloist and assistant 
choirmaster Third Presbyterian Church ; studios, 239 Fifth Avenue, Pitts- 
burgh ; 422 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, Greensburg, Pa. ; Res. 340 Melwood 
Street, Pittsburgh. 

ROTHLEDER SCHOOL OF MUSIC,* E. G. Rothleder, director; piano, 
organ, violin, voice and theory ; charge of music in the Kiskiminetas College, 
Saltsburg, Pa. ; studio, 701 Aiken Avenue, E. E. 



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RUSSELL, DALLMEYER,* pianist; teacher of piano; a director of the 
Pittsburgh Musical Institute; (pupil of Teichmuller, Carl Reinecke, Vianna 
da Motta and Harold Bauer) ; address, 4259 Fifth Avenue; Mrs. Dallmeyer 
Russell (Romaine Smith), concert soprano; Res. 319 Millvale Avenue, E. E. 

SAUDEK, VICTOR,* flute virtuoso; formerly with Pittsburgh Symphony 
Orchestra under Emil Paur; director Saudek Ensemble; instructor of flute 
Carnegie Institute of Technology; Mrs. Victor Saudek (Fedora Wolff) ; Res. 
5715 Callowhill Street. 

SAVAGE, RALPH BUTLER, teacher of singing; Mrs. Ralph Butler Savage 
(Mary Milligan) ; Res. 6109 Stanton Avenue, E. E. 

SCHMIDT, HENRY KLOMAN,* pianist; teacher of piano; instructor of 
piano, Carnegie Institute; organist Holy Rosary Church (Homewood) ; Mrs. 
Henry Kloman Schmidt (Mabelle Marian Grine) ; Res. 240 S. Euclid Avenue. 

SPRAGUE, MISS MARIE H., soprano ; teacher of singing ; director Bissell 
Conservatory of Music ; Res. 628 S. Negley Avenue, E. E. 

STEELE, MARTHA S.* (Mrs. Frederick Hall Steele), concert contralto; 
her own manager; Res. Wightman and Fair Oaks Street. 

STEPHENS, MORRIS,* tenor soloist; teacher of singing; director and 
tenor Tancred Quartet (male) and Rigoletto Quartet (mixed) ; formerly con- 
ductor Schubert Male Choral Society; studio, 501 Reymer Building; Mrs. 
Morris Stephens ( Maude E. Rosen) ; Res. 240 Darragh Street. 

STEVENSON, WILLIAM M., teacher of singing and piano ; director music 
department, Kings School of Oratory, Mt. Oliver Station, Knoxville, Pa.; 
studio, 407 Reymer Building; Mrs. William M. Stevenson (Sarah Bryant); 
Res. 5151 Woodlawn Avenue. 

STUCKY, PAULINE LEMMER* (Mrs. Emil G. Stucky), concert soprano; 
teacher of singing (Garcia Method) ; pupil of Roth Muller Hartung, Richard 
Strauss and Frau von Milde ; formerly teacher Grand Ducal Conservatory at 
Weimar; studios, Reymer Building, Pittsburgh, and New Brighton, Pa. 

STURM, BERNARD,* concert violinist; head of violin department Pitts- 
burgh Musical Institute; formerly with Cincinnati Orchestra under Leopold 
Stokowski and Dr. Ernst Kunwald; soloist with Cincinnati Orchestra and 
European Orchestras ; address, 4959 Fifth Avenue. 

SULZNER, GEORGE THEODORE, concert tenor; teacher of singing; 
musical director Sulzner Conservatory of Music, Penn and Brushton Avenues ; 
booking manager Sulzner Conservatory Quartet and Mendelssohn Trio; 
musical director Homewood Presbyterian Church; Mrs. George Theodore 
Sulzner (Elma Barker), contralto soloist Sulzner Conservatory Quartet ; direc- 
tor of Music Bellevue U. P. Church; Res. 301 Penn Avenue, Wilkinsburg, 
Pa. ; summer address, care, Thomas Benton, Tarentum, Pa. ; R. F. D. No. 2. 



426 PENNSYLVANIA 

THOMAS, MRS. ADAH SAMPSON,* teacher of singing; Res. 327 N. Den- 
niston Avenue. 

THOMSON, MRS. EDITH TAYLOR,* manager Heyn recitals and con- 
certs by visiting artists; press representative for Mozart Club, Apollo Club, 
Pittsburgh Male Chorus and Pittsburgh Festival Orchestra; office, 816 Oliver 
Building; Res. 304 B, Saybrook Apartments. 

TRUXELL, EARL, pianist; teacher of piano; studio, Reymer Building; 
Res. Kenneth Apartments, Craft Avenue. 

TUFTS, DR. STEWART W.,* physician-vocalist; teaches "Eating for 
Voice"; Mrs. Stewart W. Tufts (Harriet H. Gordon) ; address, 1019 High- 
land Building. 

WEBSTER, BEVERIDGE,* director Pittsburgh Conservatory of Music, 128 
Dithridge Street ; Res. 419 Neville Street. 

WENTZELL, WILLIAM,* pianist; teacher of piano Pittsburgh Musical 
Institute ; composer songs and piano pieces ; organist and choir director First 
Reformed Church, Greensburg, Pa. ; address, 4259 Fifth Avenue. 

WETTACH, THEODORE G., organist Emanuel Church, Northside ; teacher 
of piano and organ; studio, 431 Penn Avenue; Mrs. Theodore G. Wettach 
(Mary Hasley) ; Res. 522 Knoll Street, N. S. ; summer home, Lindwood Park, 
Vermillion, Ohio. 

WHITE, MISS KATHRYN I.,* pianist; teacher of piano; composer songs 
and pieces for piano ; studio, Reymer Building. 

WHITMER, T. CARL,* pianist; organist; organist and choirmaster Sixth 
Presbyterian Church ; teacher of piano, organ, ensemble ; specialty harmony, 
composition ; member faculty Pittsburgh Musical Institute ; composer Toccata 
and Fanfare (organ), songs: "Cloud and Wind," "The Fog Maiden," "Ah, 
Love But A Day," "Symbolisms" (prose poems) ; other works in manuscript; 
Res. 316 Spahr Street. 

WOLFF, EMIL O.,* musical director Nixon Theatre ; violinist ; teacher of 
violin; composer songs and works for orchestra; Mrs. Emil O. Wolff (Jessie 
Dyer) ; Res. 5715 Callowhill Street. 

ZIEGLER, M. PAUL, teacher of piano, organ and singing; graduate Royal 
High School of Music, Berlin, Germany; musical director Frohsinn Singing 
Society ; composer songs, choruses, works for orchestra and piano ; Mrs. M. 
Paul Ziegler (Lucy Miiller) ; Res. Evergreen Road, R. F. D. No. 5. 



PENNSYLVANIA 427 

READING 

APOLLO MALE CHORUS 
HARRY P. THOMPSON, Musical Director 

WILLIAM DERSCH President 

PAUL ULLE Secretary 



LIEDERKRANZ 

GEORGE D. HAAGE, Musical Director 

226 South Fifth Street 

J. L. FETT President 

JOSEPH SVOBODO Secretary 

FAHRBACH, HARRY, musical director Reading Symphony Orchestra; 
teacher of violin and piano; Mrs. Harry E. Fahrbach (Elizabeth M. Kissin- 
ger) ; Res. 32 S. Eighth Street. 

HAAGE, GEORGE,* manager Haage concerts by distinguished artists; 
musical director Reading Liederkranz ; address, 236 S. Fifth Street. 

HEATON, WALTER,* F.R.C.O., F.A.G.O., concert organist; teacher of 
organ, piano, voice and musical composition ; organist and musical director 
Holy Cross Church ; musical director Olivet Glee Club and Girls Music Club ; 
musical critic Reading Herald; composer anthems, organ pieces, songs ; Res. 
512 Buttonwood Street; summer address, "Hill Crest," Walnuttown, Pa. 

KEMP, MISS ANNIE, teacher of piano; kindergarten classes; Res. 522 
Walnut Street. 

SCRANTON 

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

Louis BAKER PHILLIPS, Musical Director 
316 N. Washington Avenue 

ALFRED E. CONNELL, Connell Building President 

THEODORE BAUSCHMAN, Poplar Street V ice-President 

W. D. LANGERFELD, Shatf ord Avenue Secretary 

H. J. FEAR, Monsey Avenue Treasurer 



428 PENNSYLVANIA 

ORATORIO SOCIETY 

JOHN T. WATKINS, Musical Director 

726 Taylor Avenue 
EDGAR JONES, 39 S. Main Avenue Treasurer 



LADIES' MUSICAL CLUB 

JOHN T. WATKINS, Musical Director 

726 Taylor Avenue 

MRS. I. F. MYER, 812 Mulberry Street President 

Miss ANNA POTTER, 1412 Linden Street Vice-President 

Miss B. JUDGE, 534 Moosic Street Secretary 

MRS. A. E GALLENKAMP, 1554 Jefferson Avenue Treasurer 



JUNGER MAENNERCHOR 

JOHN T. WATKINS, Musical Director 
726 Taylor Avenue 

CHARLES GUTHEINZ, 329 Willow Street President 

GUSTAVE HETZEROTH, 429 N. Hyde Park Avenue Vice-President 

J. HENRY SCHMENKER, 815 Harrison Avenue Secretary 

FREDERICK KIRKHOF, South Side City Treasurer 



SCRANTON LIEDERKRANZ 

JOHN T. WATKINS, Musical Director 
726 Taylor Avenue 

L. J. SIEBECKER, 429 Madison Avenue President 

VICTOR WENZEL, Adams Avenue Secretary 

ERNEST GLOHR, South Side Treasurer 



PENNSYLVANIA 429 

ELM PARK CHURCH CHORAL SOCIETY 

JOHN T. WATKINS, Musical Director 
726 Taylor Avenue 

JOHN G. McCoNNELL, 1029 Quincy Avenue President 

FRANK J. EVANS, 429 Prescott Avenue Vice-President 

ROBERT SNYDER, 426 Depot Street Secretary 

BRIGGS, HAROLD S.,* pianist ; teacher of piano ; organist and choir- 
master Elm Park M. E. Church ; Res. 316 Washington Avenue. 

HAND, CHAUNCEY C.,* manager Keystone Concert Course; Res. 709 
Prescott Avenue. 

PHILLIPS, LOUIS BAKER,* conductor Scranton Symphony Orchestra, 
Treble Clef Club ; organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church ; 
pianist; teacher of piano, organ and harmony; studio, 316 Washington Ave- 
nue; Mrs. Louis Baker Phillips (Daisey A. Boon) ; Res. 917 Vine Street. 

WATKINS, JOHN T.,* concert baritone; teacher of singing; studio, 132 
Washington Avenue; musical director Scranton Oratorio Society, Junger 
Mannerchor of Scranton, Scranton Liederkranz, and Ladies' Musical Club of 
Scranton; conductor Elm Park Church Choral Society; Mrs. John T. Wat- 
kins (Margaret A. Lloyd) ; Res. 726 Taylor Avenue. 

SHARON 

HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY 

PAUL BROWNE PATTERSON, Musical Director 
439 E. Washington Street, New Castle, Pa. 

A. L. CROMLISH, A Street President 

ELLIS HILBORN, East State Vice-President 

L. P. RAY, Alcoma Street Secretary 

R. W. LUSE Treasurer 

TITUSVILLE 

TUESDAY MORNING MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. JOHN J. CARTER President 

Miss JESSIE DUNN Secretary and Treasurer 



430 PENNSYLVANIA 

STATE COLLEGE 

ROBINSON, CLARENCE CRAMER,* director of music Pennsylvania 
State College ; composer "Entreaty" ; other songs and part-songs ; anthems ; 
setting for "Jubilate Deo" ; organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church 
of State College ; tenor soloist ; teacher of singing ; Mrs. Clarence Cramer Rob- 
inson (Bessie Lillian Boles), head of piano department Pennsylvania State 
College ; pianist ; accompanist for Penn State Glee Club and State Male Quar- 
tet ; Res. Nittany Apartments. 

WILKES BARRE 

LONG, LEO W., concert manager; arranges local appearances for dis- 
tinguished visiting artists ; address, Wilkes Barre. 

YORK 

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

A. A. KOCH, Conductor 

C. C. FRICK President 

LESTER K. LOUCKS Secretary and Treasurer 



ORATORIO SOCIETY 
(No conductor at time of going to press) 

HON. A. B. FARQUHAR President 

J. A. MILLER Secretary 

D. P. KLINEDINST Assistant Secretary 

C. C. FRICK Treasurer 

GALBRAITH, WARREN HACKETT,* pianist; conductor; teacher of 
organ, piano and singing; organ and choir consultant; organist and choir- 
master Zion Lutheran Church ; ( formerly organist Old Christ Church, Phila- 
delphia, Christ P. E. Church, Germantown, Pa., and Mt. Calvary Church, 
Baltimore); musical director York City Band; Mrs. Warren Hackett Gal- 
braith (Jeanne R. H. Jordan) ; Res. 712 S. George Street. 

HERSHEY, URBAN H.,* pianist ; teacher of piano and theoretical branches ; 
conductor Schubert Choir (succeeding Henry Gordon Thunder), Y. M. C. 
A. Chorus, and Y. W. C. A. Chorus; organist and choirmaster St. Paul's 
Lutheran Church; studio, 109 S. Beaver Street; Mrs. Urban H. Hershey 
(Nettie W. Herr) ; Res. 815 Madison Avenue. 



RHODE ISLAND 

NEWPORT 

PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 

ALFRED G. LANGLEY, Musical Director 
1 School Street 

DR. C. F. BAKER, 32 Bull Street President 

ALFRED W. HOLLAND, 5 Bradford Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. CHARLES L. SLOCUM, 3 Hoffman Place Secretary 

MRS. WILLIAM H. WALCOTT, 8 Park Street Treasurer 

MRS. ALFRED G. LANGLEY, 1 School Street Historian 

LANGLEY, ALFRED G.,* musical director Newport Philharmonic Society ; 
pianist; has appeared with Kneisel Quartet, Hoffmann Quartet and Longy 
Club; accompanist; organist; teacher of organ; translator and editor Bach's 
cantata, "Es 1st Dir Gesagt, Mensch" ; also translator and editor Leibnitz's 
Critique of Locke, New Essays on Human Understanding, etc. ; Mrs. Alfred 
G. Langley (Maud Lincoln) ; Res. 1 School Street. 

PROVIDENCE 

ARION CLUB 

^ JULES JORDAN, Musical Director 
507 Butler Exchange 

GEORGE A. JEPHERSON, 32 Riverside Avenue President 

JAMES H. PARKINSON, 291 Weybosset Street Vice-President 

EDWARD C. BIXBY, Industrial Trust Building Secretary 

LIONEL P. STORR, 637 Butler Exchange Treasurer 



ORPHEUS QUARTET 

EDWARD M. WHEELER, Musical Director 
570 Public Street 

GEORGE F. WHEELWRIGHT, 52 Glenhany Street First Tenor 

EDWARD M. WHEELER, 570 Public Street Second Tenor 

STEPHEN E. HOPKINS, 1 Brenton Avenue First Bass 

ROBERT L. SPENCER, 29 Weybosset Street Second Bass 

431 



432 RHODE ISLAND 



MACDOWELL CLUB 

MRS. WILLIAM H. SWEETLAND, 200 Waterman Street President 

MRS. JAMES WHEATON LUTHER, 81 Lloyd Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. EDWARD LAWRENCE SINGSEN, 100 Greenwood Avenue Secretary 

MRS. EDWARD M. HARRIS, 4 Bell Street Treasurer 



CHAMINADE CLUB 

. Avis BLIVEN CHARBONNEL, 123 Benevolent Street President 

MRS. JAMES E. MCCONNELL, 129 Princeton Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. M. K. ZWOLINSKI, 109 Daboll Street Secretary 

MRS. CLINTON C. WHITE, 185 Elmgrove Avenue Treasurer 



CHOPIN CLUB 

MRS. GEORGE C. ARNOLD, 238 Adelaide Avenue President 

MRS. WILLIAM M. MUNCY, 23 Waterman Street Vice-President 

Miss MARY T. WINSOR, Greenville.R. I Secretary 

MRS. FREDERICK T. SIBLEY, 259 Olney Street Treasurer 

BOYLE, MISS LILLIAN PECKHAM, teacher of piano; formerly presi- 
dent Schubert Club ; address, 615 Jackson Building. 

BRERETON, MISS ELEANOR,* concert harpist ; lessons on Clarke Irish 
Harp ; harp instructor Cross Music School, Providence ; also teaches in Bos- 
ton ; address, Cross Music School ; Res. Longmeadow, R. I. 

XHILDS, EMMA WINSLOW (Mrs. Thomas M. Childs), concert pianist; 
appearances with Boston Symphony Orchestra, Providence Symphony Or- 
chestra, festivals, and in ensemble with other distinguished artists ; ex-president 
of Chopin Club; teacher of piano; Res. 47 Maple Street. 

CROSS, MISS EMMA GILBRETH, director Music School and Music 
School Settlement of Providence; pianist; teacher of piano; treasurer Strube 
Ensemble (Gustav Strube, conductor) ; manager of "The Listeners"; Res. 26 
Cabot Street. 

GOODWIN, T. R., manager Providence Sunday Night Concerts; address, 
care Tilden-Thurber Company. 



RHODE ISLAND 433 



HALL-WHYTOCK, ANTOINETTE (Mrs. David Park Whytock), con- 
tralto; organist ; manager De Luxe Concert Series; Res. 315 Thayer Street. 

IRONS, FLORENCE N. B. (Mrs. Irving P. Irons), pianist; pupil of Arthur 
Foote, Boston; teacher of piano and singing; voice pupil of Clara Kathleen 
Rogers, Boston; exponent of "English Diction for Singers and Speakers," 
by Mrs. Rogers ; choir director Trinity Episcopal Church, Pawtucket, R. I. ; 
Res. 120 Waterman Street. 

JORDON, JULES, Mus. Doc., conductor of Arion Club of Providence for 34 
years; musical director Narragansett Choral Society (Peacedale, R. I.) ; 
organist and choirmaster All Saints' Church, Pontiac, R. I. ; composer-author 
operas: "Rip Van Winkle," "Nisida," dramatic ballad "Barbara Frietchie"; 
operettas, songs, anthems, etc. ; formerly concert singer ; created title role in 
Berlioz's "Faust" in New York ( 1880) ; Res. 238 Waterman Street. 

PETTINE, GIUSEPPE, mandolinist ; teacher of mandolin ; editor mandolin 
department The Cadenza (monthly) ; author "Modern Mandolin School," 
"Modern System of the Plectrum Mechanism" ; composer "Fantasia Roman- 
tica," "Elegy," etc. ; studio, Lederer Building ; Res. 49 Penn Street. 

SHAWE, LOYAL PHILLIPS, concert baritone; teacher of singing; Res. 
249 Benefit Street. 

WESLEY, ALICE PITMAN* (Mrs. P. Raymond Wesley), concert soprano: 
church choir soloist ; teacher of singing ; musical director Y. W. C. A. Chorus 
and Music School Settlement Chorus ; composer Album of Five Songs, 4 love 
songs, Melody in B flat (for violin) ; mixed, male and female quartets, trios, 
ets. ; studio, 637 Butler Exchange ; Res. 12 Creighton Street. 

WILDE, EDWIN E., organist; teacher of singing; lecturer on History ot 
Music Brown University ; organist and choirmaster St. Stephen's Church ; 
president Rhode Island Federation of Musical Clubs; Res. 119 George Street. 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

CHARLESTON 

MUSICAL ART CLUB 

Miss ELLA ISABEL HYAMS, Chorus Director 
31 Coming Street 

Miss VIRGINIA TUPPER, 6 Glebe Street President 

Miss GERTRUDE COPPELMANN, 200 Rutledge Street Vice-President 

Miss NATHALIE DOTTERER, 102 Broad Street Secretary 

Miss JENNIE KROEG, 40 Legare Street Treasurer 

BAKER, MISS EDNA MARIE,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; head 
of violin department Ashley Hall; Res. 172 Rutledge Avenue; summer ad- 
dress, 949 Academy Hill, Stratford, Conn. 

COPPELMANN, MISS GERTRUDE,* pianist; director large musical kin- 
dergarten classes ; Res. 200 Rutledge Avenue. 

FINGER, MISS HESTER B., pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 291 Calhoun 
Street. 

HYAMS, MISS ELLA ISABEL,* director and manager Musical Art Club ; 
organist and choir director St. Andrew's Lutheran Church and Beth Elohim 
Synagogue; director of music Charleston Orphan House; Res. 31 Coming 
Street. 

KROEG, MISS JENNIE GERTRUDE, organist and choir director Grace 
Episcopal Church; pianist; teacher of piano and organ; treasurer Musical 
Art Club ; Res. 40 Legare Street. 

COLUMBIA 

~ ALLEN, ROBERT E., concert baritone ; organist ; teacher of organ and 
singing; instructor Chicora College for Women; organist and choirmaster 
First Baptist Church; address, Chicora College. 

BELLAMANN, HEINRICH HAUER,* director School of Music Chicora 
College for Women ; pianist ; teacher ; lecturer ; prepares pupils for I. Philipp 
of Paris ; composer sonata for violin and piano, quintet, songs, choral works, 
piano pieces; Mrs. Heinrich Hauer Bellamann (Katherine McKee Jones), 
soprano ; teacher of singing ; director Chicora Choral Society ; principal voice 
department Chicora College; Res. 1522 Blanding Street; summer address, 
50 Rue de 1'Universite, Paris, France. 

1 CHURCH, FRANK M.,* concert organist ; pianist ; teacher of organ and 
piano ; director of music Columbia College ; address, Columbia College ; sum- 
mer address, 621 E. Adams Street, Sandusky, Ohio. 

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SOUTH CAROLINA 435 

CONGAREE 

EDMUNDS, MISS LILA, pianist (pupil of Dr. H. H. Bellamann) ; teacher 
of piano; member music faculty Chicora College for Women (Columbia); 
address, Congaree. 



GREENVILLE 

POSTON, CHARLES E., bartione ; director conservatory of music Green- 
ville Woman's College ; organist First Baptist Church ; musical director Green- 
ville Choral Association ; address, Greenville Woman's College. 



HARTSVILLE 

TOLMAN, CARL JEAN,* pianist; organist; director of music Coker Col- 
lege; conductor Choral Art Society; sub-dean Carolina Chapter American 
Guild of Organists; composer, piano pieces and anthems; Mrs. Carl Jean 
Tolman (Charlotte Bailey); address, Coker College; summer address, Lake 
Cobbosseconttee, Winthrop, Maine. 



SPARTANBURG 

SPARTANBURG MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

"EDMON MORRIS, Musical Director 

WARREN DU?RE President 

A. M. CHREITZBERG Vice-President 

JOHN W. SIMPSON Secretary and Treasurer 



WOMAN'S MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. A. G. BLOTSKY, Musical Director 
186 Oakland Avenue 

Miss MARY HARB LAW, 364 Spring Street President 

MRS. B. L. BLACKWELL, 627 S. Church Street First Vice-President 

MRS. H. L. BOWMAN, 427 E. Main Street Second Vice-President 

MRS. OTTO GRASSE, 167 Oakland Avenue Secretary 

MRS. D. L. GUERRANT, 283 E. Main Street Treasurer 



436 SOUTH CAROLINA 

CONVERSE COLLEGE SCHOOL OF MUSIC,* Edmon Morris, dean and 
professor of singing ; comprehensive courses of study in piano, organ, singing, 
violin and all theoretical branches, from elementary instruction to artistic 
proficiency ; students graduated with B. Mus. diploma. 

GARDEN, CHESTER GLENN* (Mus. B. Oberlin Conservatory) ; concert 
pianist ; organist ; teacher of organ and piano ; professor of harmony, counter- 
point and theory, and associate professor of piano, Converse College ; address, 
Converse College ; summer home, West Lebanon, N. H. 

KLUMPKE, MISS JULIA,* concert violinist; head of violin department 
Converse College ; graduate New England Conservatory ; pupil of Ysaye 
(Brussels), Remy (Paris), and Heermann (Vienna) ; address, Converse Col- 
lege. 

LAW, MISS MARY HART, professor of piano and musical history Con- 
verse College; president Woman's Musical Club of Spartenburg; Res. 364 
Spring Street. 

MORRIS, EDMON,* dean school of music Converse College; conductor 
Converse College Choral Society ; musical director Spartanburg Music Festi- 
val; permanent address, 1535 Sellers Street, Frankfort, Philadelphia, Pa. 

PALMER, MISS MYRTAL C., head of pipe organ department and pro- 
fessor of piano Converse College ; composer songs and works for piano ; ex- 
supreme president Mu Phi Epsilon Musical Sorority; address, Converse Col- 
lege ; summer address, Wasepi, St. Joseph County, Michigan. 



SOUTH DAKOTA 

ABERDEEN 

MONDAY MUSIC GLUB 

MRS. HELEN GAMBEL, 215 Sixth Avenue, S. W President 

BROOKINGS 

STATE COLLEGE MILITARY BAND 

(Fourth Regiment Band) 
LIEUTENANT CARL CHRISTENSEN, Musical Director 

JAMES BERGEIM President 

ERNEST AINSWORTH Vice-President 

GEORGE GILBERTSON Business Manager 

H. HUBBIE PICKETT Treasurer 

YANKTON 



DAILEY, LEE N., director Yankton College Conservatory of Music; 
pianist ; singer ; teacher of piano and singing ; musical director Yankton Choral 
Union; choirmaster First Congregational Church; address, Yankton College. 

TENNENT, MISS ANNIE E., acting director Yankton College Conserva- 
tory of Music; organist First Congregational Church; teacher of piano and 
organ ; address, Yankton College. 



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TENNESSEE 

CHATTANOOGA 

MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. MORRIS E. TEMPLE, 520 Oak Street President 

JOSEPH O. CADEK, 321 Walnut Street First Vice-President 

Miss ETHEL O'NEILL, East Terrace Second Vice-President 

MRS. C. A. GARRATT, 434 Duncan Avenue Secretary 

MRS. ROBERT SCHWARTZ, 803 Market Street Corresponding Secretary 

D. A. GRAVES, 818 E. Eighth Street Treasurer and Librarian 

Program Committee 

MRS. JOHN LAMAR MEEK, 550 Oak Street, Chairman 
MRS. R. A. BETTIS, Fort Worth Place 
JOSEPH A. CADEK, Fort Worth Place 
HOWARD L. SMITH, North Chattanooga 



CHORAL SOCIETY 

AUGUST SCHMIDT, Musical Director 
415 Houston Street 

MRS. L. G. WALKER, 409 Pine Street President 

R. S. PORTER, 1140 Market Street Secretary and Treasurer 

CADEK, JOSEPH O.,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; president and 
owner Cadek Conservatory of Music; Res. 321 Walnut Street. 

LEACH, ERNEST DAWSON,* organist and choirmaster First Methodist 
Church ; teacher of piano, organ and harmony ; specialist on Boy Choir Train- 
ing ; Res. 321 Cedar Street. 

LUDEBUEHL, J. P., pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer of songs, works 
for piano and organ ; Res. 226 Oak Street. 

POMEROY, LEO BONNELL,* concert organist; boy choir training spe- 
cialist; organist and choirmaster St. Paul's Episcopal Church; address, St. 
Paul's Rectory. 

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TENNESSEE 439 



SCHMIDT, AUGUST, teacher of singing; organist and choirmaster Pilgrim 
Congregational Church; musical director Chattanooga Choral Society; Mrs. 
August Schmidt (Grayce King) ; Res. 514 Houston Street. 

TEICHFUSS, R. L.,* pianist; teacher of piano and singing; organist and 
choirmaster Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Churches ; musical director 
Chattanooga Maennerchor ; Mrs. R. L. Teichfuss (Alice P. Gass) ; Res. 532 
Chestnut Street. 

HARROGATE 

MANNING, MISS E. THEO.,* director conservatory of music Lincoln 
Memorial University; composer of collection of songs ("Love's Messengers"), 
chamber music, music for the church ; address, Lincoln Memorial University. 

MEMPHIS 

BEETHOVEN CLUB 

Miss MARTHA TRUDEAU, Woman's Building President 

MRS. DAVID L. GRIFFITH, 255 S. Watkins Street Vice-President 

MRS. J. L. ANDREWS, 1299 Carr Avenue Secretary 

MRS. J. F. HILL, Gayosa Hotel Treasurer 

CORTESE, ANGELO, concert harpist ; teacher of harp ; Mrs. Angelo Cortese 
(Lorienne Mann); address, Kimball Hall, Glaslyn Building; summer home, 
Sarnia Beach, Canada. 

GRIFFITH, MRS. DAVID L.* (Grace Vaughn), solo contralto Calvary 
P. E. Church ; educated for professional career and sang in concerts before 
marriage; ex-president Beethoven Club of Memphis; Res. 245 S. Watkins 
Street. 

TRUDEAU, MISS MARTHA, pianist ; president Beethoven Club ; teacher of 
piano; prominent in all musical activities; address, Woman's Building. 

NASHVILLE 

RICE, DE LONG, general manager The Rice Bureau ; address, 18 Vanderbilt 
Building. 

STARR, CHARLES W., tenor soloist; teacher of singing; choirmaster 
Immanuel Baptist Church; Mrs. Charles W. Starr (Ruth E. Wells); Res. 
714 Eighteenth Avenue, S. 

WASHBURN, CHARLES C., dean voice department Ward-Belmont Col- 
lege; singer; teacher of singing; special programs: "Songs of the South" and 
"Songs of Childhood" ; instructor (summer months) Chautauqua Institu- 
tion, Chautauqua, N. Y. ; address, Ward-Belmont College. 

WINKLER, EMIL, pianist; lecturer; director Ward-Belmont Conservatory 
of Music; Mrs. Emil Winkler (Mary Falconer), pianist; teacher of piano 
Ward-Belmont Conservatory; Res. 1500 Acklen Avenue. 



TEXAS 

BELTON 

MUSIC CLUB 

DR. T. S. LOVETTE, Musical Director 
Baylor College Campus 

MRS. LESLIE MITCHELL, 917 N. Main Street President 

Miss BELLE JAMES, 715 N. Penelope Street Vice-President 

MRS. F. S. GOEPPINGER, 405 Wells Street Secretary 

MRS. JOHN BLOOMER, 439 N. Penelope Street Treasurer 

LOVETTE, EVA WHITFORD* (Mrs. T. S. Lovette), concert soprano; 
pianist ; teacher of singing ; dramatic reader ; head of vocal department Bay- 
lor College; Res. Baylor College; summer address, 3369 Eighteenth Street, 
Washington, D. C. 

LOVETTE, DR. T. S.,* musical director Fine Arts College Baylor Uni- 
versity ; concert pianist ; orchestra conductor ; organist Belton Music Club ; 
Texas State editor of The Clef (Kansas City, Mo.) ; composer Nocturne in D 
Minor, "Das Bliimchen," etc. ; Mrs. T. S. Lovette (Eva Whitford) ; summer 
address, 3369 Eighteenth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

BONHAM 

CHAMINADE CHORAL CLUB 

MRS. ROSSER THOMAS .President 

Miss MARY KENNEDY Secretary 

CLEBURNE 

HARMONY CLUB 

MRS. R. A. KELLEY President 

MRS. M. DENNIS V ice-President 

MRS. M. E. KENARD Secretary 

DR. O. N. MORGAN Treasurer 

440 



TEXAS 441 

CORSICANA 

NEVIN CLUB 

Miss LOUISE PACE President 

MRS. W. A. RANSOM V ice-President 

MRS. ESTILL CUNNINGHAM Secretary 

Miss DOROTHY DRANE Treasurer 

DALLAS 

MOZART CHORAL CLUB 

EARLE D. BEHRENDS, Musical Director 
4943 Victor Street 

EARLE D. BEHRENDS, 4943 Victor Street President 

JOSEPHINE WOLF, 4928 Crutcher Street Vice-President 

LELLIE SWANN, 301 Hill Avenue Correspotiding Secretary 

EARLE G. HENRY, 507 Prairie Avenue Recording Secretary 

DAISY T. BEHRENDS, 4943 Victor Street Financial Secretary 

W. C. HORNADAY, 4629 Worth Street Treasurer 

CORA E. BEHRENDS, 4943 Victor Street Business Manager 

ALVAH MANNAN, 5421 Eastside Avenue Librarian 

BIRDIE BATCHELOR, 3504 Live Oak Street Assistant Librarian 

WAYNE W. ADDINGTON, 4817 Worth Street Press Correspondence 

LAURETTA PETERMAN, 3604 San Jacinto Street Accompanist 

Executive Committee 
E. C. BLESI, 99 S. W. Life Building 
MATTIE WADE GAMBLE, 4708 Columbia Avenue 
MRS. R. I. CORPENING, 4702 Junius Street 
J. OLLIE HUMPHREYS, 1101 Main Street 



MOZART ORCHESTRA 

EARLE D. BEHRENDS, Musical Director 
MRS. CORA E. BEHRENDS, 4943 Victor Street Business Manager 



442 TEXAS 

SCHUBERT CHORAL CLUB 

JULIUS A. HAHN, Musical Director 

3610 Rawlins Street 

MRS. E. H. POLLARD, 3420 Gaston Avenue President 

MRS. EDWARD F. PITTMAN, 916 N. Washington Avenue V ice-President 

MRS. R. N. CARR, 812 N. Beckley Avenue Secretary 

MRS. H. A. COLLINS, 3903 Bryan Street Treasurer 

ASHENDEN, CLARENCE B.,* concert baritone (formerly of Boston, 
Mass.); teacher of singing; studio, Bush Temple; Res. 3011 Fairmount 
Avenue. 

BEHRENDS, EARLE D., concert tenor; oratorio; teacher of singing; con- 
ductor and president Mozart Choral Club; musical director Grace M. E. 
Church; violinist; Mrs. Earle D. Behrends (Daisy Teagarden) ; Res. 4943 
Victor Street. 

HARPER, A. L., editor The Musicale; manager of concert artists; Mrs. 
A. L. Harper (Flossie Lee), teacher of singing; Res. 3612 Wendelken Street. 

TOWNS, KIRK, concert baritone; oratorio; recital; dean of vocal depart- 
ment Southern Methodist University; Res. Oriental Hotel. 

WATKIN, ROBERT N., chairman music committee Dallas Chamber of Com- 
merce; member board of control National Piano Merchants' Association; 
secretary Will A. Watkin Co., and Watkin Musical Agency, managers of 
concert artists; Res. 4512 Swiss Avenue. 

DENISON 

MAC DOWELL CHORAL CLUB 

MRS. VIOLA MUNSON GREEN, Musical Director 

T. E. LACKEY President 

MRS. W. C. GREEN, 1015 W. Sears Street Secretary and Treasurer 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF XXI CLUB 

MRS. S. P. KING, 931 W. Bond Street Chairman 



TEXAS 443 

EL PASO 

ALEXANDER, ALBERT GEORGE, tenor soloist; teacher of singing; head 
of public speaking department El Paso High School ; conductor El Paso High 
School Symphony Orchestra ; choirmaster Westminster Presbyterian Church ; 
Mrs. Albert George Alexander (Olive Luscom Pinson-Turner) ; Res. 1002^2 
Arizona Street. 



FORT WORTH 

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

" CARL VENTH, Musical Director 
Polytechnic 

BENJAMIN J. TILLAR, 1446 Eighth Avenue President 

MRS. J. F. LYONS, 1411 Hemphill Street Vice-President 

R. ELLISON HARDING, 1605 Sunset Avenue Secretary and Treasurer 



HARMONY CLUB 

4 CARL VENTH, Musical Director 
Polytechnic 

MRS. JOHN F. LYONS, 1411 Hemphill Street President 

MRS. W. C. BRYANT, 1325 Seventh Avenue Vice-President 

Miss IRENE ECHOLS, 406 W. N. Twelfth Street Secretary 

MRS. ERNEST FECHNER, 2924 Travis Avenue Treasurer 



APOLLO CHORUS 

SAM S. LOSH Director and Manager 

W. J. MARSH, 122 Galveston Avenue Assistant Director and Pianist 

E. CLYDE WHITLOCK, 

Corner Cannon and College Avenues Assistant Director 

CHARLES TAYLOR, 1001^4 Main Street Business Manager 



444 TEXAS 

EUTERPEAN CLUB 

MRS. C. W. CONNERY, 1530 Cooper Street President 

MRS. LEON GROSS, Buckingham Apartments Vice-President 

MRS. R. H. FOSTER, 2319 Lipscomb Street Secretary 

MRS. C. C. McLENDON, 817 W. Bois d'Arc Street Treasurer 

BAUER, MAXIMILLIAN H., pianist; organist and choirmaster First Chris- 
tian Church of Fort Worth; musical director Arlington Heights College; 
teacher of piano, organ and theory; pupil of Jadassohn, Reinecke, Mueller- 
Hartung; formerly engaged as teacher in Leipzig (Germany), St. Louis and 
Galveston ; Res. 1131 Alston Avenue. 

BEUTEL, CARL, pianist; pupil of Jonas and Brill, Berlin; formerly director 
of music Texas Christian University, Union University (Jackson, Tenn.), 
and artist teacher Indianapolis Conservatory of Music; composer American 
sonata (violin and piano), American suite (orchestra), "Marche Heroique," 
piano quartet, soli for piano and songs; Res. 1200 Travis Avenue. 

CAHOON, M. FREDERIC, director of music Texas Christian University; 
teacher of violin ; Mrs. M. Frederic Cahoon (Helen Fouts) ; address, Texas 
Christian University. 

CAHOON. MRS. M. FREDERIC (Helen Fouts), concert soprano; head of 
voice department Texas Christian University; address, the University. 

DOERING, CARL R., pianist; head of piano department Texas Christian 
University. 

HAMILTON, THOMAS, teacher of singing and harmony Texas Christian 
University. 

HEMPHILL, ANDREW, concert tenor; teacher of voice and artistic sing- 
ing; pupil of Jean de Reszke; director Hemphill Residence Studios, 818 
Lamar Street. 

' LYONS, MRS. JOHN F.,* pianist ; president Harmony Club ; formerly musi- 
cal director of the club; vice-president Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra; 
Res. 1411 Hemphill Street. 

A MARSH, WILFRID J., organist First Presbyterian Church and Jewish Tem- 
ple, Fort Worth; pianist; accompanist Fort Worth Choral Club; pupil of 
Oberhoffer, Ampleforth College, Yorkshire, England, and B. S. Lee of Liver- 
pool; composer cantatas: "Psalm of Thanksgiving" and "Victory"; song 
cycle "A Dream Wreath"; suite for two violins and piano; "Sunset" (chorus 
for women's voices ; 3 masses, 2 services for synagogue ; Res. 122 Galveston 
Avenue. 



TEXAS 445 

VENTH, MRS. CARL* (Cathinka F. Myhr), teacher of piano Texas 
Woman's College. 

VENTH, CARL,* concert violinist; teacher of violin, harmony and com- 
position; composer "Romantic Symphonic," "Forest Scenes" (for orchestra), 
2 operas, "The Resurrection" (cantata), "Myth Voices" (cantata), sonatas 
for violin and piano, trios, string quartets, songs, smaller works for piano 
and violin; director Conservatory Texas Woman's College, Harmony Club, 
Symphony Orchestra ; music critic Forth Worth Record; choirmaster First 
Methodist Church; Mrs. Carl Venth (Cathinka Myhr) ; address, Polytechnic. 

WHITLOCK, E. CLYDE,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; director 
violin department Fort Worth School of Music, and St. Mary's College 
(Dallas) ; concertmaster Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra; composer songs 
and solos for violin; Mrs. E. Clyde Whitlock (Anna Waples), pianist; mem- 
ber of faculty Fort Worth School of Music ; Res. 922 Cannon Avenue. 

WILSON, MISS ALINE, pianist; teacher of piano Texas Christian Uni- 
versity. 

GALVESTON 

GIRLS' MUSICAL CLUB 

Miss LINDA FOWLER President 

MRS. WALTER FORDTRAN Vice-President 

Miss EDITH HUTCHINS Secretary 

Miss BEATRICE HUFFMASTER Treasurer 

Miss MARIE CLARKE Chairman of Program Committee 

COURTS, MISS ELLA,* dramatic soprano; concert, recital and oratorio; 
teacher of singing ; Res. 3228 Avenue O. 

GEORGETOWN 

MANCHESTER, ARTHUR L., dean of fine arts Southwestern Univer- 
sity; bass-baritone; professor of singing, harmony, counterpoint and compo- 
sition; author "Twelve Lessons in the Fundamentals of Voice Production"; 
articles in literary and musical magazines; organist and choirmaster Univer- 
sity M. E. Church; Mrs. Arthur L. Manchester (Etta E. Kribbs) ; address, 
Southwestern University. 

GREENVILLE 

SAINT CECILIAN MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. J. P. BECKHAM President 

Miss LOUISE VON ENDE Secretary 



446 TEXAS 

TUESDAY MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. P. J. HAYES President 

MRS. JOSEPH WOOD Secretary 

HILLSBORO 

MACDOWELL MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. HENRY ROBERTS President 

Miss BERTHA WILSON Secretary 

HOUSTON 

(The new Houston Club elections were not received.) 

HUTCHESON, MRS. WILLE, for 15 years music critic and member Hous- 
ton Daily Post editorial staff ; member advisory board Women's Choral Club ; 
dean Girls' Musical Club; special teacher of modern languages, history and 
literature; author series of "Synchronized Musico-Historical Charts" (copy- 
righted) ; letters of European Travel for papers and magazines ; correspondent 
Musical America (New York); Res. 49-A Rossonian Apartments; summer 
address, care, Hutcheson & Hutcheson, attorneys-at-law, First National Bank. 

MORGAN, MISS KATHERINE, pianist; teacher of piano and harmony; 
instructor in Lauderdale-Roach Select School for Girls, 2303 Main Street; 
Res. 1117 Jackson Boulevard. 

PLUNKETT, ANNA CLYDE (Mrs. Herbert C. Plunkett), concert and 
light opera soprano; teacher of singing; Res. 12 Milam Apartments. 

WARNER, H. T., manages occasional concerts of the high-priced artists ; 
address, Houston Daily Post. 

JACKSONVILLE 

YOCUM, MISS BERTHA,* director of piano Alexander Collegiate Insti- 
tute ; concert pianist ; six years study under Leschetizky and his assistants 
of Vienna certified ; teacher of piano and theory ; composer "My Early 
Home" (song) ; director Summer Normal Course in Piano, Our Lady of 
the Lake, San Antonio, Texas; address, Alexander Collegiate Institute; per- 
manent residence, 6819 Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 

LONGVIEW 

MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. ROBERT ECHOLS President 

MRS. PAUL BRANLETTE Secretary 



TEXAS 447 

MARLIN 

WEDNESDAY MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. M. E. CHAMBERS President 

Miss ROSALIND KYSER Secretary 

MARSHALL 

MARSHALL MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. N. P. TURNER President 

MRS. F. J. DAHMER Vice-President 

Miss LUCILE JONES Secretary 

MRS. H. A. BROWN Treasurer 

SAN ANTONIO 

MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 

A H. W. B. BARNES, Musical Director 
315 Pecan Street 

D. J. WOODWARD, 717-718 State Bank Trust Building President 

J. H. SAVAGE, 520 Bedell Building Vice-President 

CHARLES D. HALL, 422 Moore Building Secretary 

SYLVAN LANG, 228 West Commerce Street Treasurer 



ORATORIO SOCIETY 

H. W. B. BARNES, Musical Director 
315 Pecan Street 

HERMAN HORNER President 

H. E. DICKINSON Vice-President 

EARL McCLOUD Secretary. 

A. H. BALL Treasurer 



448 TEXAS 

APOLLO CLUB 

H. W. B. BARNES, Musical Director 
315 Pecan Street 

A. M. FISHER President 

HERMAN HORNER Vice-President 

EARL McCixiUD Secretary 

H. C. COTTERALL Treasurer 



SYMPHONY SOCIETY 

ARTHUR CLAASSEN, Musical Director 
Menger Hotel 

MRS. ELI HERTZBERG President 

MRS. H. P. DROUGHT Vice-President 

Miss MILDRED GATES Secretary and Treasurer 



MOZART SOCIETY 

ARTHUR CLAASSEN, Musical Director 
Menger Hotel 

MRS. J. G. HORNBERGER President 

Miss BOSCHEAT Vice-President 

MRS. VAN DER STEAATEN Secretary 

MRS. EUGENE STAFFEL . . Treasurer 



BEETHOVEN MAENNERCHOR 

ARTHUR CLAASSEN, Musical Director 
Menger Hotel 

JACOB WAGNER President 

ERNST RABA Vice-President 

RICHARD ERLER Secretary 

CONRAD NEUSS . , . Treasurer 



TEXAS 449 

CLAASSEN, ARTHUR,* conductor Symphony Society, Mozart Society and 
Beethoven Society (all San Antonio) ; composer, works for orchestra, songs, 
choruses, pieces for piano ; Res. The Menger Hotel. 

FOX, OSCAR J., musical director; manager of distinguished concert 
artist; address, 1617 Main Street. 

GATES, MISS MILDRED, teacher of piano; accompanist; secretary San 
Antonio Symphony Society; address, 211 Lexington Avenue. 

HUFFMEYER, MISS STELLA, pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 115 Gem- 
bier Street. 

MORRIS, HAROLD, concert pianist; graduate and post-graduate Cin- 
cinnati Conservatory of Music ; formerly a member of the Conservatory 
faculty; teacher of piano; composer 2 sonatas (for piano), other works for 
piano, 1 operetta, songs ; Res. 101 Madison Street. 

SCHUETZE, L. J., teacher of violin and other string instruments ; com- 
posed "Lost Love Fantasie," "Marie Waltz"; musical director San Antonio 
Mandolin and Guitar Orchestra ; Res. 405 Hays Street. 



SULPHUR SPRINGS 

TREBLE CLEF CLUB 

MRS. CARL STERLING President 

MRS. GEORGE MARKHAM Secretary 

TYLER 

MUSICAL COTERIE 

MRS. A. P. BALDWIN President 

MRS. F. J. HAWN Vice-President 

MRS. W. T. CLAY Secretary 

MRS. J. F. WITTE Treasurer 



450 TEXAS 



WAXAHACHIE 

MUSIC CLUB 

Miss JULIA SOLON President 

MRS. J. LEE PENN Vice-President 

MRS. EDWARD Du BOSE Secretary 

Miss W. SOWELL Treasurer 

GRAHAM, JOHN BERT, director of music Trinity University ; teacher of 
singing, organ and theory ; choirmaster Central Presbyterian Church ; Mrs. 
John Bert Graham (Blanche Maxon) ; Res. 107 Sycamore Street; summer 
addresses: Sandusky, Ohio, and Mobile, Ala. 

WEATHERFORD 

CHORAL CLUB 

MRS. B. HUDSON President 

MRS. OSCAR BARTHOLD Secretary 

WICHITA FALLS 

KREBS, T. L.,* musical director Wichita Falls College of Music; author 
"Musical Authors," "Evening Service for the Sabbath," "Manual of Modula- 
tion," "Old Grayjacket's Pilgrimage," "One Thousand Questions and 
Answers on Musical Theory" ; address, 1404 Eleventh Street. 



UTAH 

OGDEN 

BALLENTYNE, JOSEPH, conductor Ogden Tabernacle Choir (500 voices). 

PROVO 

RAYLANCE, KENNETH G.,* concert violinist; teacher of violin; musical 
director Springville High School; conductor Springville Municipal Band; 
Mrs. Kenneth G. Roylance (Una Fantin) ; address, Provo. 

SALT LAKE CITY 

ORPHEUS CLUB 

ALFRED HOLMES PEABODY, Conductor 
1064 Third Avenue 

W. M. LANGDON, 377 S. Seventh Street, E President 

E. E. BENNETT, 23 Wellington Court Secretary 

FRED BENNETT, 347 Whitney Avenue Treasurer 

(The results of the new election were not received.) 

GILES, THOMAS,* head of music department University of Utah ; musical 
director Musical Society and Bach Society of the University of Utah; con- 
cert pianist; teacher of piano (advanced students) ; professor Giles directed 
the first Grand Opera performance (1912) in the State of Utah (with local 
talent, chorus of 150 and orchestra of 60) ; operas included "Cavalleria Rus- 
ticana," "Pagliacci" and "Traviata"; Res. 115 Third Avenue. 

HALL, MISS MATIE, teacher of piano ; graduate University of California ; 
formerly instructor of piano Mills College, California; studio, 1311 E. Fourth 
South Street ; Res. 78 E. First North Street. 

MC CLELLAN, JOHN J.,* concert organist ; organist Mormon Tabernacle ; 
has given over 3,500 recitals on the Tabernacle organ ; pianist ; director Utah 
Conservatory of Music; conductor Salt Lake City Symphony Orchestra; 
director American Theatre Concert Orchestra ; president Modern Music Pub- 
lishing Company, Salt Lake City; member executive committee National 
Association of Organists ; composer "National Ode to Irrigation" ; author 
"Modern Pianoforte Course"; Mrs. John J. McClellan (Mary E. Douglass) ; 
Res. 688 First Avenue. 

PEABODY, ALFRED HOLMES, pianist ; basso ; for over 20 years musical 
director Orpheus Club ; for 20 years organist and choirmaster St. Mark's 
Episcopal Church ; composer "Te Deum," church hymns, ballads ; bank cashier 
by profession ; Res. 1046 Third Avenue. 

451 



452 UTAH 

PEABODY, GRACE J. (Mrs. Alfred Holmes Peabody), pianist; organist; 
accompanist; state vice-president National Federation of Musical Clubs; 
member Musical Art Society ; member National Board for Community Music ; 
chairman D. A. R. music ; Res. 1046 Third Avenue. 

PERKINS, ETHELYN F. (Mrs. Percival O. Perkins), pianist; teacher of 
piano; organist Second Church of Christ Scientist; Res. Apartment 6, The 
Nelson. 

WOLMUTH, RUDOLPH,* violinist; teacher of violin; musical director 
Hotel Utah Orchestra ; studio, 48 E. South Temple ; Res. 69 N. State Street. 



SPRINGVILLE 

CHILDS, CHAUNCEY H.,* 'cellist; baritone; pianist; teacher of 'cello, 
violin, piano and singing; supervisor of music Millard County High School 
(Fillmore, Utah) ; also supervisor of Public School Music in Fillmore; ad- 
dress, Springville. 



VERMONT 

BURLINGTON 

SAINT JOSEPH'S CHORAL SOCIETY 

EDWARD J. BEAUPRE, Musical Director 

REV. J. M. CLOARIC President 

REV. J. M. BILLON Vice-President 

ALBERT GRAVEL Secretary 

REV. J. A. LACONTURE Treasurer 

NICHOLS, JOHN W.,* tenor soloist; teacher of singing; director vocal 
department University of Vermont; address, the University. 

NICHOLS, MRS. JOHN W. (Hester Hardman), pianist; teacher of piano; 
associate Royal College of Music, London, England; address, University of 
Vermont. 



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VIRGINIA 

BRIDGEWATER 

ROLLER, CHARLES WILLIAM, musical director Bridgewater College; 
singer; teacher of singing; Mrs. Charles William Roller (Gertrude Floyd); 
address, Bridgewater College. 

BRISTOL 

CHORAL SOCIETY 

C. P. DANIEL, 632 Alabama Street President 

MRS. MADELINE BENNETT, Buford Street Secretary 

ROBERT L. PENNINGTON, 825 Highland Avenue Treasurer 



MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. JOHN R. DICKEY, corner Virginia and State Streets President 

MRS. BEN COCHRAN, Winsor Avenue Secretary 

MRS. HENRY ROBERTS, Oak Street Treasurer 

SCHROETTER, SAMUEL THEODORE, pianist; organist; teacher of 
piano and harmony ; pupil of Jedliczka and Ansorge, Berlin ; director of 
music Virginia Intermount College Conservatory of Music; Res. 506 Har- 
meling Street. 

FREDERICKSBURG 

FRANKLIN, FREDERIC ARTHUR, teacher of piano, violin and theory; 
director Fredericksburg School of Music; composer and arranger of educa- 
tional pieces for piano and violin, and other works; Res. 605 Fourteenth 
Street. 

HOLLINS 

FUCHS, HENRY H., violinist; formerly first violin Haydn String Quartet 
and Caramer Quintet ; formerly assistant to Dr. Cornelius Riibner, head music 
department Columbia University, New York, and conductor Columbia Uni- 
versity Philharmonic Society; instructor of violin, harmony, theory, compo- 
sition, history and appreciation of music at Hollins College; address, Hol- 
lins College. 

RATH, ERICH,* director of music Hollins College ; organist and choir 
director Hollins Chapel ; director Hollins Choral Club ; instructor of piano 
and organ (graduating class) ; Mrs. Erich Rath (Leila Mason Turner) ; ad- 
dress, Hollins College. 

454 



VIRGINIA 455 



LYNCHBURG 

ADAMS, MISS EMMA, pianist; organist and choir director First Presby- 
terian Church ; manager of concerts by celebrated artists ; Res. 809 Clay Street. 

WILKINSON, WINSTON, concert violinist; teacher of violin; winner in 
violin contest American Federation of Musical Clubs for Southern District, 
held in Memphis, Tenn., April 23rd, 1915; Res. 917 Sixteenth Street. 

NORFOLK 

TIDE WATER MALE CHORAL SOCIETY 
EDWIN FELLER, Conductor 

Southland Hotel 
Ros. V. STEELE, Assistant Conductor 

REV. D. W. HOWARD President 

J. R. FISHER Vice-President 

Ros. V. STEELE , Secretary 

MORDAUNT ETHERIDGE Treasurer 

ROBERT BRYDON, JR Director 

J. J. DALTON Director 

J. H. NININGER Director 

WESLEY LABLANC Librarian 

C. M. DAVIDSON Librarian 

JOHN FERRANT Librarian 

G. R. SCOTT Librarian 

R. G. SMITH Adv. Manager 

Miss CLARA PATTERSON Accompanist 

MRS. EDWIN FELLER Accompanist 



OPERA COMPANY 

PROF. WALTER E. HOWE, Musical Director 

822 Duke Street 
MRS. CHARLES H. CONSOLVO, 301 Forty-second Street, Riverview President 

ROBERT BRYDON, JR., 

Hull Drafting Office (New York Navy Yard) Vice-President 

EDGAR HECHT, Citizens' Bank Building Secretary 

MANUEL BERGER, 212 Main Street Treasurer 



456 VIRGINIA 



FELLER, EDWIN,* basso-cantante ; teacher of singing; choir director 
St. Luke's M. E. Church ; conductor Tide Water Male Choral Society ; Mrs. 
Edwin Feller (Mary Patton Stearnes) ; address, Southland Hotel; summer 
residence, Pulaski, Va. 

HOWE, WALTER EDWARD, concert pianist ; organist and choirmaster of 
historic St. Paul's P. E. Church (built in 1739) ; accepts pupils in organ and 
composition ; conductor Norfolk Opera Company ; Handel and Haydn Ora- 
torio Society ; director Howe-Koerner Music School ; composer 5 sonatas ( for 
piano) ; best known songs: "I'll Love Thee Till I Die," "Withered Heather," 
"Sea Pieces," "Four Leaf Clover," "Song of Love"; Christmas cantata; 
Mrs. Walter Edward Howe (Lillian Evangeline Leach) ; Res. 822 Duke 
Street. 

KENT, HAROLD, concert baritone ; recital ; oratorio ; pianist ; organist and 
choirmaster Methodist Church ; Res. 448 Granby Street. 

RICHMOND 

WEDNESDAY CLUB 

W. H. BAKER, Musical Director 

1523 Floyd Avenue 

* JOHN G. CORLEY, 213 E. Broad Street President 

H. T. MELONEY Vice-President 

G. JETER JONES, Merchants' National Bank Secretary 

G. W. GREENER, 213 Broad Street Treasurer 

COSBY, ERNEST H.,* organist and choirmaster All Saints' P. E. Church 
of Richmond ; concert organist and teacher of organ ; instructor of piano, 
harmony and theory of music Westhampton College; conductor College 
Chorus ; associate American Guild of Organists ; Res. 2236 W. Grace Street. 

GALBRAITH, J. LAMONT, organist and choir director First Presbyterian 
Church ; teacher of singing ; composer songs, duets, anthems and the cantata 
"Alleluia ! Hail With Gladness" ; Res. 2703 Hanover Avenue. 

LOTH, L. LESLIE, pianist; teacher of piano, harmony and composition; 
composer 2 symphonies (orchestra), string quartet, trio, quartet for mixed 
instruments, sonata for piano, etc. ; Res. 7y 2 East Marshall Street. 

MERCER, WALTER, Mus. Doc., director of music Richmond public 
schools ; member board of governors Wednesday Club ; Mrs. Walter C. Mer- 
cer (Elizabeth Walker), soprano soloist Grace Street Baptist Church; Res. 
505 West Grace Street. 



VIRGINIA 457 



MUSICAL BUREAU OF THE CORLEY COMPANY,* manager Farrar 
recital (1916) and Alma Gluck (1917) ; address, The Corley Company. 

REINHARDT, JACOB, Mus. Doc., director of music Woman's College; 
professor of music Westhampton College ; organist emeritus St. Paul's P. E. 
Church of Richmond; organist and choirmaster Temple Beth Ahaba; pianist; 
violinist ; musical director Gesang-Verein Virginia ; Mrs. Jacob Reinhardt 
(Emily Beier) ; Res. 12 East Grace Street. 

VAN RIPER, FLORA (Mrs. Edward F. Van Riper), soprano soloist St. 
Paul's P. E. Church and Temple Beth Ahaba ; teacher of singing and sight 
reading; director voice department Westhampton College of Richmond; Res. 
302 W. Grace Street. 

WATSON, LESLIE F., teacher of music in Richmond high schools; 
director J. M. H. S. Orchestra; organist St. John's German Evangelical 
Church ; dean Virginia Chapter American Guild of Organists ; composer .or- 
chestral suite, "Moonlight, Forest and Mountain"; organ suite, songs, piano 
pieces, etc. ; address, Box 5, Station B. 

WHITTEMORE, JOSEPH, concert tenor; soloist First Baptist Church 
and Richmond Synagogue; Res. 2513 Park Avenue. 



WASHINGTON 

BELLINGHAM 

DRESSER, MISS MARGUERITE FRANCES,* teacher or piano and organ ; 
conducts a musical kindergarten ; organist First Congregational Church ; Res. 
2000 J Street. 

PULLMAN 

KIMBROUGH, HERBERT, head department of music and fine arts State 
College of Washington ; pianist ; teacher of piano. 

SEATTLE 
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

\[OHN M. SPARGUR, Musical Director 
604 University Street 

CHARLES LOMBARD, 604 University Street President 

W. E. MURRAY, 604 University Street Vice-President 

ORVILLE M. SNYDER, 604 University Street Secretary 

ERWIN GASTEL, 604 University Street Treasurer 



CLEF CLUB 

CLIFFORD W. KANTNER, 211 Fletcher Building President 

DAVID F. DAVIES, 821 Seventeenth Avenue Vice-President 

DAVID SCHEETZ CRAIG, 309 Fischer Studio Building Secretary 

FERDINAND DUNKLEY, 1617 Fourteenth Avenue Treasurer 



LADIES' MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. W. D. PERKINS, 1317 Minor Avenue President 

MRS. W. H. WHITE, 1705 Thirteenth Avenue S Vice-President 

MRS. A. K. FISKEN, 1633 Thirty-sixth Avenue Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. IVAN HYLAND, 330 Thirtieth Avenue S Recording Secretary 

MRS. M. A. GOTTSTEIN, 1517 Seventeenth Avenue Executive Secretary 

MRS. CLARENCE H. HOPPER, 3617 E. Mercer Street Treasurer 

458 



WASHINGTON 459 



COLE, MISS LUCY K., director of music Seattle public schools ; instructor 
of music University of Washington; president (two terms) Northwestern 
Music Teachers' Association; president (two terms) Seattle Musical Art 
Society; president Seattle Federation Musical Clubs; state vice-president 
National Federation of Musical Clubs; president International Congress on 
Music Education of N. E. A. (1915 session) ; address 343 Central Building. 

CRAIG, DAVID SCHEETZ, teacher of singing; director Washington Col- 
lege of Music ; choirmaster Foote Memorial M. E. Church ; secretary Seattle 
Clef Club and Seattle Federation of Musical Clubs; publisher "Puget Sound 
Year Book of Music and Musicians; Mrs. David Scheetz Craig (Elizabeth 
Stubbs) ; Res. 1624 East Mercer Street. 

DONLEY, W. H.,* concert organist; recitals in many cities including ex- 
positions in Buffalo and St. Louis; supervising organ architect of over 300 
of the best instruments in America; teacher of organ, piano, singing, and 
theory ; organist and choirmaster First Presbyterian Church ; musical director 
People's Chorus; Mrs. W. H. Donley (Laura Wensley) ; Res. 2437 Broadway. 

DUNKLEY, FERDINAND,* organist First Church of Christ Scientist; 
conductor Choral Art Club; president King County Musical Educators As- 
sociation; vice-president Seattle Clef Club; Mrs. Ferdinand Dunkley (Mar- 
garet Mary Gwyther) ; Res. 1617 Fourteenth Avenue. 

GOTTSTEIN, MRS. ROSE M., singer, executive secretary Ladies' Musical 
Club; manager Artists' Recitals; Res. 1517 Seventeenth Avenue. 

HOMSTED, MISS GRACE FARRINGTON, soprano soloist; teacher of 
singing; address, 702 Fischer Studio Building. 

MC CLURE, LETHA L.,* teacher of public school music ; Residence-studio, 
905 Olympic Way. 

SPARGUR, JOHN M., conductor Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra; concert 
violinist; teacher of violin; Mrs. John M, Spargur (Grace E. Keen) ; Res. 
Sheridan Apartments ; summer address, 233 East Lake Avenue. 

SQUIRE, WALTER, assistant professor of music, University of Washing- 
ton, holding chair of musical theory and director of Piano Department ; Mrs. 
Walter Squire (Carrie Mason) ; Res. 5509 University Boulevard. 

TONNING, GERARD, pianist; lecturer; teacher of piano; composer "All 
in a Garden Fair" (one-act opera), "The White Canoe" (cantata for soprano 
solo, mixed chorus and orchestra), songs, chamber music, "Leif Eriksson" 
(music drama) ; Mrs. Gerard Tonning (Edith Sophronia Kloeber) ; Res. 
1704 East Madison Street. 

WOOD, JAMES ANDERSON,* editor, part owner and publisher The 
Town Crier; chairman Committee on Civic Arts, Seattle Chamber of Com- 
merce; secretary and treasurer Wood & Reber, Inc. (publishers) ; Mrs. James 
Anderson Wood (Tuolumne S. Gooch) ; address, 945 Henry Building. 



460 WASHINGTON 



ZIMMERMAN, FREDERICK WILLIAM,* concert and operatic tenor; 
oratorio ; recital ; director Zimmerman Studio ; school of opera and singing 
in all its branches ; town studio, 603 Eiler Building ; Residence-studio, "Among- 
The Firs," Island Park, East Seattle. 



SPOKANE 

BRILL, LEONARDO, violinist ; teacher of violin ; address, Davenport Hotel. 

BUCKLEY, MRS. ELEANORE OSBORNE, teacher of singing; address, 
Fine Arts Building. 

BUCKLEY, GEORGE, violinist; teacher of violin; address, Fine Arts 
Building. 

DAHL, MISS OLIVIA, teacher of singing ; address, Review Building. 

GENTSCH, MISS AUGUSTA, pianist ; teacher of piano ; address, Fine Arts 
Building. 

LAMBERSON, SAMUEL, pianist; teacher of piano; address, Fine Arts 
Building. 

MILES, FRANK T., teacher of piano (Leschetizky method), organ and 
harmony; organist and choirmaster First M. E. Church, Coeur d'Alene, 
Idaho; composer "Unfolding Faith" (sacred song); Mrs. Frank T. Miles 
(Mary M. Birch) ; studio, 126 Auditorium Building; Res. 615 Waverly Place. 

SERRUYS, MISS MARGUERITE,* singer ; elocutionist ; teacher of singing 
and elocution ; musical editor Spokane Review; Res. 1630 E. Eighth Avenue. 

SHERWOOD, EDGAR C., pianist; teacher of piano; address, Fine Arts 
Building. 



TACOMA 

ORPHEUS CLUB 

JOHN SPARGAR, Musical Director 

Fischer Building, Seattle, Wash. 

FREDERIC MOTTET, Woodstock Apartments Honorary President 

DR. RANDALL S. WILLIAMS, 2909 North Twenty-fifth Street V 'ice-President 

RALPH CUNNINGHAM, 718 North L Street Secretary and Treasurer 

OMAR A. BERRY, 704 South Sprague Librarian 

HERBERT C. FORD, 1105 North Prospect Street Assistant Librarian 



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LADIES' MUSICAL CLUB 

DR. ROBERT L. SCHOFIELD, Musical Director 

1620 Division Avenue 

MRS. FREDERIC W. KEATOR, Rutland Apartments President 

MRS. HARRY B. OPIE, 944 South E. Street Vice-President 

MRS. CHANDLER SLOAN, 1524 North Prospect Street Second Vice-President 

MRS. H. R. MAYBIN, 713 South G. Street Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. H. J. CLOSS, 722 S. Grant Avenue Recording Secretary 

MRS. GEORGE B. BURKE, Rutland Apartments Treasurer 

Miss SARA ANDERSON, 3404 Thirty-first Street Librarian 



SAINT CECILIA CLUB 

MADAME HESSE SPROTE, Musical Director 

Fischer Building, Seattle, Wash. 

MRS. B. B. BROOMELL, 406 South Main Street Honorary President 

MRS. LAWRENCE DEMPSEY, 1220 Division Avenue President 

MRS. A. T. COLLIER, 607 South Tacoma Avenue First Vice-President 

MRS. W. F. GEIGER, 608 North J Street Second Vice-President 

MRS. O. C. WHITNEY, 818 North Adams Street .Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. T. W. LITTLE, 417 North L. Street Recording Secretary 

MRS. H. W. ROBERTS, 512 North J Street. Treasurer 

MRS. C. P. GAMMON, 620 North J Street Librarian 



THULE SWEDISH MALE CHORUS 

PER OLSSON, Musical Director 

952 South E Street 

GUSTAF R. LARSON, 1012 South L Street President 

V. SVENSON, 1012 South L Street Vice-President 

F. FORSLUND, 1406 South Sheridan Street Secretary 

ARTHUR PETERSON, 952 South E. Street Treasurer 



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BLACKMORE, JOHN J., concert pianist; teacher of piano; lecturer; critic 
Music and Musicians (Seattle) ; studio, Sherman & Clay Building. 

BRADSHAW, MISS FRANCES, concert violinist; teacher of violin; 
director of violin department Puget Sound Conservatory of Music, College 
of Puget Sound; address, 5 Temple of Music. 

ROBINSON, MISS KATHERINE, pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 521 
Cushman Avenue, N. 

SCHOFIELD, ROBERT L.,* Mus. Doc., organist ; accompanist ; teacher of 
piano, organ, science of music, and director Puget Sound Conservatory of 
Music; organist and choirmaster First M. E. Church; Mrs. Robert L. Scho- 
field (Elsie Wood) ; Res. 628 S. Anderson Street. 

WEISBACH, ROBERT,* pianist; teacher of piano and harmony; author 
song poems : "June" and "Moonlight" (musical settings by T. Carl Whitmer) ; 
composer "Les Sylvains," "Clair de Lune," "Galatea" and Mazurka (for 
piano) ; Res. 724 S. J Street. 



WEST VIRGINIA 

BARBOURSVILLE 

HIPSHER, EDWARD ELLSWORTH, musical director Morris Harvey 
College; teacher of singing; piano and theory; composer works for piano; 
choral and choir music ; writer for The Etude and The Musician on Musical 
Pedagogics ; address, Morris Harvey College. 



HUNTINGTON 
CHORAL ASSOCIATION 

ALFRED WILEY, Musical Director 
808 Fourth Avenue 

GEORGE D. BRADSHAW, 921 Fourth Avenue President 

DANIEL H. HOLTON, Penn Mutual Insurance Company Treasurer 

MRS. N. D. MALCOLM Manager 

MORGANTOWN 

BLACK, LOUIS,* director school of music West Virginia University ; tenor ; 
teacher of singing; Mrs. Louis Black (Ethel Borden Jenny), pianist; vocal 
coach ; address, 253 McLane Avenue. 

BUTTERFIELD, FREDERIC CURTIS, pianist; head of piano department 
West Virginia University School of Music; address, West Virginia Univer- 
sity. 

WHEELING 

BEETHOVEN SINGING SOCIETY 

EDWARD BLUMENBERG, Musical Director 
84 Virginia Avenue 

Louis RIEDEL, Left Hand Run President 

MARTIN HOHN, 949 Central Avenue Vice-President 

MICHAEL DREBUS, 1817 Woods Street Secretary 

WILLIAM KULSCHMANN, 506 Market Street Treasurer 

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464 WEST VIRGINIA 

BRENNAN, J. H., chairman concert committee University Club ; Res. 1421 
Chapline Street. 

EGERTER, MISS EVLYN,* concert and operatic soprano ; oratorio ; was 
engaged for Boston Opera Company when war was declared; (debut in Paris 
as Ophelia in Hamlet) ; toured during season 1916 under J. Saunders Gordon, 
915 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo.; eastern managers, Foster & David, 500 
Fifth Avenue, New York ; personal address, 24 N. Front Street, Wheeling. 

PAUL, LEE C., director University Club concerts; Res. 1138 Chapline 
Street. 

SULLIVAN, DR. CLARA E.,* music critic Wheeling News; author essays 
on many musical subjects published in magazines and newspapers; Res. 1142 
Eoflf Street. 

WILLIAMS, FLORA ANN AH* (Mrs. Walter Lowrie Williams), concert 
soprano; recitals; oratorio; lecture-recitals (Songs of the British Isles); 
teacher of singing ; choir director First Presbyterian Church ; Res. 730 Main 
Street. 



WISCONSIN 

APPLETON 

EVANS, FREDERICK VANCE,* basso-cantante ; teacher of singing; musi- 
cal director Lawrence Conservatory, and Philharmonic Choral Club; choir- 
master Congregational Church Choir; Mrs. Frederick Vance Evans (Mae 
Catharine Weisbrod) ; Res. 5 Brokau Place. 

BARABOO 

CHORAL UNION 

C. A. MELZL, Musical Director 

BELOIT 
TREBLE CLEF CLUB 

MRS. F. W. WILFORD, 730 Harrison Avenue President 

MRS. R. B. WAY, 718 Church Street Vice-President 

MRS. J. T. SLEEPER, 1464 Hillcrest Avenue Secretary 

MRS. J. B. RICE, 1130 Hubbard Place Treasurer 

SLEEPER, JAMES TAYLOR,* professor of music Beloit College ; organist 
and choirmaster of the College ; teacher of organ ; Res. 1464 Hillcrest Ave- 
nue ; summer address, Belfast, Maine. 

BURLINGTON 
LYCEUM MUSIC CLUB 

MRS. H. B. RASCH President 

MRS. L. J. CRAWFORD V ice-President 

MRS. DONALD DARDIS Secretary 

Miss ELLA SCHNEIDER Treasurer 

FOND DU LAC 

DANA, ALEXANDER G., organist St. Joseph's Catholic Church; Res. 76 
E. Johnson Street. 

FITZ-GERALD, MRS. EDWARD P.,* president Fond du Lac Music Ex- 
tension Society ; pianist ; teacher of piano, harmony, counterpoint and fugue ; 
chairman department of music Wisconsin Federation of Women's Clubs; 
Res. Marquette and Johnson Streets. 

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466 WISCONSIN 



FORT ATKINSON 
MUSIC STUDY CLUB 

MRS. FRANK MACK President 

MRS. C. W. FERRIS V ice-President 

MRS. WILL DIXHEIMER Secretary 

MRS. F. C. EDWARDS Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. GEORGE CASWELL Treasurer 

GREEN BAY 
BRENT, DR. F. M., concert manager; Res. 602 S. Monroe Avenue. 

ENNA, ALEXANDER, singer; teacher of singing; choirmaster First Bap- 
tist Church; musical director Green Bay Choral Union and Green Bay High 
School ; studio, Wilner Building. 

QUICK, GEORGIA HALL, concert pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 912 
Mason Street. 

JANESVILLE 
SCHUMANN CLUB 

Miss LOUISE MERRILL, South Third Street President 

KENOSHA 

SCHUBERT CLUB 

MRS. OSCAR SILBUSCHMIDT President 

SCHROEDER, WILLIAM H., violinist ; teacher of violin ; Mrs. William H. 
Schroeder (Lura Gibbs) ; Res. 687 Exchange Street. 

LA CROSSE 
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY 

PROF. F. W. RAWSTRON, Musical Director 
139 S. Ninth Street 

LEIGH TOLAND, 1623 Main Street President 

O. TOLLEFSON, 1132 State Street Vice-President 

EWALD E. DETERS, 518 S. Fifth Street Secretary and Treasurer 

COTTON, HOMER E., director of music Wisconsin State Normal School; 
address, State Normal School, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 



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MADISON 
ORCHESTRAL ASSOCIATION 

MRS. A. E. PROUDFIT, 113 W. Washington Avenue President 

ARNOLD DRESDEN, 2114 Vilas Street Secretary and Treasurer 

BUEHLER, MISS ELIZABETH, director Wisconsin School of Music; 
address, 433 State Street. 

GELTCH, WALDEMAR VON, director violin department University of 
Wisconsin School of Music ; Mrs. Waldemar von Geltch (Juliet Odenbrett) ; 
address, University of Wisconsin. 

JAEGER, MRS. C. P.,* concert manager, organist and booking agent; Res. 
601 E. Johnson Street. 

MILLS, CHARLES HENRY,* Mus. Doc. (McGill University); director 
School of Music University of Wisconsin; organist; conductor; teacher of 
musical history, theory and composition ; fellow Royal College of Organists ; 
fellow American Guild of Organists; lecturer University of Wisconsin Ex- 
tension Division ; composer "Ode to St. Cecilia" ( for double chorus and or- 
chestra), Concert Overture for Orchestra, "Wreck of the Hesperus," and 
other compositions; Mrs. Charles Henry Mills (Caroline Louise Bell); ad- 
dress, Music Hall, University of Wisconsin. 

WHEELER, FLETCHER, director Madison School of Music; address, 
Madison. 

MANITOWOC 

MONDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

Miss ARLINE TORRISON, Musical Director 
635 N. Sixth Street 

MRS. R. A. RITCHIE, 723 N. Eighth Street President 

MRS. P. R. ROGERS, Seventh and Saint Clair Streets Vice-President 

MRS. C. M. GLEASON, 624 N. Eighth Street Secretary 

Miss EULALIA CROLL, 635 N. Tenth Street Treasurer 

HORSTMIERER, F. F., director School of Arts ; address, Woods Building. 

MILTON 

STRINGER, LEMAN H.,* singer; head vocal department School of Music 
Milton College; director Milton College Glee Club and Chapel Choir; editor 
voice department Wisconsin Music Teacher; Mrs. Leman H. Stringer 
(Ruth Zinn) ; address, Milton College. 



468 WISCONSIN 



MILWAUKEE 
ORCHESTRAL ASSOCIATION 

WILLIAM C. WHITE, Lake Drive President 

HENRY C. SCHRANCK, 53 Biddle Street Vice-President 

R. KOEBNER, 1040 Wells Building Secretary 

GALBRAITH MILLER, JR., 79 Chicago Street Treasurer 



HANDEL CHORUS 

THOMAS BOSTON, Musical Director 
322 Seventeenth Avenue 

H. A. STUART, 342 Seventh Avenue President 

G. L. CARLETON, 591 1 / 2 Sixty-seventh Avenue, West Allis, Wis. . . Vice-President 

Miss LAURA K. HOTZ, 490 Walker Street Secretary 

HENRY BURTZLAFF, 476 Walker Street Treasurer 



LYRIC GLEE CLUB 

ARTHUR DUNHAM, Musical Director 

5806 Rosalie Court, Chicago, 111. 

CLARE C. HOSMER, First National Bank Building President 

WILLIAM T. DARLING, 443 Kenwood Boulevard Vice-President 

JOHN G. ARTUS, 701 Railway Exchange Building Secretary 

ALFRED G. ELLINGSON, First National Bank Building Treasurer 



A CAPELLA CHORUS 

WILLIAM BOEPPLER, Musical Director 
929 Edgecomb Place, Chicago, 111. 

GEORGE H. MOELLER, Sentinel Building President 

WILLIAM T. BUTZKE, 3507 Pabst Avenue Vice-President 

A. F. MACK, 76 Sentinel Building Secretary 

G. E. G. KUECHLE, 123 Wisconsin Street Treasurer 



WISCONSIN 469 



MUSIK VEREIN 

WILLIAM J. KRANTHOEFER, Musical Director 
Lipps Building 

H. C. SCHRANCK, 781 Marshall Street President 

MAX GRIEBSCH, Director German-English Academy V ice-President 

DR. ALFRED N. BAER, Colby- Abbot Building Secretary 

H. A. KOENIG, Watkins Building Treasurer 

AUER, MRS. LOUIS,* president MacDowell Club ; soprano soloist ; trustee 
of the estate of Louis Auer; Res. 448 Wyoming Place; summer address, Lake 
Pewaukee, Wis. 

BOSTON, THOMAS,* concert baritone ; teacher of singing ; author and pub- 
lisher "Foundation of Musical Knowledge Simplified" ; director Thomas Bos- 
ton School of Singing; conductor Handel Chorus and First Baptist Church 
Choir; studio, 403 Grand Avenue; Res. 322 Seventeenth Avenue. 

BRONSON, BERNHARDT,* teacher of singing ; concert baritone ; lecture- 
recitalist; contributor to The Musician; address, Marquette University Con- 
servatory ; Res. 952 Second Street. 

BRUENING, HANS, concert pianist; appearance with Chicago Symphony 
Orchestra (5 times), Kneisel Quartet, etc.; accompanist; teacher of piano; 
director and founder Wisconsin College of Music; Mrs. Hans Bruening 
(Anna Kayser), dramatic soprano; concert; oratorio; teacher of singing; ad- 
dress, 133 Second Street; Res. 221 Fourteenth Street. 

BUELL, ADAMS,* concert pianist ; tours with Scotti, Gerville-Reache, etc. ; 
teacher of piano; pupil of Krause, Berlin; Res. 223 Tenth Street; summer 
address, Delafield, Wis. 

HOFFMAN, ANTONIE (Mrs. Norman Hoffman), pianist; teacher of piano; 
member of faculty Wisconsin Conservatory of Music; Res. Wales, Wis. 

MAC FAYDEN, ALEXANDER, pianist ; teacher of piano ; composer songs : 
"Love Is the Wind," "Inter Nos," "Spring's Singing," "Daybreak," "Birth- 
day Song," "Der Eichwald," "June," "Why I Love," "Bow Down Thine 
Ear, O Lord"; piano: "Concert Etude," "Scherzo," "Romance," "Country 
Dance," "The Swan," "Minuet L'Antico"; Res. 500 Van Buren Street. 

MCLENEGAN, CLARA R. (Mrs. Charles McLenegan), organist and choir 
director St. James P. E. Church ; pianist ; accompanist ; Res. 219 Thirty-fourth 
Street. 

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470 WISCONSIN 



RICE, MISS MARGARET,* secretary to Arthur Shattuck, concert pianist; 
member Board of Directors Milwaukee Orchestral Association ; Milwaukee 
representative Musical Leader (Chicago) ; Res. 325 Oakland Avenue. 

ROBINSON, ANNA R., director Robinson School of Music ; pianist ; teacher 
of piano; Res. 501 Marshall Street. 

SCHENUIT, HARRY FREDERICK, director Schenuit Conservatory of 
Music (faculty including 25 teachers has $2,000 pipe organ) ; organist Grand 
Avenue Congregational Church and Temple B'ne Jeshurum ; composer works 
for piano, violin, choruses and songs ; inventor new zither-piano ; Mrs. Harry 
Frederick Schenuit (Louisa Dambmann) ; Res. 3600 Grand Avenue. 

SCHMAAL, J. ERICH, concert pianist; teacher of piano and singing; leader 
in educational chamber music concerts; studio, 558 Jefferson Street; 637 
Cramer Street. 

SEMMANN, LIBORIUS, pianist; dean Marquette University Conservatory 
of Music ; president Wisconsin Music Teachers' Association ; president of 
Association of Presidents of State Music Teachers' Associations; composer 
(for piano) : "June Night," "Swarming Bees," "Among the Flowers," 
"Scherzo," "Sonatina," "Forest Scenes," "Rondo Joyeuse"; songs, "Cradle 
Song," etc.; Mrs. Liborius Semmann (Luise Damm) ; Res. 752*4 Thirty- 
eighth Street. 

SHATTUCK, ARTHUR, concert pianist; Res. Neenah, Wis. 

STAPLETON, MRS. J. HERBERT, soprano; prominent in musical activ- 
ities ; Res. 691 Farwell Avenue. 

THOMPSON, FRANK OLIN,* concert pianist; recital; teacher of piano; 
director Wisconsin Conservatory of Music; Mrs. Frank Olin Thompson 
(Adele Gardner) ; Res. 1222 Twenty-second Street. 

TILLEMA, RALPH EARL, concert pianist; head piano department State 
Normal School; composer works for piano; Mrs. Ralph E. Tillema (Lola 
Pierson) ; Res. 585 Stowell Avenue. 

VANTINE, LEWIS A., organist First Church of Christ Scientist; teacher 
of organ State Normal School and Wisconsin College of Music; Res. 444 
Oak Street, E. 

ZEITZ, HERMANN A., musical director Milwaukee Musical Society and 
Auditorium Symphony Orchestra; violinist; Res. 610 Hi-Mount Boulevard. 

OSHKOSH 

SHEPARD, CLARENCE EDWARD,* concert organist; recitals; pianist; 
teacher of organ, piano and theory ; head piano department Carroll College 
(Waukesha, Wis.); organist First Congregational Church; address, 80 Mt. 
Vernon Street. 



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PLYMOUTH 

CONOVER, MISS LOUISE A.,* teacher of singing and piano; prominent 
in musical activities. 

PORTAGE 

CHORAL CLUB 

MRS. Russ COPLANTZ, Musical Director 

DAVID BOGUE President 

W. R. DEAKIN Secretary 

RACINE 
LYRIC SINGING SOCIETY 

JESSIE WATER NORTHROP, Musical Director 
205 Sixteenth Street 

HARRY CLEMONS, Commercial Club President 

JOSEPH ZIRBES, 900 Fourteenth Street Vice-P resident 

ALICE L. FELLOWS, 1028 Erie Street Recording Secretary 

HARRIET Cox, 831 College Avenue Treasurer 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT RACINE WOMEN'S CLUB 

MRS. FRED FOSTER, 1512 College Avenue Chairman 

RIPON 

BINTLIFF, MRS. ELIZABETH BATTLE,* pianist; organist; teacher of 
organ and piano ; director School of Music Ripon College ; organist and choir 
director First Congregational Church; lecturer on Aesthetics and "Musical 
Appreciation" ; chairman music department Wisconsin Federation of Women's 
Clubs ; conductor Ripon Choral Club ; Res. 650 Woodside Avenue. 

SHEBOYGAN 

CHORAL UNION 

THEODORE WINKLER, Musical Director 

J. W. LEBERMAN President 

ANDREW GUNDERSON V ice-President 

MILFORD SCHULTE Secretary 

THOMAS WELLS Treasurer 



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MUSIC CLUB 

Miss ZULA ZUFELT, 720 Erie Avenue President 

FRED PATTEN, 702 Ontario Avenue Vice-President 

Miss IDA B. ZUFELT, 720 Erie Avenue Secretary 

D. D. ROWLANDS, 612 St. Clair Avenue Treasurer 

WINKLER, THEODORE,* supervisor of music public schools; conductor 
Choral Union and Concordia Singing Society; teacher of piano and violin; 
Mrs. Theodore Winkler (Julia Mongan) ; Res. 1230 N. Sixth Street. 

ZUFELT, MISS ZULA Z., pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 720 Erie Avenue. 

STEVENS POINT 

TREBLE CLEF CLUB 
ADA J. BAIN President 

WATERTOWN 

EUTERPE CLUB 

Miss MINNIE SPROESSER President 

MRS. HERMAN EBERLE Vice-President 

Miss ELIZABETH HAYHURST Secretary 

Miss ELIZABETH RUESCH Treasurer 

WAUKESHA 

MUSICALE 

i 

MRS. C. F. HAWLEY President 

MRS. F. C. BUCHAN Vice-President 

Miss MEDA NEUBECKER Secretary 

Miss OLIVE DOUGLASS Treasurer 

HAWLEY, MRS. C. F., soprano ; teacher of singing ; president Waukesha 
Music Club ; address, Waukesha, Wis. 



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WAUPUN 

PHILHARMONIC CLUB 

Miss ERNA DICKMANN, Musical Director 

Oshkosh, Wisconsin 

MRS. A. C. SCOTT President 

MRS. J. T. DAVISON V ice-President 

MRS. O. W. HOFFMAN Secretary 

MRS. M. E. FABER Treasurer 

WAUSAU 
TUESDAY MUSICAL CLUB 

Miss MARY HARGER, Musical Director 
603 Franklin Street 

MRS. G. B. HEINEMAN, 916 Fulton Street President 

MRS. P. L. SISSON, 201 Prospect Avenue Vice-President 

MRS. J. W. COATES, 911 Fifth Street Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. WALTER GOGG, 215 Grand Avenue Recording Secretary 

Miss BONITA SHATTO, 627 Hamilton Street Treasurer 



WYOMING 

LARAMIE 

MEEK, MISS EVA, musical director University of Wyoming; singer; 
violinist; teacher of singing and violin; Res. 170 N. Eighth Street. 






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CANADA 

GALGARY (ALBERTA) 
WOMEN'S MUSICAL CLUB 

MRS. ROLAND WINTER, 342 Nineteenth Avenue W Honorary President 

MRS. HERMAN SHARPLES, 5 Flexford House, Twenty-first Avenue W. .President 

MRS. STANLEY O'HARA, 916 Fourteenth Avenue W V ice-President 

MRS. BUTLER, 1538 Buckingham Avenue Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. CHAMBERS, 530 Fifteenth Avenue W Recording Secretary 

MRS. MOORE, 526 Twenty-second Avenue W Treasurer 

BRODER, ANNIE GLEN* (Mrs. Richard Broder), pianist; teacher of 
piano; musical critic Calgary News Telegram; author text book on "Accom- 
paniment" ; Res. 305 Fifth Avenue, E. 

MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, organist and choirmaster Pro- 
Cathedral of the Redeemer ; musical director Bishop Pinkham College ; pianist ; 
singer ; teacher of organ, piano and singing ; composer of church music ; Mrs. 
William Augustus Montgomery (Ethel G. Groom) ; Res. 109 Fourth Ave- 
nue, W. 

OATEN, WILFRID V.,* pianist ; teacher of piano, organ and theory ; musi- 
cal director Mount Royal College Conservatory of Music ; organist and choir- 
master Central Methodist Church; Mrs. Wilfrid V. Oaten (Ruby Lea Gal- 
lagher) ; business address, P. O. Box 486; Res. 2225 Carlton Street. 

RENDALL, J. GORDON W., organist and choirmaster Grace Presbyterian 
Church; baritone; Mrs. J. Gordon W. Rendall (Frances Mary Hands) ; Res. 
1102 Tenth Street, W. 

SMITH, MRS. DUDLEY,* A.R.C.M., leader of string quartet Calgary 
Chamber Music Concerts; (first violin in Symphony Orchestra 1913-14); 
teacher of violin ; address, 1013 Seventeenth Avenue, W. 

SWEET, MISS FREDA,* Canadian Exhibitioner Royal College of Music, 
1912-15 ; concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; Res. 933 Fourteenth Avenue, W. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN M., pianist; teacher of piano; author "Child's First 
Music Book" and articles in "The Ladies' Home Journal," "The Etude," "The 
Musician," etc. ; address, 326 Underwood Block. 

WINTER, MRS. ROLAND,* honorary president Women's Musical Club; 
(manager of Calgary Symphony Orchestra at its inception 1913) ; treasurer 
Chamber Music Concert Series ; address, 342 Nineteenth Avenue, W. 

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HAMILTON 
ELGAR CHOIR 

BRUCE A. CAREY, Conductor 
Hamilton Conservatory of Music 

G. A. P. Powis, 195 Jackson Street W President 

ROBERT B. CHEYNE, 33 St. Clair Avenue Secretary 

A. TOWNLEY HEMMING, Markland Street Treasurer 

G. ROY FEN WICK, 271 McNab Street S Librarian 

ROY MAC INTOSH, Grant Avenue Chairman of Chorus Committee 

ALDOUS, JOHN EDMOND PAUL, pianist; organist; teacher of piano, 
organ and theory ; senior director Hamilton Conservatory of Music ; organist 
Church of the Ascension; composer, light operas, anthems, piano and organ 
pieces; Mrs. John Edmond Paul Aldous (Mary Gordon Allan); Res. 13 
Augusta Street. 

CAREY, BRUCE ANDERSON,* teacher of singing; director Hamilton Con- 
servatory of Music ; conductor Elgar Choir ; president Hamilton Rotary Club ; 
Mrs. Bruce Anderson Carey (Ethel Ann Leitch) ; Res. 219 Charlton Avenue, 
W. ; summer address, Bronte, Ontario. 

HEWLETT, WILLIAM H.,* organist; pianist; accompanist; teacher of 
piano ; organist and choirmaster Centenary Church ; director of music Hamil- 
ton Conservatory of Music; examiner in practical music for the University 
of Toronto ; address, Hamilton Conservatory of Music. 

LANGRILL, MISS MARGARET F., director Forsyth Academy of Music ; 
concert soprano ; teacher of singing ; Res. 229 King Street, W. 

LONDON 

MUSICAL ART SOCIETY 

ALBERT D. JORDAN, Musical Director 

JOHN PRINGLE, Bank of Toronto President 

THOMAS BAKER Vice-President 

LIEUT-COL. WILLIAM M. GARTSHORE Vice-President 

ARTHUR T. LITTLE, care Robinson and Little Secretary 

HARVEY F. SKEY, Bank of British North America Treasurer 

JORDAN, ALBERT D.,* concert organist; teacher of organ; organist and 
choirmaster First Methodist Church; musical director Musical Art Society 
Choir, Symphony Orchestra, and Catholic Choral Society; Mrs. Albert D. 
Jordan (Effie Houghton) ; Res. "The Grange" ; summer address, "The Cabin," 
Forest Nook, Ontario, Canada. 



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MONTREAL 

GAUVIN, J. ALBERT, concert manager (Montreal and Quebec) ; managing 
secretary Quebec Symphony Society ; addresses : 580 St. Catherine Street, W. 
Montreal ; 60 Mountain Hill, Quebec. 

TORONTO 

MENDELSSOHN CHOIR 

(250 Voices with Children's Choir of 200 Voices) 

A. S. VOGT, Musical Director 

> 

Toronto Conservatory of Music 
T. A. REED, 319 Markham Street Secretary 

NATIONAL CHORUS 

(200 Voices) 

ALBERT HAM, Musical Director 
Toronto Conservatory of Music 

E. WODSON, 60 Westminster Avenue Secretary 

ORATORIO SOCIETY 

EDWARD BROOM, Musical Director 
Toronto Conservatory of Music 

PEOPLE'S CHORAL UNION 

H. M. FLETCHER, Conductor 
133 Cottingham Street 

FITCH, MISS EDITH M., teacher of singing Toronto Conservatory of 
Music ; Res. 10 Earl Street. 

FORSYTH, W. O., pianist; teacher of piano; examiner in piano playing 
at the University of Toronto; studio, 15 E. King Street; Res. 393 Palmerston 
Boulevard. 

HESSELBERG, EDOUARD GREGORY,* concert pianist ; teacher of piano ; 
founder and director Hesselberg Studio of Dramatic Art ; only representative 
and exponent of the Russian School of Music in Canada; associate editor 
Elson's Modern Music and Musicians; advisory editor The Art of Music; 
composer "A Russian Suite," "Echoes From Fairyland," ballads ; director of 
music Third Church of Christ Scientist; Mrs. Edouard Gregory Hesselberg 
(Lena Priscilla Shackelford) ; Res. 32 Bloor Street, W. 



478 CANADA 



KUNITS, LUIGI VON,* violin virtuoso; orchestral conductor; head violin 
department Canadian Academy of Music ; editor Canadian Journal of Music; 
conductor Toronto Symphony Band ; leader Academy String Quartet ; 
composer String Quartet in D minor, two violin concertos, many smaller se- 
lections for violin and piano, songs, choruses, etudes, etc. ; Mrs. Luigi von 
Kunits (Harriette J. Gittings) ; Res. 186 Bedford Road. 

MAC GREGOR, DONALD CHADWICK,* concert baritone ; critic Musical 
Canada; choirmaster Victoria Presbyterian Church ; musical Director Victoria 
Choir (60 voices) ; Res. 891 Lansdowne Avenue. 

MORELAND, JOHN CARR, concert baritone ; address, care Miss Langrill, 
229 King Street, W., Hamilton, Canada. 

PARKHURST, EDWIN R., editor and publisher Musical Canada; Res. 14 
Metropolitan Apartments. 

SEMPLE, ARTHUR E., concert flutist ; teacher of flute Hambourg Conser- 
vatory, Toronto College of Music and International Academy of Music; for- 
merly first flutist Toronto Symphony Orchestra; composer songs and church 
music; Mrs. Arthur E. Semple (Kitty Arthus), professional singer and en- 
tertainer. 

VOGT, DR. A. S., conductor Mendelssohn Choir of Toronto; musical 
director Toronto Conservatory of Music; author "Modern Pianoforte Tech- 
nic"; Mrs. A. S. Vogt (Georgia Adelaide McGill) ; Res. 331 Bloor Street, W. 



WINNIPEG 
MEN'S MUSICAL CLUB 

REV. DEAN COOMBES, The Deanery President 

DR. RALPH HORNER, 347 Kennedy Street Vice-President 

R. WATKIN MILLS, 316 Birks Building Vice-President 

JOSEPH M. TEES, 820 Mulvery Avenue Secretary 

F. C. N. KENNEDY, 214 Spence Street Treasurer 

HORNER, RALPH,* Mus. Doc., pianist; tenor; teacher of piano and sing- 
ing; composer "The Belles of Barcelona" (comic opera), "Confucius" (can- 
tata), "Amy Robsart" (grand opera); works for orchestra, songs, chamber 
music, pieces for piano; musical editor Winnipeg Town Topics; conductor 
Homer's Opera Company of Winnipeg ; vice-president Men's Musical Club of 
Winnipeg ; Res. 347 Kennedy Street. 

THOMAS, RHYS, choirmaster Knox Church; teacher of singing Canadian 
Conservatory of Music ; Res. 186 Donald Street. 



SPECIAL MENTION 

ADELPHIA HOTEL,* in the center of the musical and theatrical districts ; 
two squares from Academy of Music, renowned as one of the historic con- 
cert and opera auditoriums of the country ; the hotel located at Chestnut and 
Thirteenth Streets, is next door to Wanamaker's great store ; 400 rooms, 400 
baths; moderate tariff; address, Hotel Adelphia, or David B. Provan, man- 
aging director, Chestnut and Thirteenth Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 

ALBERT, E. J.,* importer and manufacturer of violins; medals awarded at 
Centennial (1876), World's Exposition in New Orleans (1884-1885), Colum- 
bian Exposition, Chicago (1893), Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo (1901) ; 
violins and repairs a specialty; address 124 South Ninth Street, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

BALDWIN PIANO COMPANY, THE,* manufacturers and dealers in 
pianos and player pianos; factories in Cincinnati and Chicago; selling divi- 
sions in Cincinnati, Chicago, New York, Indianapolis, Louisville, St. Louis, 
Denver and San Francisco ; New York office, 665 Fifth Avenue. 

BARCKAOFF, CARL,* builder of organs; house of Barckaoff established 
since 1819) ; many noble instruments manufactured ; address, Basic City, 
Virginia. 

BAUER, JULIUS, & COMPANY,* William Bauer, president; William 
Severin, secretary; manufacturers and dealers in artistic pianos and piano- 
players; address, 305 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

BELLAK'S SONS, JAMES,* pianos, piano-players and Victrolas ; an attrac- 
tive and popular store on Philadelphia's historic thoroughfare; address 1129 
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

BREITKOPF & HARTEL,* music publishers, "Edition Breitkopf," "Ameri- 
can Edition," "Universal Edition"; a favorite publishing house with many 
eminent musicians ; address 22-24 West Thirty-eighth Street, (near Fifth 
Avenue). New York City. 

BRUNO, C., & SON, INC.,* wholesalers of musical instruments and trim- 
mings ; distributors for Victor Talking Machine Company ; address, C. Bruno 
& Son, Inc., 351-353 Fourth Avenue, New York City. 

CABLE COMPANY, THE,* George J. Dowling, president ; H. L. Draper, 
Paul B. Klugh and W. E. Guyles, vice-presidents ; W. L. Eddy, secretary, and 
assistant treasurer; R. J. Cook, assistant secretary; manufacturers of artistic 
pianos, player-pianos, etc. ; offices, 301 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

COLLINGWOOD, JOSEPH, & SONS,* makers and repairers of artists' 
violins, violas, 'cellos and all accessories ; established since 1882 ; many dis- 
tinguished performers have used the Collingwood instruments ; address, Joseph 
Collingwood & Son, Ottumwa, Iowa. 

479 



480 SPECIAL MENTION 

COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY,* manufacturers of the cele- 
brated Columbia Grafonolas; Columbia records by the world's favorite opera 
singers and master instrumentalists; the Columbia records cover the entire 
field, Philip T. Dodge, president; Edward N. Burns and F. J. Warburton, 
vice-presidents ; John Cromelin, General Manager ; C. W. Woddrop, secretary 
and treasurer ; address, Woolworth Building, New York City. 

CONN, LTD., C. G.,* band and orchestra instrument manufacturers and 
dealers ; celebrated for their superior grade of instruments ; factories in Elk- 
hart, Indiana ; agencies in all large cities ; address all correspondence to C. G. 
Conn, Ltd., Elkhart, Ind. 

CORNISH COMPANY, THE,* manufacturers of pianos, organs, phono- 
graphs ; sell direct to consumers ; address Cornish Company, Washington, New 
Jersey. 

CRESSEY & ALLEN,* musical merchandise; pianos, Victor-Victrolas ; 
address, 534 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. 

DITSON COMPANY, OLIVER,* publishers and dealers in musical scores, 
sheet music, musical literature, magazines, and musical instruments ; Charles 
H. Ditson, president; Charles F. Smith, treasurer; Edward W. Briggs, secre- 
tary ; address, 1 50 Tremont Street, Boston, and 8 East Thirty- fourth Street, 
New York City. 

ESTEY PIANO COMPANY,* manufacturers of the celebrated Estey pianos 
and Estey Reed Organs ; John Boulton Simpson, president ; Jacob Gray Estey, 
vice-president ; Julius Harry Estey, treasurer ; J. R. A. Lang, assistant treas- 
urer; A. Dalrymple, secretary; retail salesrooms and executive offices, 12 W. 
Forty-fifth Street, New York City. 

FISCHER, J., & BRO.,* music publishers ("Fischer Edition") and im- 
porters; established 1864; address, 7, 8, 10 and 11 Bible House (Fourth Ave- 
nue and Eighth Street, Astor Place), New York City. 

FLETCHER, VICTOR S.,* dealer in Cremona violins, other old and modern 
instruments, bows, etc. ; address, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

FLOREY BROS.,* makers of superior quality small grand pianos ; A. F. 
Florey, president; H. U. Florey, treasurer and general superintendent; T. J. 
Florey, secretary; F. T. Nutze, sales manager; address, Florey Bros., Wash- 
ington, New Jersey. 

GAMBLE HINGED MUSIC CO.,* W. M. Gamble, president ; publishers of 
music; manufacturers of the Gamble Leaf Hinge; universally demanded by 
professional and amateur musicians ; address 65-67 East Van Buren Street, 
Chicago, 111. 



SPECIAL MENTION 481 

GEMUNDER & SONS, AUGUST,* August Gemunder and Rudolph 
Gemunder, (established in 1846), makers of Gemunder Art violins and bows; 
dealers and experts in old violins; also publishers of The Violin World; 
address, 141 W. Forty-second Street, New York City. 

GRAY, H. W., & COMPANY,* sole agents for Novello & Company, Ltd., 
publishers New Music Review and Church Music Review; address, 2 W. 
Forty-fifth Street, New York City. 

GRUNEWALD, LOUIS, CO., INC.,* agents for Steinway and other high- 
grade pianos, player pianos, organs, phonographs, other musical instruments 
and sheet music ; Theo Grunewald, president ; B. M. Grunewald, vice-president 
and manager; L. W. Kurten, treasurer; F. Schaffter, secretary; address, L. 
Grunewald Co., Inc., 733 Canal Street, New Orleans, La. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM C.,* president, Hamilton Piano Company; busi- 
ness manager, Pittsburgh Festival Association; address, Hamilton Hall, 815- 
817 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

HARDMAN, PECK & COMPANY* (Carl E. Peck, president; Ashley B. 
Cohn, vice-president ; William Dalliba Button, treasurer ; Fred W. Lohr, 
secretary) ; pianos; autotones; address, 433 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

HARMONOLA, THE,* a high-class phonograph that plays any make of 
record without change of equipment ; made in five styles ranging in price from 
$27.50 to $150; unequaled in tone and unexcelled in cabinet craftsmanship; 
The Harmonola Company invites anyone who contemplates the purchase of a 
Talking Machine to have a Harmonola sent for inspection and demonstration ; 
close comparison with any other phonograph is particularly invited ; address, 
161 1 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

HOOK & HASTINGS CO.,* nearly ninety years manufacturers of pipe 
organs for churches, schools, residences, studios and music rooms; builders 
of highest grade only ; high financial and commercial standing ; international 
reputation ; address, Kendal Green, Mass. 

KIMBALL COMPANY, W. W.,* manufacturers of pianos, player-pianos 
and organs; firm established by William Wallace Kimball in 1857; address, 
Kimball Hall, 300-310 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

KNABE & COMPANY, WILLIAM,* Baltimore, Washington and New 
York ; pianos and victrolas ; address, 605 Thirteenth Street, Washington, D. C., 
and 439 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

KRAKAUER BROS.,* manufacturers of artistic grand, upright and player- 
pianos ; established 1869 ; ware rooms, 125 W. Forty-second Street ; factory, 
East One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Street and Cypress Avenue, New York 
City. 



482 SPECIAL MENTION 

LESTER PIANO COMPANY,* manufacturers of upright pianos, player- 
pianos and grand pianos ; E. G. Hays, president ; G. L. Miller, vice-president ; 
George Miller, treasurer ; John Miller, assistant treasurer ; Henry Miller, secre- 
tary ; endorsement includes such artists as Olive Fremstad, Alfred Hertz, Mar- 
garete Ober, Franz Kneisel, Bella Alten, Gwilym Miles, Alice Nielsen, Um- 
berto Sorrentino, Lillian Blauvelt, Guiseppe Campanari, Charlotte Maconda, 
Florence Hinkle, etc. ; address, 1306 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

LUCKHARDT & BELDER,* music publishers and dealers, foreign and 
domestic ; extensive catalogues for male, women's, sacred and mixed choruses ; 
address, 36 W. Fortieth Street, New York City. 

LYON & HEALY,* manufacturers and dealers in pianos and harps ; also 
dealers in small instruments and sheet music ; address, Wabash Avenue and 
Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

MASON & HAMLIN CO.,* manufacturers of pianos of the highest artistic 
excellence ; many renowned artists use the Mason & Hamlin instruments ; fac- 
tories at Cambridge, Mass. ; general offices and warerooms, 492-494 Boylston 
Street, Boston, Mass. ; New York offices and warerooms, 313 Fifth Avenue. 

MILLER COMPANY, EDWARD W.* (William C. Wetherill, owner); 
publishers Christian Harmony Hymn Books, text books and church music; 
address, 814 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

MUSICIANS' SUPPLY CO.,* importers and manufacturers of musical in- 
struments and music ; address, 218 Tremont Street and 60 Lagrange Street, 
Boston, Mass. 

PRESSER, THEODORE, publisher The Etude; address, 1712 Chestnut 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

QUINCKE & CO., W. A.,* publishers of popular, standard, octavo, band 
and orchestra music ; address, 401 Majestic Theatre Building, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

RETTBERG & LANGE,* manufacturers of "Orpheum" banjos for audi- 
torium use; best quality cases and strings; selected banjo heads stretched and 
waterproofed ; also makers of Manhattan banjos and Banjo-Mandolins ; factory 
and sales rooms, 225-227 E. Twenty-fourth Street, New York City. 

RICORDI COMPANY, G.,* music publishers and dealers ; many rare operatic 
scores and modern publications; address, 14 E. Forty-third Street, New York 
City. 



SPECIAL MENTION 483 

ROOSMALEN, JAN VAN, manager old violin department The Rudolph 
Wurlitzer Company; violin expert; founder and partner of the house K. 
van der Meer & Van Roosmalen, violin and bow makers, Amsterdam, Hol- 
land; formerly head Old- Violin department R. S. Williams & Sons Com- 
pany (Toronto, Canada) ; director Canadian Journal of Music (Toronto) ; 
address, Care Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, 115 W. Fortieth Street, New 
York City. 

ROSSITER, WILL,* The Chicago Publisher, publisher of sheet music; 
address, 71 W. Randolph Street, Chicago, 111. 

SCHIRMER, G., INC.,* Rudolph E. Schirmer, president; publishers and 
dealers of musical scores, sheet music, musical literature and musical maga- 
zines; address, 3 E. Forty-third Street, New York City. 

SCHMIDT, ARTHUR P.,* music publisher; Schmidt's Educational Series; 
sole agent for "The Litolff Edition"; address, 8 W. Fortieth Street, New 
York City. 

SHERMAN & CLAY, Steinway agency for the Pacific Coast; dealers in 
sheet music and musical instruments; distributing agents for Victor Talking 
Machines and Victrolas; address, Sutter and Kearney Street, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

STEGER & SONS,* manufacturers of Steger Natural Player-Pianos ; East- 
ern representatives, victrolas, records, etc. ; display rooms, 741 Broad Street, 
Newark, N. J. 

STEINWAY & SONS,* piano manufacturers and dealers; celebrated for 
their artistic instruments; eloquent endorsements from world-famous artists; 
general offices and sales rooms, 107-109 E. Fourteenth Street, New York 
City. 

ST. GEORGE, HOTEL* (Brooklyn Heights), one of the largest family 
hotels in Greater New York ; 500 baths ; suites of two, three and four rooms ; 
moderate tariff ; European plan ; thirty minutes from the Metropolitan Opera 
House and Aeolian Hall ; hotel located on exclusive Brooklyn Heights, three 
minutes from Brooklyn Bridge; address, Hotel St. George, Clark Street, 
Brooklyn Heights, New York. 

SUMMY, COMPANY CLAYTON F.,* music publishers; address, 64 East 
Van Buren Street, Chicago, 111. 

TINDALE CABINET COMPANY,* John L. Tindale, president; Charles 
A. Ditson, vice-president ; George S. Morrisey, secretary ; manufacturers and 
distributers of Tindale Music Filing Cabinets; every purchaser of a Tindale 
Cabinet becomes an enthusiastic advocate of this complete and handsome 
piece of furniture; write for a copy of the pictorial catalogue; address, 8 
E. Thirty-fourth Street, New York City. 



484 SPECIAL MENTION 

VAN HORN & SON,* prominent in musical and theatrical circles as de- 
signers and manufacturers of costumes for the opera and theatre ; address, 
919-921 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WAGNER & GEORGE,* violin makers and repairers ; address, 1000 Stein- 
way Hall, 'Chicago, 111. 

WEAVER ORGAN & PIANO CO., INC.,* M. B. Gibson, president; Charles 
F. Baer, vice-president ; W. S. Bond, secretary and treasurer ; manufacturers 
of the Weaver pianos, York pianos and Livingston pianos; address, Weaver 
Organ and Piano Co., Inc., York, Pa. 

WEYMANN & SON, H. A., INC.,* manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers 
of the famous Keystone State Musical Instruments, Weymann pianos and 
player pianos; direct factory distributors for victrolas and victor records; 
classical, popular and operatic sheet music; address, 1108 Chestnut Street, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

WISSNER, OTTO, INC.,* manufacturers and dealers of artistic pianos, 
piano players, and agents for victrolas; Wissner factory in Brooklyn, New 
York; main offices and salesrooms, 55 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, New 
York ; warerooms in Newark, N. J., and Bridgeport, Conn., Jersey City, N. J., 
and 53 East Thirty-fourth Street, New York City. 

WITT, W. H., MUSIC COMPANY,* publishers of classical and ballad music ; 
address, W. H. Witt Music Company, Jenkins Arcade Building, 110 Fifth 
Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



ADDENDA 



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ADDENDA 

AUSTIN, BERTRAND, 'cellist ; Res. 4956 Rubicam Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

CLEF CLUB OF SEATTLE 
(Seattle, Wash.) 

ORRIL V. STAPP President 

FERDINAND DUNKLEY, 1617 Fourteenth Avenue V ice-President 

JUDSON WALDO MATHER Secretary and Treasurer 

(These are the latest returns, received after book proper had gone to press.) 

BOURG, GIACOMO,* concert and opera baritone ; director Gains Bourg 
Opera School ; artist pupils include Enrico Arensoni, tenor Chicago Opera 
Company ; Lydia Lindgren, soprano Chicago Opera Company ; Bernardo 
Olschansky, baritone Boston Opera Company; Max Salzinger, baritone 
Montreal Opera Company; Henry Parsons, concert tenor; Leola Lucy, 
opera prima donna ; Paul Sharron, opera tenor ; Max Freedman, leading 
tenor Buda Pesth Opera; Alfredo Burnetti, tenor Berlin Royal Opera; 
address, 150 W. Fifty-seventh Street. 

CARMEN PRODUCING COMPANY,* under personal direction of Giuseppe 
Creatore ; Frank Gerth, general manager ; address, 1482 Broadway, New 
York City, N. Y. 

CRAIG MUSICAL BUREAU, 302 Fischer Studio Building, Seattle, Wash. 

DORVALLE, HORTENSE,* dramatic soprano; appearances in opera; 
principal roles in Giaconda, Aida, Trovatore, Cavalleria Rusticana, Tosca 
and Ballo in Maschera; toured Porto Rico in grand opera; appearances 
with leading symphony orchestras ; Res. 108 E. Seventeenth Street, New 
York City, N. Y. 

DREYFUS, ESTELLE HEARTT* (Mrs. Louis Ernest Dreyfus), concert 
contralto; recital; teacher of singing; celebrated in California as a specialist 
in planning Club Programs, her name for them being "Purpose Programs" ; 
studio, 801-802 Majestic Theatre Building, Los Angeles; Res. 109 The 
Bryson Apartments, Los Angeles, California. 

FRINGS-SEVERINA, MRS. OLGA,* concert 'cellist; ensemble; pianist; 
teacher of piano and 'cello ; temporary address, 402 Cedar Avenue, Niagara 
Falls, New York ; New York City address, 850 E. One Hundred and Sixty- 
first Street, care Professor Charles Gries ; summer address, Musicolony, 
Westerly, Rhode Island. 

GRAF, MISS GRACE, concert 'cellist ; recital ; teacher of 'cello ; Res. Had- 
donfield, N. J. 

GRAFE, MISS ALMA C., violinist; Res. 5143 Wakefield Street, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

HAZEL, LOUISE STERRETT,* concert soprano ; oratorio ; recital ; appear- 
ances with Hayden Club, Fellowship Club, etc.; teacher of voice and piano; 
Res. 5406 Chester Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 

HILL, MABEL WOOD,* composer of "Vagabondia" Songs, "The Lark," 
"The Largess," "The Hills of Dream," "Voices," also compositions for string 
quartets and choruses; Res. 257 W. Eighty-sixth Street, New York City, 
N. Y. 

487 



488 ADDENDA 



LUDLAM, MISS HELEN, pianist ; accompanist ; Res. 3710 N. Nineteenth 
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

MASONIC CHOIR OF WATERBURY 
(Waterbury, Conn.) 

JOHN HOPKINS, 18 Cliff Street President 

THOMAS BAKER Vice-President 

WILLIAM D. PIERSON, 9 Cottage Place Secretary 

WILLIAM M. GILLETTE Treasurer 

MENDEZ-CAPOTE, MISS SARAH,* prominent in musical activities in 
Havana; Res. Fifteenth and B Streets, Vedado, Havana, Cuba. 

MORSE, WORT S., professor of violin and musical director of orchestra at 
University of Kansas (Lawrence) ; address, 415 Studio Building, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

THOMAS, MISS HAZEL F.,* contralto; teacher of singing; graduate 
Crane Normal Institute of Music, Potsdam, N. Y. ; supervisor of music Public 
Schools, Fulton, N. Y. ; Res. Utica. 

TIFFANY, MISS MARIE B.,* soprano Metropolitan Opera Company ; con- 
cert; recital; formerly soloist Pasadena (California) Presbyterian Church, and 
prominent as concert artist in the West; address, Metropolitan Opera Com- 
pany, 1425 Broadway; Res. Hotel St. James, 109 W. Forty-fifth Street. 

TRIMMER, SAM,* concert pianist; successful appearances throughout 
the United States ; Res. Hotel Grenoble ; business address, care Knabe 
Piano Company, 439 Fifth Avenue, New York City, N. Y. 

UNDERWOOD, REV. FRANCIS, musical director Belmont College; 
Diocesan director of church music; organist and choirmaster Belmont 
Cathedral Catholic Church (this is the Church of Rt. Rev. Leo. Haid, 
Bishop of North Carolina) choir of church members, 45 men and boys, 
and orchestra of 15; teacher of voice, piano and pipe organ; address, Bel- 
mont Abbey College, Belmont, North Carolina. 

VANDERSLOOT, JOHN, basso soloist St. Paul's Church, Overbrook, Pa. ; 
pupil of Frederic Peakes; Res. 5829 Hazel Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WESTERNHAGEN, THILO VON,* pianist; teacher of piano; Res. 1927 
Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WORCESTER ORATORIO SOCIETY 

(Worcester, Mass.) 

J. VERNON BUTLER, Conductor 

10 Charlotte Street 

CHESTER T. PORTER President 

S. W. WILEY Vice-President 

J. HARVEY CURTIS, Mechanics Hall Secretary 

W. VIRGIL SPAULDING Treasurer 





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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Adelphia Hotel 28 

Albert Teachers' Agency 30 

Allen, Julia 10 

Alves, Mrs. Carl 14 

American Institute of Applied Music. . . 16 

Anderson, Marjorie 34 

Anderton, Margaret 16 

Arimondi's School of Bel Canto 31 

Artists Registry and Exchange 37 

Bagnell, Ruth Lee 34 

Baker, Elsie 7 

Balas, Clarice 21 

Baldwin, Adele Laeis 33 

Barrett, Mary 25 

Barrie, Elizabeth 24 

Barstow, Vera 3 

Bauer, Marion 8 

Baugher, Edna Harwood 33 

Beach, Jennie Thatcher 29 

Beardsley, Miltonella 10 

Beebe, Carolyn 4 

Behrens, Cecile M 5 

Bell, Margaret Ward 39 

Benneche, Frida 11 

Berlitz School of Languages 12 

Berretta, Maybelle Zenobia 22 

Betty Lee Bureau of Lyceum Enter- 
tainers 37 

Bigelow, Dorothy 41 

Bimboni, Alberto 2 

Bispham, David 10 

Blackman, Lewis R 29 

Blanchard, Octave 8 

Blankin, G. Lester 24 

Blauvelt, Bula Caswell 21 

Bohrer, William C 36 

Boice, Mrs. Henry Smock 36 

Boice, Susan S 36 

Bollman, Maude Fenlon 30 

Bond, Carrie Jacobs, & Son 37 

Boone, James 12 

Bourg, Giacomo 40 

Bradley, Lillian 39 

Brady, William S 9 

Brazelton, Edgar A 30 

Brodbeck, Viola 23 

Browne, J. Lewis 30 

Buchanan, Helen 22 

Buzzi-Peccia, A 10 

Campbell, Craig 13 

Campbell, Gordon 29 



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Cannon, Flora 36 

Carl, Dr. William C IS 

Chalmers, Donald 43 

Chapman, Margaret 10 

Charlier, Marcel 6 

Charmbury, Walter 36 

Chicago Piano College 30 

Christian, Palmer 29 

Cochran, Eleanore 15 

Columbia Graphophone Company, 

(Opp. Alabama, page 4 of book proper) 

Connell, Horatio 13 

Conway, Patrick, and his Band 12 

Cook, Elsa Lyons 22 

Cornman, F. Willard, Jr 24 

Cosmopolitan School of Music and 

Dramatic Art 29 

Cowen, Gertrude F 2 

Coxe, Calvin 14 

Craft, Marcella 42 

Crane Normal Institute of Music 6 

Criterion Musical Bureau 12 

Cropper, Dorothy Norman 21 

Curtis, Vera 11 

David, Annie Louise 42 

Day, Louise 37 

Dercum, Susanna 23 

Deslys, M. Leonard A 23 

De Vere, Clementine 27 

Dickson, Elizabeth 27 

Doane, John 30 

Dohmen, Gertrude A 29 

Donahue, Lester 7 

Dooner, Albert J 20 

Dorvalle, Hortense 42 

Dostal, George A 5 

Dougherty, Alton K 20 

Dufau, Jenny 7 

Dufft, Carl 10 

Dubinsky, David 26 

Dubinsky, Vladimir 14 

Eames, Henry Purmort 29 

Edel, Jane C 20 

Ellerman, Amy 16 

Ernes, George E. 20 

Eshleman, Celeste 41 

Fabri, Ludwig Schmitt 33 

Fabri Opera School 33 

Fair, Rex Elton , . 34 

Farley, May 22 



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Fischer, Adelaide 7 

Fish-Griffin, Minnie 30 

Fisk Teachers' Agency 30 

Folsom, Lucille 14 

Foster, Harriet 16 

Freund, Edward J 31 

Frothingham, John W., Inc 19 

Frysinger, J. Frank 34 

Fuller Studio Building 28 

Gale, Florence E 14 

Gandell, Shirley 29 

Gannon, Rose Lutiger 31 

Garber, Jacob 28 

Gere, Florence Parr 4 

Gilberte, Hallett 14 

Gillespie, Lilian Brechemin 14 

Giorni, Aurelio 26 

Godshalk, Belle 20 

Goodwin, Hugo 30 

Goold, Edith Chapman 8 

Cranberry Piano School 6 

Greene, Caia Aarup 42 

Greene, Herbert Wilber 42 

Griffin, David 20 

Griffin, Minnie Fish 30 

Griffith, Yeatman 3 

Groff-Bryant, Anna 31 

Gurney, Henry B 20 

Hackett, Madame St. Leger 10 

Hannigan Musical Bureau 42 

Harris, George, Jr 8 

Harvard, Sue 16 

Hassler-Fox, Regina 4 

Haughton, Augustine 28 

Hazel, Louise Sterrett 36 

Heink, Felix 39 

Heinrich, Julia 2 

Herschmann, Arthur 17 

Hewett, Kate Jordan 31 

Hill, Mabel Wood 40 

Hinshaw, William Wade 5 

Hodkinson, Emma W 14 

Hof heimer, Grace M 14 

Hotz, Mae 9 

Ho well, Mrs. Hampton P 6 

Hoxie, W. Palmer 27 

Hubbard, Blanche V 35 

Jeffrey, Helen 33 

Jensen Studio 28 

Johnson, Elma Carey 22 



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Jolls, John Myron 20 

Jones, Mrs. Will Owen 34 

Jordan, Mary IS 

Joyce, Clara Yocum 35 

Kaufmann, Minna 11 

Keely, Abbie R 35 

Kline, Olive 2 

Knapp, William H 29 

Kneisel Quartet 13 

Kraft-Baroni, Alice 16 

Krueger, Adele 8 

Kiirsteiner, Jean Paul 16 

Kurt, Melanie 2 

Lada 19 

La Forge, Frank 17 

Langston, Marie Stone 26 

Le Baron, Louise 34 

Le Fontenay, Odette 14 

Leman, J. W. F 27 

Lewars, Ralph P 26 

London, Marion 12 

Loughney, Marie 24 

Lund, Charlotte 8 

Lyons, Gertrude 21 

Macbeth, Florence 3 

Machin, Lillie 10 

Maclean School, Inc 31 

Mahon, Edith 20 

Mannes, David and Clara 1 

Marshall, Margaret Marie 26 

Matinee Musical Club 25 

McCulloh, Josephine 41 

McMillan, Florence 14 

Melody Blocks 18 

Melville, Marguerite 4 

Mihr-Hardy, Caroline 3 

Miller, Chester 26 

Miller, Charles H 34 

Miller, Christine 9 

Miller, E. Presson 16 

Miller, Edward W., Company 26 

Miller, John B 43 

Miller, Reed 16 

Mishkin 19 

Mittell, Philip 14 

Morley, Francke Cullis 27 

Murphy, Ella La Forge 31 

Muschamp, Stanley 20 

Musical Blue Book of America 2 

Musical Leader 32 

Musical Monitor (After Addenda) 45 



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Musical Observer (After Addenda) 46 

Musicians' Supply Company 21 

Newkirk, Lillian Sherwood 6 

Niessen-Stone, Matja von 10 

Niethammer, Ethel Barbara 24 

Noar, Adelina Patti 35 

Oglesby, Frank 20 

Oliver, Mary Lindsay 38 

O'Niel, Ronald 23 

Parsons, Albert Ross 14 

Patterson, Elizabeth Kelso 14 

Peakes, Frederick 20 

Pelton- Jones, Frances 15 

Peterson, Edna Gunnar 30 

Pettee, Katherine 36 

Pettis, Carrie W 34 

Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 27 

Philadelphia School of Musical Art 26 

Philharmonic String Quartet, The 43 

Pilcher, Ruth L 34 

Piper, Grace Welsh 20 

Plasschaert, Camille 33 

Poland, Bernard William 26 

Polak, Emil J 40 

Pontius, W. Le Roy 24 

Redding, Donald 25 

Regneas, Joseph 6 

Reynolds, Clarence 33 

Rich, Thaddeus 20 

Riheldaffer, Grace Hall 33 

Rolla, Kate 13 

Rothermel, George 22 

Rothier, Leon 11 

Rothwell, Walter Henry 11 

Royall, Mrs. C. Howard 41 

Russell, Estelle L 30 

Saenger, Oscar 17 

Sawyer, Antonia, Inc 9 

Schmolze, Susan Lear 24 

Schuster, Katherine A 31 

Seagle, Oscar 13 

Segal, Vivienne 24 

Severn, Edmund and Minna 27 

Seymour, Arthur Lockhart 22 

Sharp-Herdien, Mabel 30 

Shaw, W. Warren.... (After Addenda) 47 

Silber, Sidney 34 

Slade, Louise Harrison 30 

Smissaert, Cornelia 16 



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Smith, Ethelynde 43 

Smith, Lura Schuler 34 

Sousa, John Philip, and his Band 21 

Sovereign, Alice 4 

Spalding, Albert 1 

Speke-Seeley, Henrietta 14 

Spiering, Theodore 8 

Spooner, Philip 11 

St. George Hotel 27 

Stad, Ben 22 

Starr, Evelyn 36 

Steckelberg, Carl Frederic 34 

Steinway & Sons 44 

Stephens, Percy Rector 14 

Stevenson, Lucille 29 

Stout, Lilian Mary 30 

Sweet, Louise Harper 10 

Symphony Society of New York 1 

Thatcher, Burton 43 

Thompson, Ann 43 

Tiffany, Marie B 40 

Tindale Cabinet Company 44 

Torrens, L. A. 43 

Trimmer, Sam 40 

Trio of the Garden 36 

Tucker, Sophie 12 

Turtle, Owen 43 

Upton, Vera Augusta 34 

Vail, Louise Underwood 20 

Van Der Veer, Nevada 16 

Van DVesser, Marcia 4 

Van Horn & Son 37 

Van Vliet, Cornelius 19 

Veryl, Marian 8 

Vilim American School of Violin 38 

Violinist, The 38 

Von Doenhoff, Albert 33 

Von Doenhoff, Helen 33 

Von Hammer, Wilhelm Carl 33 

Wachtmeister, Axel Raoul 40 

Westel, Charles 20 

Westernhagen, T. von 37 

Wheatley, Walter 34 

Whedon, Charlotte 34 

Wheeler, Edna Anna 17 

Wheeler, William 7 

Williams, Dr. Carver 29 

Winton & Livingston 7 

Yden, Astrid 7 

Zumwinkle, Louise 34 



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